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stake

  
      n  
   (=post)   pieu    m  
     (BETTING)   enjeu    m     
→ ... poker games with stakes of many hundreds of dollars.        
   (=investment)  
to have a stake in sth        [+company, country]   avoir des intérêts (en jeu) dans qch  
   (=be interested)   être concerné (e)   par qch  
A husband naturally has a stake in his wife's career.      Un mari est tout naturellement concerné par la carrière de sa femme.  
   (=risk)  
at stake      en jeu  
→ There's a great deal of money at stake.        
to be at stake      être en jeu  
      vt  
   (=risk)  
  [+sum of money]  
miser  
  [+reputation, life]  
mettre en jeu  
→ Large sums were staked on the outcome.        
→ One punter staked £28,000 on Chelsea winning the competition        
→ I think she's a good swimmer but I wouldn't stake my life on it.        
        stake out   
  [+area]  
délimiter  
→ She staked out a small plot in which to grow potatoes.        
   to stake a claim to sth      revendiquer qch  
→ Each group had staked its claim to its own territory.        
   stakes  
      npl     (in risky action)    enjeux    mpl     
→ For Mr Blair the political stakes could hardly have been higher.        
to raise the stakes      faire monter les enchères  
→ By arresting the organization's leader, the government have now raised the stakes.        
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
v.
jalonner (vt.) ; financer (vt.)
[Bus.]
n.
participation
[Bus.]
n.
intérêt ; pieu
adv.
en jeu ; en danger
adv.
1) en jeu, 2) en danger
v.
acheter la participation
[Bus.]
n.
participation
[Bus.]
pr. part
achetant la participation
[Bus.]
n.
participation au capital
[Bus.]
n.
participation minoritaire
[Bus.]
exp.
participation à la propriété
n.
participation majoritaire
[Bus.]
pr. part
ayant des intérêts
[Bus.]
n.
question en jeu
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'stake' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
n.
stake
n.
stake
[Bus.]
v.
stake out
exp.
the stake
n.
stake ; issue
[Bus.]
v.
stake everything
n.
stake ; beanpole
n.
majority stake
[Bus.]
n.
controlling stake
[Bus.]
v.
be at stake
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