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miser

  

      vt  
  [+une somme]  
to stake, to bet  
miser sur        [+cheval, numéro]   to bet on  
on ne peut pas miser là-dessus      we can't bank on it  
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See also:

mis, Mis, mis en examen, misère

miser v.
bet

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
exp.
to bet on
exp.
to bet on red
exp.
to be counting on growth
exp.
we can't bank on it
exp.
well turned out
exp.
well dressed
adj.
hindered ; hampered ; thwarted
adj.
bolded
[Comp.]
adj.
half-masted ; lowered to half-mast
adj.
implemented
n.
setting
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'miser' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
exp.
miser sur un cheval
exp.
miser sur le gagnant
[Lit.]
exp.
miser sa réputation sur qch
exp.
miser de l'argent sur un cheval
v.
miser (vt.) ; escompter (+inf.) (vt.)
[Bus.]
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"miser": examples and translations in context
Tu peux miser ta vie là-dessus. You can bet your life on that.
Avez-vous le courage de miser votre chemise? Do you have what it takes to bet on your hand and go all in?
On doit donc miser beaucoup plus sur la reconstruction et le développement. We have to rely much more, therefore, on reconstruction and development.
Parole On reste dans la partie mais sans miser ou relancer. Check Stay in the hand but do not bet or raise.
Tu peux pas miser... ces chips, elles font 5 dollars chacune. You cannot bet... those are blue corn chips, they're $5 each.
M. Bingley, vous devez miser. Mr Bingley, you must bet.
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