gambled, past participle; gambled, past tense; gambling, present participle; gambles, 3rd person singular present;
Play games of chance for money; bet
she was fond of gambling on cards and horses
Bet (a sum of money) in such a way
he was gambling every penny he had on the spin of a wheel
Take risky action in the hope of a desired result
the British could only gamble that something would turn up
An act of gambling; an enterprise undertaken or attempted with a risk of loss and a chance of profit or success
money that is risked for possible monetary gain
take a risk in the hope of a favorable outcome; "When you buy these stocks you are gambling"
play games for money
a risky act or venture
(gambling) the act of playing for stakes in the hope of winning (including the payment of a price for a chance to win a prize); "his gambling cost him a fortune"; "there was heavy play at the blackjack table"
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The Gamble is a 1916 American silent short drama film written and directed by Thomas Ricketts. Set on a farm, the film stars Harold Lockwood and May Allison.
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Gambling is the of money or something of material value (referred to as "the stakes") on an event with an uncertain outcome with the primary intent of winning additional money and/or material goods. Typically, the outcome of the wager is evident within a short period.
A significant risk, undertaken with a potential gain; A risky venture; To take a risk, with the potential of a positive outcome; To play risky games, especially casino games, for monetary gain; To risk (something) for potential gain
(gambling) An activity characterised by a balance between winning and losing that is governed by a mixture of skill and chance
(Gambling) To unlawfully bet or wager money or something else of value; assist, promote, or operate a game of chance for money or some other stake; possess or transmit wagering information; manufacture, sell, purchase, possess, or transport gambling equipment, devices, or goods; or tamper with ...
(GAMBLING) Wagering money with the intention of profiting more often than not.
(Gambling) To bet money on the outcome of a game of chance.
(GAMBLING) Risking money that will win or lose depending on the outcome of the event wagered on.
(GAMBLING) The act of risking or giving something of value for the opportunity to obtain a benefit from a game or contest of chance or skill. ARS 13-3301.
(Gambling) May contain games that are played for money (real or simulated).
(Gambling) Playing any game of skill or chance for money or anythingof value.
(Gambling) Promoting, permitting, or engaging in illegal gambling.
(Gambling) Putting money in an investment with a negative expected return. Some claim that investing in capital markets is gambling; Northstar disagrees. Capital markets offer a positive expected return. ...
(Gambling) Risking money against the casino or a game for a desired outcome.
(Gambling) The AG opposes gambling, believing that it is a disregard of responsible stewardship, involves a chance of gain at the expense and suffering of others, is inconsistent with the work ethic of scripture, and tends to be habit forming.^
(Gambling) The creation of a situation where there is a chance of either loss or gain. This is the opposite of insurance, which either eliminates or reduces the risk of loss and presents no chance of gain.
(Gambling) frowned upon in Jewish law and considered a form of theft. Professional gamblers were disqualified from serving as witnesses or judges in court. Playing dice and betting on pigeons were specifically denounced by the rabbis. ...