Gambling

Word GAMBLING
Character 8
Hyphenation gambling
Pronunciations /ˈɡæm.blɪŋ/

Definitions and meanings of "Gambling"

What do we mean by gambling?

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.

To interact with equipment at a casino

The surest way of getting nothing from something. Urban Dictionary

When your not sure if you have to fart or shit and you take the chance any way thats what gambling is all about Urban Dictionary

Giving money to native americans. Urban Dictionary

V., intransitive A quick way to riches and power. It's a sure thing. Urban Dictionary

The act of masturbating. the reference is to the hand gesture made to imply masturbation, which greatly resembles the shaking of dice. Urban Dictionary

To intentionally destroy something for personal financial gain. Urban Dictionary

1. An improvident activity in which winning gleefully proceeds losing. 2. The saddled process of chasing one's loses or blowing one's winnings. 3. Chinese finger cuffs. 4. An insatiable itch erroneously believed to be satisfied by scratching. 5. The willingness to ask Chance for Certainty. Urban Dictionary

To run across a road at a fast pace without looking to see if there are any vehicles moving towards you in the hope of not getting hit by uncoming traffic. It was created in the late 90s/early 00s by Mark Mc Legend and some wigger. Urban Dictionary

Gambling is the wagering of money or something of value (referred to as "the stakes") on an event with an uncertain outcome, with the primary intent of winning money or material goods. Gambling thus requires three elements to be present: consideration (an amount wagered), risk (chance), and a prize.The outcome of the wager is often immediate, such as a single roll of dice, a spin of a roulette wheel, or a horse crossing the finish line, but longer time frames are also common, allowing wagers on the outcome of a future sports contest or even an entire sports season. Urban Dictionary

Just a way to get ahead. Urban Dictionary

Synonyms and Antonyms for Gambling

The word "gambling" in example sentences

Estrada, who spent much of his term gambling and carousing, was a roguish former movie star who most Filipinos believe disgraced his office and their nation. ❋ Unknown (2008)

The most money one can legally win gambling is three dollars. ❋ Unknown (2002)

Nevada casinos won almost $6.9 million on this year's as bettors wagered $82.7 million on the title gambling regulators said Tuesday. ❋ Unknown (2010)

It appears that the term gambling is used generally within the state to refer to any activity relative to wagering, while the term gaming is used in all official references. ❋ Unknown (1984)

They won't tell us what they are, but there's been a lot of speculation they will find that there has been excessive speculation which I call gambling in the energy markets, and they're thinking about new kinds of limits. ❋ Unknown (2009)

While relating the habits and customs of the Gualala, whose homes were near Fort Ross, he describes what he calls the gambling game of "_wi_ and _tep_" and says that one description with slight variations will answer for nearly all the tribes of central and southern California. ❋ Andrew McFarland Davis (N/A)

He could not bear what he called gambling "Never touch stocks, Loudon," he would say; "nothing but legitimate business." ❋ Unknown (1898)

The word "gambling" is highlighted, and if you click on it you will be redirected to a page which discusses "pathological gambling." ❋ Unknown (2009)

And he's shocked, shocked to learn that gambling is ... er, that Lucky Strike is leaving SCDP. ❋ William Bradley (2010)

Wall Street will set up its casino wherever financial gambling is least regulated. ❋ Robert Reich (2010)

Captain Renault: I'm shocked, shocked to find that gambling is going on in here! ❋ Unknown (2010)

The problem with this sort of gambling is that society is left with the choice of either (1) picking up the costs in one way or another, either through higher insurance premiums for those who pay, or through longer waits and less adequate care for everyone, or higher taxes on lots of someones or (2) denying care to those who cannot pay, and letting people suffer or die. ❋ Unknown (2009)

In 1979 Mays took a public relations job with a company that was involved in gambling concerns, with the result that he was banned from baseball-related activities just three months after being elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. ❋ Unknown (2010)

‘Like alcoholism, problem gambling is a complex disorder,’ Professor Slutske said. ❋ Unknown (2010)

To put it even more starkly, private gambling is illegal ostensibly because it's immoral, but state-run gambling is OK because it raises money. ❋ Unknown (2009)

I [pissed] all my [cash] [awy] gambling on the internet. ❋ Sean (2003)

[doug] [gambled and lost] and shit his pants insted of letting out some [harmless] gas ❋ Joe Brown Pimp King (2005)

Stop gambling they [already] [have enough] [money]. ❋ Imanassel (2011)

Drugs make your problems go away. But, you can't always count [on drugs] to be there. So if [you're short], just create more. Or, take drugs from [your parents]; drugs from your parents are free. Or, take a chance. Try gambling! ❋ Phifedawg (2011)

"oh man, I'm so horny right now. I think I'll go [gamble] in the back room. Maybe I can find some of [my brother's] [playboys]." ❋ Aila (2005)

The [server] just [died], [I think] someone gambled it. ❋ WyclefJean (2010)

[Horse race] betting, [casinos], [sports betting] etc, are all forms of gambling. There are many more of course, all which basically get the same results. ❋ Prof. Osled (2009)

Steve:Did you play [gamble] yesterday? Andrew:Yea but [i lost] Steve:O right i was [wondering] why we are in hospital ❋ Luc O'Zade (2008)

[gambling] you place [a max] bet. You can either win [the jackpot] or you walk away with nothing. ❋ ... Zjdbckdnznsjd (2019)

Gambling- it's not [wrong]; just a [way to] get [ahead]. ❋ CreeperStash (2008)

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