stake in Gujarati ગુજરાતી
- (આર્થિક) હિતસંબંધ ⇄ stake gujarati
- ઇ ⇄ stake gujarati
- એવી ઘોડાની શરત ⇄ stake gujarati
- કોઈ બનાવ અંગે હોડમાં મૂકેલી વસ્તુ – રકમ ⇄ stake gujarati
- ખીલો ⇄ stake gujarati
- ઘોડાની શરતમાં હોડની રકમ ⇄ stake gujarati
- ચીપ ⇄ stake gujarati
- જમીનમાં રોપવાનો અણિયાળો થાંભલો ⇄ stake gujarati
- મ ાણસને સજા તરીકે બાંધીને જીવતો બાળી નાખવા માટેનો થાંભલો ⇄ stake gujarati
- લેવાદેવા ⇄ stake gujarati
stake in Hindi हिन्दी
- खूंटा ⇄ stake hindi
- खूंटा लगाना ⇄ stake hindi
- खूंटी ⇄ stake hindi
- खूंटे से बांधना ⇄ stake hindi
- जलाकर हत्या ⇄ stake hindi
- जोखिम लेना ⇄ stake hindi
- दाँव ⇄ stake hindi
- दाँव लगाना ⇄ stake hindi
- दांव ⇄ stake hindi
- निहाई ⇄ stake hindi
- पण ⇄ stake hindi
- बाज़ी की रक़म ⇄ stake hindi
- बाज़ी लगाना ⇄ stake hindi
- शंकु ⇄ stake hindi
- शेयर ⇄ stake hindi
- सिद्धांत ⇄ stake hindi
stake in Telugu తెలుగు
stake in English
- stake ⇄ expr. at stake, to be won or lost; in jeopardy; risked.
Ex. His honor is at stake.english
- stake ⇄ expr. drive stakes, (Informal.)
a. to pitch one's tent or camp.
Ex. We stopped near the river and drove stakes for the night.
b. to stake off a claim.
Ex. In the gold rush of '49, he succeeded in driving stakes in the San Fernanenglish
- stake ⇄ expr. pull up stakes, (Informal.) to move away; change the place where one lives.
Ex. Constant flooding of their land led the farmers to pull up stakes and leave the valley for the highlands. Many of the South's best educated citizens ... are amongenglish
- stake ⇄ expr. stake out,
a. to maintain surveillance over (an area, building, person, or group).
Ex. The police staked out his home, hoping he would return to get the money.
b. to assign (someone) to maintain surveillance.
- stake ⇄ expr. stakes,
a. the prize in a contest or race.
Ex. The stakes were divided up among the winners. ... whose game was empires, and whose stakes were thrones (Byron).
b. a race for a prize, usually a sum of money.
Ex. He made a tenglish
- stake ⇄ expr. the stake,
a. a post to which a person was tied and then burned to death.
Ex. Joan of Arc was burned at the stake.
b. death by being burned at a stake.
Ex. I know that I would go to the stake for you (Thackeray).english
- stake ⇄ noun staker. english
- stake ⇄ noun 1. a stout stick or post pointed at one end for driving into the ground. Stakes are used to form part of a fence, mark a boundary, support a plant, or the like.
Ex. He built a fence of stakes with rope tied between to keep people out of his flenglish
- stake ⇄ noun 1. money risked; what is staked.
Ex. The men played for high stakes.
2. the sum of money with which a gambler operates.
3. (Figurative.) something to gain or lose; share, such as in a property or business; interest.
- stake ⇄ pungi stick orstake,
a sharpened bamboo stick two or three feet high and often dipped in dung to infect the tip, stuck into the ground at an angle so as to puncture the foot of an enemy soldier. Also, punji stick or stake.english
- stake ⇄ punji stick orstake, pungi stick. english
- stake ⇄ stake (1), noun, verb, staked,staking. english
- stake ⇄ stake (2), verb, staked,staking,noun. english
- stake ⇄ v.t. 1. to fasten with a stake or stakes.
Ex. to stake down a tent.
2. to tether (an animal) to a stake.
3. to support (a plant, tree, or vine) with a stake or stakes.
4. to mark (out or off) with stakes; mark the boundaries ofenglish
- stake ⇄ v.t. 1. to risk (money or something valuable) on the result of a game, race, or cast of dice, or on any chance.
Ex. He staked all his money on the black horse.
(SYN) bet, wager.
2. (Figurative.) to risk the loss of; hazard.