What is bet slang for?
Bet. “Bet” is used when you’re in agreement with something. If someone makes plans and you say “bet,” that means you are confirming said plan.
What does BET mean in 2020 slang?
Bet: “Bet” is a word that has many uses. It can be used in lieu of the word “OK” or “YES,” but it can also be used as a response when someone challenges you, instead of saying “watch” or “we’ll see.”
How do you use the word I bet?
I’ll bet that he makes the next shot. He always bets that the favorite will win. He lost a lot of money by betting on college football and basketball. I bet against the favorite and I lost.
What’s another way to say I bet?
What is another word for you bet?
|I agree||I’ll say|
|you said it||absolutely|
How do you respond to OK bet?
The commonly used word ‘bet’ can also mean ‘for sure’
“Bet” is now used as a positive, laidback synonym for “OK.” For example, if someone asks if you’re coming to dinner later, you might simply respond by nodding and saying, “Bet.”
What does it mean when a girl says bet?
Bet! Bet is a slang term of affirmation, agreement, or approval along the lines of “Cool!” or “I’m down!” It can also suggest doubt or disbelief: “Yeah, sure.”
What is Gen Z slang?
The Gen-Z term, which gained popularity on TikTok, describes anything that’s considered uncool, untrendy, or people who deliberately stick to “older” trends. The term was coined by 23-year-old Gaby Rasson and was used among her friend group before it became widely known.
What does simp mean in slang?
Simp is a slang insult for men who are seen as too attentive and submissive to women, especially out of a failed hope of winning some entitled sexual attention or activity from them.
What is I bet you are?
I bet is an informal expression which is said to show that you understand why someone has a particular opinion or feels a particular way.
Do you say I bet or I’ll bet?
You can find examples in standard dictionaries for both “I bet” and “I’ll bet” used in this sense, though “I bet” is more common. In our opinion, “I bet” (present tense) sounds more natural when the subordinate construction is in the past tense (“I bet she felt crummy”) or the future tense (“I bet he’ll forget”).
What is the difference between i bet and you bet?
-“you bet!” that could sometimes be heard as “you betcha” (phonetically speaking) and it means, yes, very much. 1. I bet would be a shortening of I’ll bet. -“When Bob gets home and sees this mess, he’ll be angry.”