Synonyms of stake in English

: stake1stake2

stake1


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noun

1‘he was replacing broken stakes in a barbed-wire fence’

SYNONYMS
post, pole, stick, spike, upright, support, prop, strut, stave, pale, paling, picket, pile, piling, stanchion, shaft, cane, beanpole, rod, mast
historical palisade

verb

1‘the plants have to be staked’

SYNONYMS
prop up, tie up, tether, support, hold up, bolster up, brace, buttress, reinforce, truss, stay

2‘British governments staked their claim to disputed areas by formalizing imperial control’

SYNONYMS
assert, declare, proclaim, state, make, lay, establish, put on record, put in

Synonyms of stake in English

: stake1stake2

stake2


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noun

1‘if the horse wins, you get five times your stake back’

SYNONYMS
bet, wager, ante, pledge, hazard

2‘they are racing for record stakes this year’

SYNONYMS
prize money, purse, pot, winnings

3‘he had just knocked another competitor out of the promotion stakes’

SYNONYMS
competition, contest, battle, challenge, rivalry, race, running, struggle, scramble

4‘he retains a 40% stake in the business’

SYNONYMS
share, interest, financial interest, investment, involvement, concern

verb

1‘one gambler staked everything he'd got and lost’

SYNONYMS
bet, wager, place a bet of, lay, put on, gamble, pledge, chance, venture, risk, hazard

Phrases

    stake something out

    1‘the boundary between the two manors was properly staked out’


    SYNONYMS
    mark off, mark out, demarcate, mark the boundaries of, mark the limits of, outline, measure out, define, delimit, fence off, section off, close off, shut off, cordon off, bound, circumscribe

    2‘they'd staked out Culley's flat for half a day’


    SYNONYMS
    observe, watch, keep an eye on, keep under observation, keep watch on, keep under surveillance, survey, monitor, keep under scrutiny, watch like a hawk, keep a weather eye on, spy on, check out
    informal keep tabs on, keep a tab on, case, keep a beady eye on
    rare surveil