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pústa

Hiligaynon

(Sp. posta) Bet, wager, stake; to bet, lay, lay a wager, put on. Pustahí ang manók ko nga mapulá sing tátlo ka mángmang. Stake (put) three pesos on my red cock. Ipústa ko ang ákon karabáw. I'll bet my buffalo. Pilá ang pústa mo? What is your stake? How much did you stake? (see tayâ).



dúplo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. duplo) Double, twice as much; to double, duplicate. Duplohá ang kalát. Double the rope. Idúplo akó sang pústa. Bet me two to one. Duplohí akó sing pústa. Bet me twice as much. (see pilô).


pinustahánay

Hiligaynon

Betting; to wager, bet (one against another). (see pústa).


tayâ

Hiligaynon

A bet, wager, stake; to bet, wager, stake, lay (a bet). Nagatayâ (Nagatalayâ) silá. They are betting. Itayâ ko iníng duhá ka písos sa siníng kabáyo. I am ready to put these two pesos on this horse. Tayâ ka sa hárì. Tayaí ang hárì. Back the king. Put your money on the king (card). (see pústa).


túbung

Hiligaynon

Betting, wagering; to bet, make a bet, wager, lay a wager, back (a person, horse, etc.), particularly applied to private (unrecorded) bettings at a race, in the cockpit, at a gambling table, etc. Sín-o ang gintubúngan (tinubúngan) mo? Whom did you back? Nagtubungáy silá. They have made a bet. (see pústa, patád).