betting


betting
betting [bɛtiŋ] n. m.
ÉTYM. 1840; mot angl., de to bet « parier ».
Anglicisme. Hippisme.
1 Cote des paris sur un champ de courses. || Cheval à dix contre un en betting.
2 (Angl. betting-room « bourse des paris »). Partie du champ de courses où sont faits les paris.
0 Le jeune Robert Palanquin, très célèbre déjà par le succès de son poulain Persée, vainqueur au Derby et dans les courses de la barrière d'Italie, avait rencontré au betting la délicieuse baronne de Trois-Étoiles (…)
Charles Cros, le Drame de la rue des Anglais, Pl., p. 471.

Encyclopédie Universelle. 2012.

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