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adverb & adjectiveBritish
1(of a bet) divided into two equal wagers, one backing a horse or other competitor to win and the other backing it to finish in the first three.[as adjective] ‘he could be worth an each-way bet’[as adverb] ‘we put the same bet each way on a horse’
- 1.1[as adjective]To come first, second, or third in a race, considered from a betting point of view.‘Travado has an each-way chance’
- 1.1[as adjective]To come first, second, or third in a race, considered from a betting point of view.
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