Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Ante"

The meaning of "Ante" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does up the ante mean?
A: To raise the risks/ rewards of a situation. It originally comes from card games— I think it means to raise the amount you are gambling.

“Let’s up the ante a bit. I’ll give you 50 dollars if you manage to get all A’s in your classes!”
Q: What does up the ante mean?
A: up the ante = (literal) increase the bet while gambling; (figurative) try to do something with more risks, but that has better results if you succeed
Q: What does to up the ante
"the government has upped the ante by refusing to negotiate until a ceasefire has been agreed" mean?
A: "Ante" is term used commonly in Poker referring to the bet a player makes. "Upping the Ante" is to raise a players bet or their stake in the game.

So with this "The Government has upped the ante" means they have increased the stakes of the situation "by refusing to negotiate until a ceasefire has been agreed"
Q: What does up the ante mean?
A: To increase a bet or to make something riskier
Q: What does up the ante mean?
A: Increase what is at risk

Example sentences using "Ante"

Q: Please show me example sentences with up the ante.
A: It’s like raise the stakes, bring the heat, or make things more risky.
“The team was starting to lose so they decided to up the ante”
It’s commonly used in sports, games, and sometimes politics/government and war
“To try and make the enemy surrender, they upped the ante”
Hope this helps
Q: Please show me example sentences with up the ante.
A: "Dude, I think they're going to beat us"
"Well then, it's time to up the ante"

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Q: Please show me example sentences with up the ante.
A: Examples:
1) If you want to up the ante,
you should get your work done early
2) She really up'd the ante and got her act together
3) You need to up the ante in a competitive environment

The expression basically means to do better than normal

Synonyms of "Ante" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between ante and bet ?
A: In games where whether to wager or not is up to the player, an ante is a special type of a bet that is required from the player simply to keep the action going. Most frequently it is found in poker.

Translations of "Ante"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? antes muero que rendirme
A: I will die before I give up.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? antes
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? antes hacia ejercicio
A: No sería necesario tener "before," ya que estas hablando en el pasado por decir "used."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? antes si escuchaba el radio
A: I used to listen the radio before
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? antes só que mal acompanhada
A: Before just barely accompanied

Other questions about "Ante"

Q: I'd like to know what "up the negative ante" mean in this context.
Thanks in advance.
A: There is a saying in English "up the ante", which means to make something more exciting, intense, or consequential.

"This game is getting boring, how about we up the ante and place bets?"

So to up the "negative ante" would mean making something far more negative than it was previously
Q: Please show me how to pronounce ante meridian.
A: @J_D

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Q: How can I use "a.C (antes de Cristo)"? Can I say b.C (before Christ)?
A: ac - BC
dc - AD
Q: no inglês, antes do verbo tem que colocar o 'to'?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What does "up the ante" mean? Is it 賭けに出る in Japanese?
A: When I searched online it seems to mean 'Increase a bet' but I thought it can also mean "努力をもっと入れる"

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