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    bieasy is offline Senior Member
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    Cool at stake


    I know what's a stake mean. But what does "He is at stake mean"?

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    Horsa is offline Senior Member
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    Re: at stake

    The context is not clear in your example sentence but 'at stake' usually means 'at risk'

    We have a lot at stake here. - We could lose a lot.

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