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Andrew has just graduated college and gotten married to his college sweetheart. Now he has landed a teaching position with a nearby public school system in a small West Texas town. He and his wife, Essie, eagerly move to the town of Stake, Texas to begin their new lives together. Essie will begin her own new career in another year as a social worker. The couple face many challenges ahead including becoming amateur sleuths helping local law enforcement.
2 : a post to which a person is tied to be put to death by burning 3 : something that is put up to be won or lost in gambling They play cards for high stakesto risk (something), as upon the outcome of an uncertain event, venture, etca personal interest or involvementImmediately after the death of Joseph Smith in 1844, there was a schism in the Latter Day Saint movementMeaning "to maintain surveilance" (usually stake out) is first recorded 1942, American English colloquial, probably form earlier sense of "mark off territory." Related: Staked; stakingto furnish (someone) with necessaries or resources, especially money: They staked me to a good meal and a train ticketTo gamble or risk; hazard: staked his week's pay on the horse race; staked the campaign on a promise of a tax cut.4In terms of size, although less familiar, a comparable unit in hierarchical churches such as the Catholic Church might be a deanery, which often comprises ten to twenty parishes(= watch) [+ property etc] [journalist, criminal] → vigilar; [police] → poner bajo vigilancia, mantener vigiladostake [ˈsteɪk] n (= post) → pieu m (BETTING) → enjeu m (= investment) to have a stake in sth [+ company, country] → avoir des intrts (en jeu) dans qch (= be interested) → tre concern(e) par qchA husband naturally has a stake in his wife's career → Un mari est tout naturellement concern par la carrire de sa femme2 : to mark the limits of by stakes They staked out the yard
1Thesaurus: synonyms and related words Fastening and tying attach be locked together idiom board sth up bolt bound bow 1 buckle buckle up hobble ligature mount nail put sth up reef knot rivet rope tie twist tie tying yoke See more results Idiom(s) stake a claim Phrasal verb(s) stake sth on sth stake sth out stake somewhere/sth out stake sb to sth (Definition of stake from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus Cambridge University Press) "stake" in American English See all translations stakenoun [ C ] us /stek/ stake noun [ C ] (SHARE) a share in something, espby burningDictionary.com Word of the Day Translate Games Blog Thesaurus.com Favorites one of a number of vertical posts fitting into sockets or staples on the edge of the platform of a truck or other vehicle, as to retain the loadOther stake specialists may be called to organize activitiestypically sports or drama programswhich are more suitable for the larger numbers of people available to a stake and might be difficult for a ward to carry out on its own8to tether or secure to a stake, as an animal: They staked the goat in the back yard'Spurious' Examples of stake in a Sentence Joan of Arc was burned at the stake.a poker game with high stakesThe stakes are too highA race offering a prize to the winner, especially a horserace in which the prize consists of money contributed equally by the horse owners.6 171bf2437f