[ US /ˈdʒækˌpɑt/ ]
[ UK /d‍ʒˈækpɒt/ ]
  1. the cumulative amount involved in a game (such as poker)
  2. any outstanding award
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How To Use jackpot In A Sentence

  • Racegoers attending this years Galway festival could come away winning or sharing in one of the big Tote Jackpot pools.
  • Three jackpot-shows are programmed for low-level, medium-level and high-level jackpots.
  • She had never won anything in her life, so it's safe to say she was surprised when she scooped the rollover jackpot.
  • Zen 8 was out of salmon skin, but we hit the jackpot at Sushi Kawa - the salmon was smashingly crispy, the rolls expertly composed.
  • A nurse won the £5 million jackpot.
  • By a purely electric car and * ding ding ding* you've hit the jackpot. The Oil Drum - Discussions about Energy and Our Future
  • Take Powerball in the U.S. This game is a multi-state lottery and the jackpots have crept over the $300 million a few times (they have to pay tax so the take home is only half of that).
  • You know all those times when the jackpot goes unclaimed?
  • So it caught our attention this week when the wife of a winner of one of the biggest single lottery jackpots ever awarded said she wished she had torn up that ticket.
  • YOU'VE really hit the jackpot with this offer. The Sun
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