Tricast vs Trifecta - What's the difference?

tricast | trifecta |


As nouns the difference between tricast and trifecta

is that tricast is (british) a specific kind of horse race betting, made by choosing the first three horses home in the correct order or tricast can be the simultaneous broadcasting of an audio via fm, web streaming and podcasting used in radio stations while trifecta is (us|australia|new zealand) a bet in which the bettor must select the first three placegetters of a race in the order in which they finish.

tricast

English

Etymology 1

From (tri-) and (forecast).

Noun

(en noun)
  • (British) A specific kind of horse race betting, made by choosing the first three horses home in the correct order.
  • Etymology 2

    From (tri-) and (broadcast).

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • The simultaneous broadcasting of an audio via FM, web streaming and podcasting. Used in radio stations.
  • Alternative forms
    * Tricast' or ' Tri-cast

    Anagrams

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    trifecta

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (US, Australia, New Zealand) A bet in which the bettor must select the first three placegetters of a race in the order in which they finish.
  • * 2006 , Vincent Conti, Thoroughbred Horse Racing Systems and Methodologies , page 9,
  • The conservative player will play the exacta box bet and the occasional trifecta box wager.
  • * 2010 , Leonard A. Asimow, Mark M. Maxwell, Probability and Statistics with Applications: A Problem Solving Text , page 10,
  • In a trifecta , you must wager on three horses: the one that finishes first (win), the one that finishes second (place), and the one that finishes third (show) in order.
  • (US, Australia, New Zealand) The attainment of three important achievements, qualities, etc.
  • (US, by extension) A set of three related things, often things that cause problems.
  • * 2007 , Michael Morrison, Head First JavaScript , page 525,
  • Along with runtime errors, two other errors we saw earlier round out the JavaScript bug trifecta : syntax errors, logic errors, and runtime errors.
  • * 2011', Beatriz Scaglia, '' The '''Trifecta of Evil and the Crisis of Faith: Devil, Satan, and Lucifer .
  • * 2011', Markus Horner, '' Consistently Persistent: Living with the Tourette '''Trifecta .
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  • See also

    * exacta