odds

odds
Synonyms and related words:
advantage, agreement to disagree, allowance, aptitude, asymmetry, at daggers drawn, at loggerheads, at odds, at variance, bulge, chance, chances, clashing, coign of vantage, conflicting, contrariety, contrast, cross-purposes, deadwood, debris, departure, deviation, difference, difference of opinion, differing, difficulty, disaccord, disaccordance, disagreeing, disagreement, disconformity, discongruity, discordance, discrepancy, discreteness, disequilibrium, disparity, disproportion, dissent, dissimilarity, dissonance, distinction, distinctness, divergence, divergency, diversity, dividedness, division, draw, drop, edge, equivalent odds, even break, even chance, expectation, fair expectation, fair shake, far cry, favorable prospect, fifty-fifty, flying start, fragments, good chance, half a chance, handicap, head start, heterogeneity, hundred-to-one shot, imbalance, in disagreement, in opposition, inaccordance, inadequacy, incompatibility, incongruity, inconsistency, inconsonance, inequality, inequity, inharmonious, inharmoniousness, inharmony, injustice, inside track, insufficiency, irreconcilability, irregularity, jump, lead, leavings, leftovers, liability, likelihood, likeliness, litter, long odds, long shot, misunderstanding, mixture, no chance, nonconformity, nonuniformity, oddments, odds and ends, opposition, otherness, out of line, outlook, overbalance, particles, polarization, presumption, presumptive evidence, price, probabilism, probability, prospect, reasonable ground, reasonable hope, rubbish, running start, scraps, separateness, short odds, shortcoming, shreds, small chance, something extra, something in reserve, square odds, standoff, start, superiority, tendency, toss, toss-up, touch and go, unbalance, unconformity, unevenness, unfair discrimination, unlikeness, unorthodoxy, upper hand, vantage, vantage ground, vantage point, variance, variation, variegation, variety, verisimilitude, well-grounded hope, whip hand

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  • odds — S3 [ɔdz US a:dz] n [plural] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(probability)¦ 2¦(difficulties)¦ 3 be at odds 4¦(horse racing etc)¦ 5 it makes no odds 6 pay over the odds ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1.) ¦(PROBABILITY)¦ the odds how lik …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • odds — [ɒdz ǁ ɑːdz] noun [plural] 1. the odds how likely it is that something will happen: • The odds of us achieving our sales targets are very poor. • The odds are (= it is likely that ) selling will continue. 2. difficulties that make a good result… …   Financial and business terms

  • Odds — stellen in der Wahrscheinlichkeitstheorie und Statistik eine Möglichkeit dar, Wahrscheinlichkeiten anzugeben. Beispielsweise spricht man von einer 1:1 Chance, dass bei einem Münzwurf Kopf erscheint. Mathematisch berechnen sich Odds als Quotienten …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Odds — ([o^]dz), n. sing. & pl. [See {Odd}, a.] 1. Difference in favor of one and against another; excess of one of two things or numbers over the other; inequality; advantage; superiority; hence, excess of chances; probability. The odds are often… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • odds — [ adz ] noun plural ** 1. ) the chances of something happening: the odds of doing something: The odds of getting hit by a falling satellite are very small. (the) odds are (that) (=it is likely that): The odds are they won t succeed. the odds are… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • odds — ► PLURAL NOUN 1) the ratio between the amounts staked by the parties to a bet, based on the expected probability either way. 2) (the odds) the chances of something happening or being the case. 3) (the odds) the balance of advantage; superiority… …   English terms dictionary

  • odds — [ädz] pl.n. [sometimes, esp. formerly, with sing. v.] 1. Archaic inequalities 2. Now Rare difference or amount of difference 3. difference in favor of one side over the other; advantage 4. an equalizing advantage given or received in betting,… …   English World dictionary

  • odds-on — UK US adjective ► thought most likely to happen, succeed, or do a particular thing: odds on to do sth »He is odds on to serve another term as president of the Commission. odds on for sth »Next month looks odds on for a further rise in interest… …   Financial and business terms

  • odds-on — adj 1.) odds on favourite the person, horse etc that is most likely to win a race or other competition 2.) BrE informal very likely it s odds on (that) ▪ It s odds on that she won t come. be odds on to do sth ▪ They must have felt they were odds… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • odds-on — adjective INFORMAL very likely: it is odds on (that): It s odds on that Gerry will miss the meeting again. be odds on to do something: Pearson is odds on to play his last game on Saturday. the odds on favorite the person or animal that people… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Odds On —   First edition cover Author(s) …   Wikipedia

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