Definitions for odds-on
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word odds-on
having a better than even chance of success
"the odds-on favorite"
Having a chance of winning that is better than even
In which the amount won on a bet is less than the amount staked
The numerical value of odds-on in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of odds-on in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
He is no longer odds-on favorite.
Hillary can lose Florida and Ohio and still win the presidency. I like her odds on the electoral map.
We have won 60-something races in a row and it doesn't take a rocket scientist to put pretty short odds on us winning the next race, i know that if we get near to our best then we'll be difficult to beat.
In terms of an outside view, I guess it's a given, hamish Bond and Eric Murray have won 60-something races in a row and it doesn't take a rocket scientist to put pretty short odds on Hamish Bond and Eric Murray winning the next race.
It may not take positive thinking/speaking to be made in life. But, positive thinking/speaking makes one odds-on i.e. it makes you/a person more likely to succeed/win. I mean, it gives you/one a very good chance to succeed/win in anything. So, come on, dare to think/speak/act positively always.
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