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Pronunciation of Against All The Odds: Learn how to pronounce Against All The Odds in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word odds:

noun
the ratio between the amounts staked by the parties to a bet, based on the expected probability either way:
Nicer is starting at odds of 8-1
it is possible for the race to be won at very long odds
(usually the odds) the chances or likelihood of something happening or being the case:
the odds are that he is no longer alive
the odds against this ever happening are high
(usually the odds) the balance of advantage; superiority in strength, power, or resources:
she clung to the lead against all the odds
the odds were overwhelmingly in favour of the banks rather than the customer
Phrases
at odds
in conflict or at variance:
his behaviour is at odds with the interests of the company
by all odds
North American certainly.
it makes no odds
informal, chiefly British it does not matter:
come and see me any timeā€”it makes no odds to me!
[from an earlier use of odds in the sense ‘difference in advantage or effect’]
lay (or give) odds
offer a bet with odds favourable to the other better:
bookies have refused to give odds on the outcome of today’s debate
be very sure about something:
I’d lay odds that the person responsible is an insider
over the odds
British above what is generally considered acceptable, especially for a price:
you could be paying over the odds for perfume
take odds
offer a bet with odds unfavourable to the other better:
you might be tempted to take odds on a dead heat
what’s the odds?
informal what does it matter?.
[from an earlier sense of odds; compare with it makes no odds]
Origin:
early 16th century: apparently the plural of the obsolete noun odd ‘odd number or odd person’