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N-PLURAL 机会；可能性；几率 You refer to how likely something is to happen as the odds that it will happen.
What are the odds of finding a parking space right outside the door?...
The odds are that you are going to fail.
N-PLURAL （赌博中的）赔率 In betting, odds are expressions with numbers such as '10 to 1' and '7 to 2' that show how likely something is thought to be, for example how likely a particular horse is to lose or win a race.
Gavin Jones, who put £25 on Eugene, at odds of 50 to 1, has won £1,250.
PHRASE （与…）不和；（与…）有矛盾；（与…）意见不一致 If someone is at odds with someone else, or if two people are at odds, they are disagreeing or quarrelling with each other.
He was at odds with his Prime Minister...
An adviser said there was no reason why the two countries should remain at odds.
PHRASE （成功）可能性小，希望渺茫 If you say that the odds are against something or someone, you mean that they are unlikely to succeed.
He reckoned the odds are against the scheme going ahead...
I'm sorry. I just feel as if the odds are stacked up against me.
PHRASE 尽管面临重重困难;虽然可能性极小 If something happens against all odds, it happens or succeeds although it seemed impossible or very unlikely.
Some women do manage to achieve business success against all odds...
Finally, late in life and against considerable odds, she became a nun.
PHRASE （某人）很可能取得成功 If you say that the odds are in someone's favour, you mean that they are likely to succeed in what they are doing.
His troops will only engage in a ground battle when all the odds are in their favour.
PHR-ERG 使更有希望/使不大可能；机会增加/机会减少 To shorten the odds on something happening means to make it more likely to happen. To lengthen the odds means to make it less likely to happen. You can also say that the odds shorten or lengthen .
His reception there shortened the odds that he might be the next Tory leader.