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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 rates. Mr Kerry won the state, where he was the odds-on favourite.
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in Chinese (Simplified) 很有可能的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 很有可能的…
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