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be on the cards

UK (US be in the cards)
C2 to be likely to happen: "So you think they'll get married next year?" "I think it's on the cards."
Translations of “be on the cards”
in Chinese (Traditional) 很可能發生…
in Russian быть предназначенным судьбой…
in Turkish olması muhtemel, olası…
in Chinese (Simplified) 很可能发生…
in Polish szykować się…
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