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See also: odds on



odds-on (comparative more odds-on, superlative most odds-on)

  1. Having a chance of winning that is better than even
  2. In which the amount won on a bet is less than the amount staked
    • 2015 May 25, Daniel Taylor, “Norwich reach Premier League after early blitz sees off Middlesbrough”, in The Guardian (London)[1]:
      The trophy had barely been lifted before the first press release went out from the bookmakers announcing Norwich as odds-on to go down next season.