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to be at odds with somebody

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  • at odds with somebody — be at ˈodds (with sb) (over/on sth) idiom to disagree with sb about sth • He s always at odds with his father over politics. Main entry: ↑oddsidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • be at odds with somebody on something — be at ˈodds (with sb) (over/on sth) idiom to disagree with sb about sth • He s always at odds with his father over politics. Main entry: ↑oddsidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • be at odds with somebody over something — be at ˈodds (with sb) (over/on sth) idiom to disagree with sb about sth • He s always at odds with his father over politics. Main entry: ↑oddsidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • at odds with somebody on something — be at ˈodds (with sb) (over/on sth) idiom to disagree with sb about sth • He s always at odds with his father over politics. Main entry: ↑oddsidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • at odds with somebody over something — be at ˈodds (with sb) (over/on sth) idiom to disagree with sb about sth • He s always at odds with his father over politics. Main entry: ↑oddsidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • be at odds with somebody — be at ˈodds (with sb) (over/on sth) idiom to disagree with sb about sth • He s always at odds with his father over politics. Main entry: ↑oddsidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • odds — [ɒdz ǁ ɑːdz] noun [plural] 1. the odds how likely it is that something will happen: • The odds of us achieving our sales targets are very poor. • The odds are (= it is likely that ) selling will continue. 2. difficulties that make a good result… …   Financial and business terms

  • odds — S3 [ɔdz US a:dz] n [plural] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(probability)¦ 2¦(difficulties)¦ 3 be at odds 4¦(horse racing etc)¦ 5 it makes no odds 6 pay over the odds ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1.) ¦(PROBABILITY)¦ the odds how lik …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • odds — noun (plural) 1 PROBABILITY how likely it is that something will or will not happen, especially when this can be stated in numbers: If you are male, the odds are about 1 in 12 of being colour blind. | the odds are (that) (=it is likely): Invest… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Odds Against Tomorrow — Theatrical release poster Directed by Robert Wise …   Wikipedia

  • Everybody Loves Somebody — is a song written in 1947 by Irving Taylor and Ken Lane. The song had already been recorded by several artists (including Frank Sinatra) by 1964, but without much success. But it was in that year that Lane was playing piano for Dean Martin on his …   Wikipedia


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