- a phrase equivalent to “consequence;” “what’s the ODDS?” _i.e._, what is the expected result? “It’s no ODDS,” _i.e._, of no consequence. ODDS, in sporting phraseology, refers to the proportions or differences of a bet. One bookmaker will lay ODDS of “six to one” against such a horse winning; whilst another, more speculative, or in the receipt of a first-rate “tip” (information about the horse in question) will lay “eight,” or even “ten to one.”
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