A state of disagreement : not agreeing with each other : in a state of disagreement. The parents and teachers are still at odds (about/over what to teach the students). often + with.
When two things are at odds?
Disagreeing with disagreeing with each other They've been at odds since the election. not being in agreement or harmony I thought the soundtrack was at odds with the tone of the movie.
How do you use odds in a sentence?
Don't count on them breaking, even if faced with impossible odds. Welcome the hopeless odds of meeting highly trained soldiers face-to-face. I also understand from Brian that you're somewhat at odds with the American tax authorities. The problem with the odds was that Pitt was too stubborn to even consider them.
What's another way to say is at odds with?
What is another word for at odds?
|in disagreement with
|out of keeping with
|in opposition to
|at variance with
Why do people say what are the odds?
If something strange happens people often say, "What were the odds of that?", which means: "I can't believe that happened.
What do negative odds mean?
Odds with a negative (-) symbol indicate the betting favorite. The number that follows the negative symbol (the odds) reveals how much to bet for every $100 you want to win. For example, as explained above, if the team you're betting has -110 odds, you need to wager $110 to win $100.