The phrase 'Against all odds' means despite very low probability; in a most unlikely way. Example of use: "She managed to win the trophy against all odds."
What is achieved against odds?
If you do or achieve something against (all) the odds/against all odds, you do or achieve it although there were a lot of problems and you were not likely to succeed: Against all the odds, he recovered.
Who fought against all odds?
Another battle often noted for being a victory against all odds was The Battle of Agincourt (1415), which saw a depleted English army, led by Henry V and composed of 5,000 to 8,000 longbowmen, achieve victory over a superior French army of 15,000 to 30,000 cavalry and heavy infantry, the English being outnumbered,
What is an example of by all odds?
Phrase. without any question He was, by all odds, the best player on the team. by a considerable margin She should, by all odds, be taking home the gold this year.
What are the three types of odds?
The three main types of betting odds are fractional (British) odds, decimal (European) odds, and money line (American) odds. These types are alternate ways of presenting the same thing and hold no difference in terms of payouts. British fractional odds are the ratio of the amount (profit) won to the stake.
What does it mean when all odds are against you?
If you say that the odds are against something or someone, you mean that they are unlikely to succeed. He reckons the odds are against the plan going ahead.