odds means: To equalize all the participants’ chances, a certain amount of points is given to one side before another. (in Merlin Dictionary)

### What else does odds mean?

• This is the ratio between the likelihood of an event occurring and the chance of it not happening. (in Merlin Dictionary)
• A contest is a situation in which one event will be more likely than another. (in Merlin Dictionary)
• The ratio that indicates the difference in stakes between one and another bettor. (in Merlin Dictionary)
• A measure or degree at which something exceeds or falls below another. (in Merlin Dictionary)
• ( By all means Unquestionably. (in Merlin Dictionary)
• This is a fun, simple game. You think up a silly dare that you can give to your friend. Then you try to convince them to take it. This is done by making your friend lose the odds. For example, I could say to my “friend” “Hey odds that you run up to this cute girl and kiss her like a dog.” He would then tell me a number. Let’s call it “1 in 20”. If we had a total of three, then each would say one number from 1 to 20 simultaneously. He must go and do the opposite if it is the same. You can’t make the odds yourself. You will be given a full-blown slap if you fail to win the odds or decide to not do it. (in Slang Dictionary, added by FulbrighHent)
• 1. Anything and everything 2. A force that makes you do well to see bot. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Anatolio Rubio)
• Dare games are where a person gives an outlandish dare to someone else. The recipient must answer 1 of a set number in order to show that the dare is likely to be performed. The third person counts down the two remaining people from 3. 1,2,3. 1,2,3. The daree is responsible for performing the dare if both darers say the same number. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Niko Ware)
• It’s a game of dares. The other person then calls the “odds” on him or her performing an unpleasant, undesirable task. One person will then give a number to determine the odds. The one who counts down will count to 3, while the other person will give a number. Both people must then say something between 1 and 3. The task is completed if the numbers are the same for both of them. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Yareli Potter)
• This happens when someone disagrees with your view on something. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Zayne Erickson)
• An odd number is one that cannot be divided by 2; numbers that can be divisable are called even numbers. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Simón Muñoz)
• Random or unplanned events. There is no determinable reason or plan. It is a common kiwi expression, but it may also be used in other contexts. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Evaristo Navarro)