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    habjan is offline Junior Member
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    to beat the odds.

    to beat the odds.
    can i use this idiom in the following example :

    This party is going to beat the odds in the upcoming elections.

    Thank you very much.

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    Re: to beat the odds.

    Quote Originally Posted by habjan View Post
    To beat the odds.
    Can I use this idiom in the following example?

    This party is going to beat the odds in the upcoming elections. Yes, you can.

    Thank you very much Unnecessary. Just click 'Like' when you get a useful answer.
    Always capitalise 'I' and the first word of every sentence.

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