against all odds | against all the odds
This page is about the idiom against all odds | against all the odds
If you do something against all odds, or against all the odds, you do it even though there were many problems and it didn't seem possible to do.
- He had a serious accident and was close to death but, against all odds, he recovered and now he's fine.
- No-one thought we could do it but, against all the odds, we won the Olympic gold medal.
Harry was born into a very poor family, but against all odds he became
Contributor: Matt Errey