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dollars to doughnuts

Definition of dollars to doughnuts in English:

North American informal Used to emphasize one’s certainty: I’d bet dollars to doughnuts he’s a medical student
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  • I'd bet dollars to doughnuts that we are going to see a pick-up in employment in 2004.
  • I'm willing to bet dollars to doughnuts that they had more fun along the way.
  • He'll use nicer-sounding words, but dollars to donuts that will be the message.
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