Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Possiblity"

Synonyms of "Possiblity" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre possiblity e odds e likelihood ?
A: That's an unlikely possibility. = The likelihood is low. = The odds are low/bad.

That's a likely possibility. = The likelihood is high. = The odds are high/good.

There's a remote possibility.

Have you considered this possibility?

What are the probabilities/likelihoods of these different possibilities?

I like to calculate the odds in poker. ("Odds" has gambling connotations which "likelihood" doesn't have.)
Q: Qual é a diferença entre possiblity e odds e likelihood ?
A: odds and likelihood are similar. possibility can be the same or different.

possibility is about whether or not it COULD occur.
likelihood and odds are about something that could happen, and whether or not you think it will.

if I know my son gets sick in the car, I might say...

"There is a possibility he will vomit."

I might ask

"What are the odds he will vomit?"

or

"What is the likelihood that he will vomit?"

its about percentages. is there a 70% chance, likelihood, or odd that he will vomit?

Other questions about "Possiblity"

Q: There is no not every possiblity that most Japanese people challenge or will challenge the US presidents. soa natural?
A: There's no possiblity that Japanese people would challenge the US presidents.
Q: There is no not every possiblity that most Japanese people challenge or will challenge the US presidents. soa natural?
A: There is no chance that Japanese people will challenge the US President.
Q: There is no not every possiblity that most Japanese people challenge or will challenge the US presidents. soa natural?
A: It is not a possiblity that most Japanese people challenge or will challenge the US presidents.

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