Learn English – set to vs set at


When talking about odds, say in sports, should I say

"Betn1 set Team A's odds at 10/1"


"Betn1 set Team A's odds to 10/1"?

Best Answer

There is no useful difference. In this case "set at" and "set to" mean exactly the same.

Extended context might change that, but that would also change the Question.

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