be on the cards(redirected from is on the cards)
be on the cards
To be very likely or certain to happen, occur, or take place. They've played very well, but it doesn't look like a championship title is on the cards for this team today. A: "Is anything on the cards for tomorrow?" B: "No, it's looking like a pretty slow Saturday for me."
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