Translation of opportunity in Spanish:
noun plural -tiescountable or uncountable
- to seize the opportunityshe never misses an opportunityaprovechar la oportunidad or ocasiónthank you for giving me this opportunitynunca deja pasar una oportunidad or ocasiónat the earliest o first opportunitygracias por darme or [formal] brindarme esta oportunidadopportunity to +en la primera oportunidad que se presente
infinitive/ of -ingI had no opportunity to put my point of viewoportunidad de+ infinitivewe took the opportunity of looking around the cityno tuve oportunidad de exponer mi punto de vistathis gives me an opportunity to catch up on o of catching up on my readingaprovechamos (la oportunidad) para recorrer la ciudadopportunityesto me da la oportunidad de ponerme al día con la lectura forsomething/ -ingthe job offers excellent opportunities for promotionthis left us little opportunity for sightseeingel trabajo ofrece excelentes posibilidades de ascensojob opportunitiesesto nos dejó poco tiempo para hacer turismoan equal opportunities policyoportunidades de trabajowhen opportunity knocksuna política de igualdad de oportunidadescuando se presenta la oportunidadExample sentences
- I think he should be given the opportunity of looking at these before I make an order.
- It was an opportunity of a lifetime and I was really pleased to have the chance to meet him.
- There will be plenty of opportunities for family swimming in the new swimming and training pools.
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