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chance US English

A possibility of something happening

chance US Thesaurus

there was a chance he might be released

no chance US English

There is no possibility of that

last chance US English

A final opportunity to achieve or acquire something

chance-medley US English

The killing of a person accidentally in self-defense in a fight

treble chance US English

A form of football pool in which different numbers of points are awarded for a draw, an away win, and a home win

chance-medley New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

accidental killing of a person in a fight

fighting chance US English

A possibility of success if great effort is made

sporting chance US English

A reasonable chance of winning or succeeding

by any chance US English

Possibly (used in tentative inquiries or suggestions)

on the chance US English

Just in case

stand a chance US English

Have a prospect of success or survival

take a chance US English

Behave in a way that leaves one vulnerable to danger or failure

half a chance US English

The slightest opportunity

an outside chance US English

A remote possibility

a snowball's chance US English

No chance at all

chance upon/on in chance US English

Find or see by accident

fat US English

Used ironically to express the belief that there is none or very little of something

not a dog's chance US English

No chance at all

take one's chances US English

Do something risky with the hope of success

no chance in chance US English

There is no possibility of that

take a chance on in take a chance US English

Put one’s trust in (something or someone) knowing that it may not be safe or certain

have an eye to the main chance US English

Look or be looking for an opportunity to take advantage of a situation for personal gain, typically a financial one

not stand a ghost of a chance US English

Have no chance at all

jump at US English

Accept (an opportunity or offer) eagerly

Buckley's US English

Have little or no chance of doing or achieving something

by any chance in chance US English

Possibly (used in tentative inquiries or suggestions)

stand a chance in chance US English

Have a prospect of success or survival

take a chance in chance US English

Behave in a way that leaves one vulnerable to danger or failure

take one's chances in chance US English

Do something risky with the hope of success

half a chance in half US English

The slightest opportunity

by chance in chance US Thesaurus

we found a signed first edition completely by chance

take a chance on in chance US English

Put one’s trust in (something or someone) knowing that it may not be safe or certain

not a dog's chance in dog US English

No chance at all

an outside chance in outside US English

A remote possibility

jump at in jump US English

Accept (an opportunity or offer) eagerly

take a chance or chances in chance US English

Behave in a way that leaves one vulnerable to danger or failure

chance on/upon in chance US Thesaurus

if you should chance upon a copy of the book, please let me know

have an eye to the main chance in eye US English

Look or be looking for an opportunity to take advantage of a situation for personal gain, typically a financial one


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