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  1. chance

    • IPA[CHans]

    美式

    • n.
      a possibility of something happening;the probability of something happening
    • adj.
      fortuitous; accidental
    • v.
      do something by accident or without design;find or see by accident
    • noun: chance, plural noun: chances

    • verb: chance, 3rd person present: chances, gerund or present participle: chancing, past tense: chanced, past participle: chanced

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a possibility of something happening:

      there is little chance of his finding a job

      a chance of victory

    • 2. the probability of something happening:

      he played down his chances of becoming chairman

    • 3. an opportunity to do or achieve something:

      I gave her a chance to answer

    • 4. a ticket in a raffle or lottery.
    • 5. an opportunity to make a defensive play, which if missed counts as an error:

      541 straight chances without an error

    • 6. the occurrence and development of events in the absence of any obvious design:

      he met his brother by chance

      what a lucky chance that you are here

    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. fortuitous; accidental:

      a chance meeting

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. do something by accident or without design:

      if they chanced to meet

    • 2. find or see by accident:

      he chanced upon an interesting advertisement

    • 3. do (something) despite its being dangerous or of uncertain outcome:

      she waited a few seconds and chanced another look

    • n. the killing of a person accidentally in self-defense in a fight.

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    • n. a possibility of success if great effort is made:

    • they still have a fighting chance of clinching the title

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    • n. the accidental killing of a person in a fight.

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    • n. a final opportunity to achieve or acquire something:

    • a last chance to snap up bargains

      last-chance peace proposals

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

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    • ["\n there is no possibility of that

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    • n. a final opportunity to achieve or acquire something:

    • a last chance to snap up bargains

      last-chance peace proposals

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    • n. a possibility of success if great effort is made:

    • they still have a fighting chance of clinching the title

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    英式

    • n.
      a possibility of something happening:
    • there is a chance of winning the raffle

      there is little chance of his finding a job

    • adj.
      fortuitous; accidental:
    • a chance meeting
    • v.
      do something by accident or without intending to:
    • he was very effusive if they chanced to meet

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