Übersetzung von “chance” — Englisch–Russisch Wörterbuch


noun uk /tʃɑːns/ us

B1 the possibility that something will happen

[ + (that) ] There's a chance that she'll still be there.
She has little chance of passing the exam.
Is there any chance of a drink?

B1 the opportunity to do something

[ + to do sth ] I didn't get a chance to speak to you at the party.
I hope you've had the chance to look around the exhibition.
Give me a chance to prove that I can do the work.
Going on a world cruise is the chance of a lifetime (= an opportunity which only comes once in your life).
LUCK [ U ]

B1 the way something happens because of luck, or without being planned

случайность, удача
I saw her by chance in the shop.
RISK [ C ]

B2 a risk

I'm delivering my work by hand. I'm not taking any chances.
by any chance

used to ask in a polite way whether something is possible or true

You're not Spanish by any chance, are you?
stand a chance

to have a chance of success or of achieving something

иметь шанс
He stands a good chance of winning the election.
chances are

it is likely

скорее всего
[ + (that) ] Chances are that he'll refuse.
No chance!/ Not a chance!

used to emphasize that there is no possibility of something happening

никаких шансов
"Do you think she'd go out with me?" "No chance!"

(Übersetzung von “chance noun” aus dem Cambridge Englisch–Russisch Wörterbuch © Cambridge University Press)