Bedeutung von “chance” im Essential English Dictionary


noun uk /tʃɑːns/

B1 the possibility that something will happen:

There’s a chance that she’ll still be there.
She has a small chance of passing the exam.

B1 the opportunity to do something:

I didn’t get a chance to talk to you at the party.

B1 [ no plural ] the way something happens because of luck, or without being planned:

I saw her by chance.

a risk:

There’s a chance of injury in almost any sport.
stand a chance

to have a chance of success or of doing something good:

He stands a good chance of winning.
chances are

it is likely:

Chances are that he’ll say no.
No chance!

used to say that there is no possibility of something happening:

‘Are you going to lend her any money?’ ‘No chance!’

(Definition von “chance” aus dem Cambridge Essential Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)