chance noun (OPPORTUNITY)
I didn't get/have a chance to speak to her. 我沒有機會跟她說話。
- Don't tell anyone I'm leaving before I've had a chance to tell Anthony.
- We'd be glad of the chance to meet her.
- We are now offering you the chance to buy the complete set of pans at half price.
- Everyone will have a chance to make their views known at the meeting.
- She missed the chance of promotion when she turned down the job of assistant manager.
chance noun (POSSIBILITY)
You'd have a better chance/more chance of passing your exams if you worked a bit harder. 你要是再用功一點，通過考試的可能性會更大。
[ + (that) ] There's a good chance (that) I'll have this essay finished by tomorrow. 到明天我很可能會寫完這篇文章。
There's a slim/slight chance (that) I might have to go to Manchester next week. 下周我也許要去曼徹斯特，不過可能性不大。
If we hurry, there's still an outside (= very small) chance of catching the plane. 要是我們抓緊時間，沒準還能趕上飛機。
UK John thinks they're in with a chance (= they have a possibility of doing or getting what they want). 約翰認為他們有機會。
What are her chances of survival? 她倖存的機會有多大？
- There's no chance of us getting there by eight.
- There's still an outside chance that Scotland will get through into the World Cup.
- She stands a good chance of passing her exam if she works hard.
- The doctors told my wife I had a 50/50 chance of survival.
- I must tell you in all honesty that there is little chance of the scheme being approved.
chance noun (RISK)
- The doctor says there's no chance of contagion.
- The weather forecast said that there's an even chance of thunderstorms tonight .
- There is possibly less chance of another World War while the last one is within living memory.
- There's a chance that he might go bankrupt.
- Don't go climbing if there's any chance of bad weather.
chance noun (LUCK)
Roulette is a game of chance. 輪盤賭是碰運氣的遊戲。
chance verb (RISK)
chance verb (LUCK)