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chance

noun [C] (OPPORTUNITY) 機會     /tʃɑːnts/ US  /tʃænts/
an occasion which allows something to be done; an opportunity 機遇;機會;時機 I didn't get/have a chance to speak to her. 我沒有機會跟她說話。 [+ to infinitive] If you give me a chance to speak, I'll explain. 要是你給我說話的機會,我會解釋的。 Society has to give prisoners a second chance when they come out of jail. 犯人出獄後社會必須再給他們一次機會。 He left and I missed my chance to say goodbye to him. 他走了,我失去了跟他道別的機會。 I'd go now given half a chance (= If I had the slightest opportunity). 有一丁點的機會我現在就會走。 Opportunity Freedom to act
(Definition of chance noun (OPPORTUNITY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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