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Translation of "chance" - English-Spanish dictionary

chance

noun /tʃaːns/
luck or fortune suerte, by chance: por casualidad It was by chance that I found out the truth.
an opportunity oportunidad, ocasión Now you have a chance to do well.
a possibility posibilidades He has no chance of winning.
(a) risk riesgo There’s an element of chance in this business deal.
chancy adjective
(informal) risky or uncertain arriesgado a chancy arrangement.
chance on/upon phrasal verb
(formal) to meet by accident encontrarse por casualidad I chanced on a friend of yours.
(formal) to discover by accident tropezarse con I chanced upon some interesting information.
by any chance
used in enquiring about the possibility of something por un casual, casualmente Are you by any chance free tonight?
by chance
by luck; without planning por casualidad, casualmente They met by chance.
an even chance noun
equal probability for and against igualdad de posibilidades We have an even chance of success.
the chances are
it is likely (that) es muy probable que The chances are he can’t come tomorrow.
(Definition of chance from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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