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Definición de “chance” en inglés


noun [S or plural] (POSSIBILITY)    /tʃɑːns/ US  /tʃæns/
B1 the level of possibility that something will happen : You'd have a better chance/more chance of passing your exams if you worked a bit harder . [+ (that)] There's a good chance (that) I'll have this essay finished by tomorrow . There's a slim / slight chance (that) I might have to go to Manchester next week . If we hurry , there's still an outside (= very small ) chance of catch ing the plane . "Is there any chance of speak ing to him?" "Not a/No chance, I'm afraid ." I don't think I stand /have a chance of winning .UK John thinks they're in with a chance (= they have a possibility of doing or getting what they want ). Her resignation has improved my chances of promotion . What are her chances of survival ? [+ that] What are the chances that they'll win ? → Synonym likelihoodPossible and probableChance and randomness
(Definition of chance noun (POSSIBILITY) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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