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Translation of "opportunity" - English-Spanish dictionary

opportunity

noun   /ˌɒp·əˈtjuː·nə·ti/ ( plural opportunities)
B1 a chance to do something good ocasión If you get the opportunity to go there, it is a wonderful city.
take the/this opportunity to do something
to use an occasion to do or say something aprovechar la/esta oportunidad para hacer algo I’d like to take this opportunity to thank all of you.
(Definition of opportunity from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

opportunity

noun /opəˈtjuːnəti/ ( plural opportunities)
a chance to do or a time for doing (something) oportunidad, ocasión an opportunity to go to Rome You’ve had several opportunities to ask him.
opportune adjective
coming at the right time oportuno an opportune moment..
opportunely adverb
oportunamente
opportunism noun
oportunismo
opportuneness noun
oportunidad
opportunist noun
a person who takes advantage of any circumstance which will help him personally oportunista a political opportunist.
(Definition of opportunity from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “opportunity”
in Korean 기회…
in Arabic فُرْصة…
in Malaysian peluang…
in French occasion…
in Russian возможность, удобный случай, перспектива…
in Chinese (Traditional) 機遇, 時機, 機會…
in Italian opportunità, occasione…
in Turkish fırsat, uygun zaman, vesile…
in Polish okazja, możliwość…
in Vietnamese cơ hội…
in Portuguese oportunidade, ocasião…
in Thai โอกาสที่ดี…
in German die Gelegenheit…
in Catalan oportunitat…
in Japanese 機会…
in Chinese (Simplified) 机遇, 时机, 机会…
in Indonesian kesempatan…
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