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Meaning of “fat chance” - Learner’s Dictionary

fat chance

informal
used to say that you do not think that something is likely to happen: "Do you think we'll win?" "Fat chance."Not hopeful
Translations of “fat chance”
in Chinese (Traditional) 不大可能,希望渺茫…
in Russian вряд ли…
in Turkish zayıf bir olasılık, pek mümkün değil, olası görünmüyor…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不大可能,希望渺茫…
in Polish nigdy w życiu…
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