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We work together whenever we get a chance.
Participants are given the chance to learn another language.
The meetings are very short, so there is little chance for real discussion.
They’ve blown their chance of getting the money back.
What would you say, given the chance to talk to her again?
The show provides a chance for the public to look at all the latest software.
Gina got up to leave and Sam, seizing his chance, followed her out.
These players deserve another chance.
I warned her that this was her last chance.
The chance of rain is less than 20%.
For the first time in 15 years, they have a realistic chance of winning an election.
Is there any chance they will reverse their decision?
There is now only a slim chance that a recession can be avoided.
He doesn’t stand a chance of winning the tournament.
We still have a fighting chance of beating them if we keep our minds on the game.
He had a fifty-fifty chance of surviving the operation.
The results may simply be due to chance.
It was simply by chance that Nicholson was cast in the film.
Pure chance had brought us together that day.
The factory is in with a good chance of winning a major order.
If I wanted to get a job in advertising, what do you think my chances would be?
What are their chances of taking the championship this season?
If you fancy your chances against a bigger team, give us a call.
She thought of ringing him on the off chance of catching him at home.
Lorraine didn’t know me but she took a chance on my honesty.
It is just not worth taking any chances.
This is the British English definition of chance. View American English definition of chance.