Synonym: fate, likelihood, lot, luck, occasion, opening, opportunity, possibility, probability, prospect. Similar words: by chance, take a chance, enhance, change, channel, exchange, mechanic, merchant. Meaning: [tʃɑːns] n. 1. a possibility due to a favorable combination of circumstances 2. an unknown and unpredictable phenomenon that causes an event to result one way rather than another 3. a risk involving danger 4. a measure of how likely it is that some event will occur; a number expressing the ratio of favorable cases to the whole number of cases possible 5. the possibility of future success. v. 1. be the case by chance 2. take a risk in the hope of a favorable outcome 3. come upon, as if by accident; meet with. adj. occurring or appearing or singled out by chance.

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4 I haven't had a

*chance*to unpack yet.5 He stands a fair

*chance*of going abroad.6

*Chance*had thrown us together at a skiing resort.7 Life gets better not by

*chance*,(www.Sentencedict.com) but by change.8 They try their best to leave nothing to

*chance*.9 Are you Hungarian, by any

*chance*?10 What

*chance*is there of anybody being found alive?11 The operation has a fifty-fifty

*chance*of success.12 'Give me one more

*chance*,' he begged.13 I think it's a fat

*chance*.14 Choice, not

*chance*, determines human destiny.15 Please give me one more

*chance*.16

*Chance*favors only the prepared mind.17 Is there any

*chance*of getting tickets for tonight?18 He went to Paris whenever the

*chance*came along.19 These dissipations make against your

*chance*of success.20 I haven't had a

*chance*to thank him yet.21 Time and

*chance*reveal all secrets.22 There's always the

*chance*that something will go wrong.23

*Chance*plays a big part in many board games.24 Roulette is a game of

*chance*.25 Say your love today[sentencedict.com], the

*chance*may come late.26 This gave them a

*chance*to yell.27 Not a

*chance*in the world.28 I met her quite by

*chance*.29 A businessman should grab at any

*chance*to make a profit.30 If the opposition party can hang together over the next six months, they might just stand a

*chance*of being elected.More similar words: by chance, take a chance, enhance, change, channel, exchange, mechanic, merchant, mechanism, mechanical, changeable, cancel, cancer, stance, dancer, glance, unchangeable, in exchange for, romance, alliance, penance, finance, pittance, instance, advanced, entrance, balanced, substance, parlance, ancestor.