chance


chance
f. & m.
opportunity, chance. (Latin American Spanish)
tener chance de hacer algo to have the chance to do something
¿me das un chance? can I have a go?
m.
1 chance, shot, turn, opportunity.
2 risk, chance.
3 probability, chance, odds, likelihood.
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chance
nombre masculino
1 chance
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1. SM
[a veces] SF LAm
1) (=oportunidad) chance

dale chance — let him have a go

2) (=suerte) good luck
2.
CONJ Méx maybe, perhaps
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femenino o masculino (AmL) (oportunidad) chance

no hay ningún chance de que se libre — he has no chance of escaping

dar chance a alguien — to give somebody the chance

tiene pocas chances de ganar — he doesn't have o stand much chance of winning

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femenino o masculino (AmL) (oportunidad) chance

no hay ningún chance de que se libre — he has no chance of escaping

dar chance a alguien — to give somebody the chance

tiene pocas chances de ganar — he doesn't have o stand much chance of winning

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chance
feminine
or
masculine
A (AmL) (oportunidad) chance
no me dio chance de defenderme he didn't give me the chance to defend myself
no hay ningún chance de que se salve he has no chance of escaping
este caballo tiene pocas chances de ganar this horse doesn't have o stand much chance of winning
B
chance masculine
1
(Ven fam) (romance): tengo un chance con ella I've got a thing going with her (colloq)
le salió un chance con una muchacha del pueblo he got involved with one of the village girls (colloq)
2 (Col fam) (lotería) lottery ticket
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chance f or m (AmL) (oportunidad) chance;
dar chance a algn to give sb the chance;

tiene pocas chances de ganar he doesn't have o stand much chance of winning
chance sustantivo masculino LAm opportunity

'chance' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
accidental
- accidente
- asomo
- azar
- casual
- casualidad
- casualmente
- chiripa
- cielo
- coincidir
- destinada
- destinado
- encuentro
- entrever
- fortuita
- fortuito
- inesperada
- inesperado
- juego
- malograr
- mía
- mío
- momento
- ninguna
- ninguno
- ocasión
- ocasional
- opción
- oportunidad
- presentarse
- primera
- primero
- probabilidad
- resquicio
- suerte
- terciarse
- última
- último
- una
- uno
- arriesgar
- carambola
- coincidencia
- facilidad
- hablar
- posibilidad
English:
avail
- blow
- bungle
- by
- cat
- chance
- encounter
- fact
- fair
- fifty
- fighting chance
- forfeit
- game
- hang back
- happy
- jump at
- last
- lifetime
- off-chance
- outside
- parting
- remote
- second
- accident
- accidentally
- any
- bump
- casual
- fifty-fifty
- grab
- have
- jump
- leave
- life
- miss
- muff
- now
- off
- pass
- proper
- providence
- purely
- seize
- slight
- slim
- to
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chance
nm o nf
Am opportunity, chance;
me dio una segunda chance he gave me a second chance;
aprovechar la chance to seize the opportunity;
en o [m5]a la primera chance at the first opportunity;
tener chance de hacer algo to have the chance to do sth;
¿me das un chance? can I have a go?
adv
Méx maybe;
iré al cine hoy, chance mañana I'm going to the movies o Br cinema today, or maybe tomorrow
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chance
I m L.Am.
chance;
dame chance let me have a go
II conj Méx
perhaps, maybe
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chance nm
oportunidad: chance, opportunity

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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