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chance

美 [tʃæns]
英 [tʃɑːns]
  • n.机会;机遇;偶然;冒险
  • v.冒险;拿…去冒风险
  • linkv.碰巧;偶然发生
  • adj.意外的;偶然的;碰巧的
  • 网络可能性;运气;偶然性
复数:chances  现在分词:chancing  过去式:chanced  
chance
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n.
1.
[c][u]
(尤指希望发生的事的)可能性a possibility of sth happening, especially sth that you want
Is there any chance of getting tickets for tonight?
有可能弄到今晚的票吗?
She has only a slim chance of passing the exam.
她通过考试的希望很渺茫。
There's a slight chance that he'll be back in time.
他及时赶回来的可能性不大。
There is no chance that he will change his mind.
他不可能改变主意。
What chance is there of anybody being found alive?
找到生还者的希望有多大?
Nowadays a premature baby has a very good chance of survival.
如今早产儿存活的希望非常大。
The operation has a fifty-fifty chance of success.
这次手术成功和失败的可能性各占一半。
an outside chance(= a very small one)
非常小的可能性
The chances are a million to one against being struck by lightning.
遭雷击的可能性是微乎其微的。
2.
[c]
机会;机遇;时机a suitable time or situation when you have the opportunity to do sth
It was the chance she had been waiting for.
那正是她一直等待的机会。
Jeff deceived me once already─I won't give him a second chance .
杰夫已骗过我一次,我不会再给他机会。
This is your big chance(= opportunity for success) .
这是你成功的大好机会。
We won't get another chance of a holiday this year.
我们今年不会再有机会度假了。
Please give me a chance to explain.
请给我一个解释的机会。
Tonight is your last chance to catch the play at your local theatre.
今晚是你在本地剧院看这出戏的最后一次机会。
There will be a chance for parents to look around the school.
家长将有机会参观学校。
3.
[c]
风险;冒险an unpleasant or dangerous possibility
When installing electrical equipment don't take any chances . A mistake could kill.
安装电器设备时千万不要冒险,一个失误就可能要人命。
4.
[u]
偶然;碰巧;意外the way that some things happen without any cause that you can see or understand
I met her by chance(= without planning to) at the airport.
我碰巧在机场遇见她。
Chess is not a game of chance .
国际象棋不是靠运气取胜的。
It was pure chance that we were both there.
我们俩当时都在场纯属巧合。
We'll plan everything very carefully and leave nothing to chance .
我们将非常周密地筹划一切,决不留任何纰漏。
IDM
As chance would have it, John was going to London too, so I went with him.
赶巧约翰也去伦敦,所以我跟他一块儿去了。
as chance would have it
凑巧;碰巧happening in a way that was lucky, although it was not planned
As chance would have it, John was going to London too, so I went with him.
赶巧约翰也去伦敦,所以我跟他一块儿去了。
‘Do you think we'll win?’ ‘I think we're in with a chance.’
“你认为我们会获胜吗?”“我觉得有可能。”
He's in with a good chance of passing the exam.
他大有可能考试合格。
be in with a chance (of doing sth)
(informal)
有可能成功;有机会获得to have the possibility of succeeding or achieving sth
‘Do you think we'll win?’ ‘I think we're in with a chance.’
“你认为我们会获胜吗?”“我觉得有可能。”
He's in with a good chance of passing the exam.
他大有可能考试合格。
Are you in love with him, by any chance?
或许你爱上他了?
by any chance
(尤用于问句,询问是否真实、可能等)或许,可能used especially in questions, to ask whether sth is true, possible, etc.
Are you in love with him, by any chance?
或许你爱上他了?
The chances are you won't have to pay.
你可能不用付钱。
the chances are (that)…
(informal)
可能…it is likely that…
The chances are you won't have to pay.
你可能不用付钱。
chance would be a fine thing
(informal)
苦于没有机会people saychance would be a fine thing to show that they would like to do or have the thing that sb has mentioned, but that they do not think that it is very likely
That dog will give you a nasty bite, given half a chance.
只要一有机会,那条狗就会狠咬你一口。
give sb/sth half a chance
给…一些机会to give sb/sth some opportunity to do sth
That dog will give you a nasty bite, given half a chance.
只要一有机会,那条狗就会狠咬你一口。
‘Do you think he'll do it?’ ‘No chance.’
“你认为他会做这事吗?”“不可能。”
no chance
(informal)
不可能there is no possibility
‘Do you think he'll do it?’ ‘No chance.’
“你认为他会做这事吗?”“不可能。”
I didn't think you'd be at home but I just called by on the off chance.
我想你不会在家,只是碰碰运气顺路来看一下。
on the off chance (that)
抱(一线)希望;碰碰运气because of the possibility of sth happening, although it is unlikely
I didn't think you'd be at home but I just called by on the off chance.
我想你不会在家,只是碰碰运气顺路来看一下。
The driver didn't stand a chance of stopping in time.
司机没有来得及刹车。
stand a chance (of doing sth)
有可能成功;有机会获得to have the possibility of succeeding or achieving sth
The driver didn't stand a chance of stopping in time.
司机没有来得及刹车。
We took a chance on the weather and planned to have the party outside.
我们怀着天气可能会好的侥幸心理筹划到户外聚会。
take a chance (on sth)
冒险to decide to do sth, knowing that it might be the wrong choice
We took a chance on the weather and planned to have the party outside.
我们怀着天气可能会好的侥幸心理筹划到户外聚会。
He took his chances and jumped into the water.
他冒险跳进水里。
take your chances
碰运气to take a risk or to use the opportunities that you have and hope that things will happen in the way that you want
He took his chances and jumped into the water.
他冒险跳进水里。
v.
1.
[t]
(informal)
冒险;拿…去冒风险to risk sth, although you know the result may not be successful
She was chancing her luck driving without a licence.
她无照驾车,完全是在冒险。
‘Take an umbrella.’ ‘No, I'll chance it ’(= take the risk that it may rain) .
“带上伞吧。”“不带了,我就冒冒险吧。”
I stayed hidden; I couldn't chance coming out.
我躲了起来,不能冒险出去。
IDM
chance your arm
(informal)
冒险一试;碰碰运气to take a risk although you will probably fail
linkv.
1.
偶然发生;碰巧to happen or to do sth by chance
If I do chance to find out where she is, I'll inform you immediately.
要是我真的碰巧发现她的行踪,会立即通知你的。
They chanced to be staying at the same hotel.
他们碰巧住在同一家旅馆。
It chanced (that) they were staying at the same hotel.
碰巧他们住在同一家旅馆。
adj.
1.
[obn]
意外的;偶然的;碰巧的not planned
a chance meeting/encounter
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