Italian translation of 'chance'
probabilità f invthe chances are that ...
è probabile che... (+subjunc)the team's chances of winning
le possibilità di vittoria della squadrahe doesn't stand or he hasn't a chance of winning
non ha nessuna possibilità di vittoriathere is little chance of his coming
è molto improbabile che vengano chance!
possibilità f inv,
occasione fit's the chance of a lifetime
è un'occasione unicahe never had a chance in life
non ha mai avuto nessuna possibilità nella vitato give sb a chance to do sth
dare a qn la possibilità (di fare qc)to have an eye to the main chance (pejorative)
essere sempre pronto (‑a) ad approfittare,
non perdere occasioniI'll write when I get the chance
scriverò quando ne avrò l'opportunità
rischioan element of chance
una parte di fortunato take a chance
rischiareI'm taking no chances
non voglio lasciar niente al caso,
non intendo rischiare!
casogame of chance
gioco d'azzardoby chance
per casodo you by any chance know each other?
per caso vi conoscete?to leave nothing to chance
non lasciare nulla al caso
to chance to do sth (frm)
fare per caso qcI'll chance it (risk)
- (meeting, remark, error)
fortuito (‑a)a chance meeting
un incontro casuale
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Example Sentences Including 'chance'
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Each participant gets a chance to take the helm.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
He will improve a lot and deserves to take his chance.The Sun (2014)
This was a chance to find out.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
What seems like a chance meeting with a friend from the past will have a lucky outcome for the whole family.The Sun (2009)
You may chance upon some information that you can use to your advantage.The Sun (2015)
But we have a good chance of winning anywhere.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
It was a bad chance he missed.The Sun (2012)
Of course that victory happened in changeable conditions and there is a good chance of further rain during the race today.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
So roll the dice again and give yourself the best possible chance of hitting the jackpot.The Sun (2015)
Then he damaged his shoulder so badly that specialists gave him little chance of riding again.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
They have had the chance to do something about a new deal.The Sun (2011)
Very few people get a chance to do it.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
We conceded only one chance and would have been very unlucky if they had scored.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
What were the chances of that happening?Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Who knows what would have happened had the chance been taken?Times, Sunday Times (2015)
But the film came about thanks to a chance encounter.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Most likely that any chance of a normal life was over.The Sun (2010)
People need to be given a fair chance to understand what they are buying.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
What were the chances of that happening without a huge helping hand from the production team?The Sun (2014)
You want to take your chance and opportunity.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
The effects of this are profoundly damaging to the life chances of the next generation.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
What sort of risks or chances have you taken in your lifetime?Christianity Today (2000)
You may not get a second chance.Behind Closed Doors - advice for families with violence in the home (1988)
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'chance' in Other Languages
British English: chance /tʃɑːns/ NOUN
If there is a chance of something happening, it is possible that it will happen.
His chances of winning are slim.
- American English: chance
- Arabic: فُرْصَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: chance
- Chinese: 机会
- Croatian: šansa
- Czech: šance
- Danish: chance
- Dutch: kans
- European Spanish: posibilidad
- Finnish: tilaisuus mahdollisuus
- French: hasard
- German: Wahrscheinlichkeit
- Greek: πιθανότητα
- Italian: possibilità
- Japanese: 見込み
- Korean: 기회
- Norwegian: sjanse
- Polish: szansa
- European Portuguese: oportunidade
- Romanian: șansă
- Russian: возможность
- Spanish: oportunidad
- Swedish: chans
- Thai: โอกาส
- Turkish: şans
- Ukrainian: шанс
- Vietnamese: cơ hội
British English: chance ADJECTIVE
A chance meeting or event is one that is not planned or expected.
...a chance meeting.
Translation of chance from the Collins English to Italian Dictionary