Definition of 'chance on'
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But if you're not prepared to let me see for myself that you can run a serious operation, I'm not taking a chance on you. THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)They weren't prepared to take a chance on a penniless youngster still in college, like you and I did. SANDS OF TIME (2003)Management took a chance on her, never considering anything like this. THE SERPENT'S MARK
We can't take a chance on getting turned around in the dark. ABSOLUTE ZERO (2002)
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