a chance: une opportunité, une occasion, une chance, un risque
Note that chance is not synonymous with "luck" in English.
to chance: risquer
- "Here's your chance to get away from all the hubbub back in San Francisco for a little bit of well-deserved rest and relaxation!"
- "Oh baby, give me one more chance"
- "- The chance to earn your fortune, without working your butt off."
- "It's a great chance to sample traditional English food!"
- "So if you've got what it takes to write a hit tune, this is your chance."
- "This is the chance to get a bit of perspective on life outside of the Delavigne Corporation."
- "Bruno : Hello Gymglish users, and welcome to "Blissful Business", your chance to get a glimpse of how Susan Bliss, Director of Marketing and Public Relations at the Delavigne Corporation, does business."
- "Leonard : The May Day march is our chance to demand better rights as workers, and Bruno is standing in our way!"
- "It's a lot smaller than Delavigne, but with the right man in charge, it has the chance to grow, and grow, and grow..."
- "This could be your chance to live and work in another part of the world, at any of our offices."
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