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chance pronunciación
noun
1 the way that things happen unplanned and unforeseen.
2 fate or luck; fortune.
3 an unforeseen and unexpected occurrence.
4 a possibility or probability.
5 a possible or probable success.
6 an opportunity your big chance .
7 risk; a gamble take a chance .
verb (chanced , chancing )
1 to risk something.
2 intr to do or happen by chance I chanced to meet her .
[13c: from French cheance , from Latin cadentia falling]
chanceful adjective .
be in with a chance to have some hope of success.
chance it or chance one's luck or chance one's arm to take a risk, although the likelihood of success is slim.
chance would be a fine thing! colloq some hope!
the chances are?it is likely that?
an eye to the main chance a tendency to act from motives of personal advantage.
no chance or not a chance no likelihood of success.
on the off chance in hope rather than expectation.
an outside chance a very faint possibility.
stand a good chance to have a reasonable expectation of success.
take a chance on to place one's trust or hope in.
take one's chance or chances to risk an undertaking; to accept whatever happens.
chance on or upon someone or something to meet or find them by accident.


chancel
noun the eastern part of a church containing the altar, usually separated from the nave by a screen or steps.
[14c: French, from Latin cancellus , from cancelli lattice, grating]


chancellery or chancellory
noun (chancelleries or chancellories )
1 the rank of chancellor.
2 a chancellor's department or staff.
3 (also chancery)
a the offices or residence of a chancellor;
b the office of an embassy or consulate.


chancellor pronunciación
noun
1 the head of the government in certain European countries.
2 a state or legal official of various kinds. See also Lord Chancellor.
3 in the UK: the honorary head of a university.
4 in the US: the president of a university or college.
[11c: from French chanceler , from Latin cancellarius court usher]
chancellorship noun .


Chancellor of the Exchequer
noun in the British government: the chief minister of finance.


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