chance 是什么意思

chance的中文意思是: 机会

chance例句大全

  1. A chance to blot out our mistakes and chance failure into winning.

    一次抹掉我们的错误转败为胜的机会。

  2. Now the chance arrives.

    现在机会来了。

  3. We met by chance.

    我们是偶然相遇的。

  4. It's a chance meeting .

    那是一次偶然的相遇。

  5. This is not chance, for chance, in this case, is too much like Providence .

    这一切不是偶然的,因为这简直太象是天意了。

  6. It happened quite by chance.

    此事纯属偶然。

  7. This year is the last chance, we must seize the chance, otherwise we will regret it.

    今年是最后的机会,我们必须抓住这个机会,否则我们会后悔的。

  8. We discovered it by chance.

    这是我们偶然发现的。

  9. Scuttle any chance of peace

    毁掉和平的一切机会

  10. Now's our chance.

    他在重新装药,这是个好机会。

  11. fortuitous means simply by chance.

    Fortuitous是指纯属偶然。

  12. Let's leave it to chance.

    让我们听其自然吧。

  13. If you have a chance.

    您要是有机会来啊。

  14. Cytochrome C protein by chance?

    细胞色素C蛋白是偶然的吗?

  15. I won purely by chance.

    我完全是侥幸赢的。

  16. A chance to start over.

    一个从头开始的机会。

  17. I want that second chance, Haley .

    我想得到那第二次机会,海莉。

  18. yesterday I met her by chance.

    昨天我刚巧碰到她。

  19. Less chance, but I think hard!

    几率很小,但是我想努力!

  20. Any chance he was getting kickbacks ?

    他有可能收受回扣吗?

  21. You have another chance.

    振作起来!你还有一次机会。

  22. We can but lose a chance.

    我们只不过失去了个机会罢了。

  23. Now's your chance to distinguish yourself.

    你大显身手的时机到啦!

  24. There is only one percent chance.

    只有百分之一的概率。

  25. I shall not have the chance.

    轮不到我。

  26. Here is a chance for you.

    你的机会来了。

  27. Are they by any chance related?

    他们有可能是亲戚吗?

  28. I'm lucky last night by chance.

    我能够赢纯粹靠运气。

  29. Damon: Ok, it's your last chance.

    好了,这是你最后的机会了。

  30. Don't let the good chance slip.

    良机勿失。

  31. It's your first and last chance!

    你第一次也是最后的机会!

  32. He decided to take a chance.

    他决定冒险一试。

  33. Hoping for their chance at stardom.

    渴望着成为明星的机会。

  34. He faltered and lost his chance.

    他犹豫不决,丧失了机会。

  35. So will politicians seize the chance?

    政治家们会抓住这个机会吗?

  36. If by any chance he lives.

    如果他真能挺过来。

  37. Happening by chance or accident ; fortuitous.

    或有的,偶然的,意外的。

  38. A chance encounter in the park.

    在公园里的偶然相遇。

  39. I thought I'd take a chance.

    我想撞撞运气。

  40. I beg a chance to rectify.

    我请求改正的机会。

chance中英翻译结果
出自:柯林斯词典

1
可能(性);机会
If there is a chance of something happening, it is possible that it will happen.
  1. Do you think they have a chance of beating Australia?...

    你认为他们有可能击败澳大利亚吗?

  2. This partnership has a good chance of success...

    这个组合获胜的希望很大。

  3. The specialist who carried out the brain scan thought Tim's chances of survival were still slim...

    给蒂姆做脑部扫描的专科医生认为他活下来的可能性仍旧渺茫。

  4. There was really very little chance that Ben would ever have led a normal life.

    本过上正常人的生活的机会真的非常小。

2
机会;机遇
If you have a chance to do something, you have the opportunity to do it.
  1. The electoral council announced that all eligible people would get a chance to vote...

    选举委员会宣布,所有有资格者都将获得投票的机会。

  2. Most refugee doctors never get the chance to practice medicine in British hospitals...

    多数去避难的医生永远没有机会在英国医院行医。

  3. I felt I had to give him a chance.

    我觉得自己必须给他个机会。

3
偶然的;意外的;凑巧的
A chance meeting or event is one that is not planned or expected.
  1. ...a chance meeting.

    偶遇

4
碰巧(做);偶然发现
If you chance to do something or chance on something, you do it or find it although you had not planned or tried to.
  1. A man I chanced to meet proved to be a most unusual character...

    我邂逅了一个人,后来发现他是个极为与众不同的家伙。

  2. It was just then that I chanced to look round.

    就在那时,我恰好环顾了下四周。

  3. ...Christopher Columbus, who chanced upon the Dominican Republic nearly 500 years ago.

    克里斯托弗·哥伦布,在近500年前偶然发现多米尼加共和国的人

5
冒…的险
If you chance something, you do it even though there is a risk that you may not succeed or that something bad may happen.
  1. Andy knew the risks. I cannot believe he would have chanced it...

    安迪知道有风险,我不敢相信他竟然甘冒其险。

  2. He decided no assassin would chance a shot from amongst that crowd.

    他认定,没有刺客会冒险混在人群里开枪。

6
偶然;碰巧
Something that happens by chance was not planned by anyone.
  1. He had met Mr Maude by chance.

    他曾邂逅过莫德先生。

7
(用以询问某事是否属实)会不会,可能
You can use by any chance when you are asking questions in order to find out whether something that you think might be true is actually true.
  1. Are they by any chance related?

    他们有可能是亲戚吗?

8
有可能;有机会
If you say that someone stands a chance of achieving something, you mean that they are likely to achieve it. If you say that someone doesn't stand a chance of achieving something, you mean that they cannot possibly achieve it.
  1. Being very good at science subjects, I stood a good chance of gaining high grades...

    我理科很棒,所以很有机会拿高分。

  2. Neither is seen as standing any chance of snatching the leadership from him.

    两人都不被认为有任何可能从他手中夺得领导权。

9
冒险;碰运气
When you take a chance, you try to do something although there is a large risk of danger or failure.
  1. You take a chance on the weather if you holiday in the UK...

    在英国度假,只有赌天气了。

  2. From then on, they were taking no chances...

    从那时起,他们就不再冒险了。

  3. Dennis was not a man to take chances.

    丹尼斯不是个敢冒风险的人。

chance用法示例
出自:牛津词典

1
(尤指希望发生的事的)可能性
a possibility of sth happening, especially sth that you want
2
有可能弄到今晚的票吗?
Is there any chance of getting tickets for tonight?
3
她通过考试的希望很渺茫。
She has only a slim chance of passing the exam.
4
他及时赶回来的可能性不大。
There's a slight chance that he'll be back in time.
5
他不可能改变主意。
There is no chance that he will change his mind.
6
找到生还者的希望有多大?
What chance is there of anybody being found alive?
7
如今早产儿成活的希望非常大。
Nowadays a premature baby has a very good chance of survival.
8
这次手术成功的可能性是50%。
The operation has a fifty-fifty chance of success.
9
遭雷击的可能性是微乎其微的。
The chances are a million to one against being struck by lightning.
10
非常小的可能性
an outside chance (= a very small one)
11
机会;机遇;时机
a suitable time or situation when you have the opportunity to do sth
12
我们今年不会再有机会度假了。
We won't get another chance of a holiday this year.
13
请给我一个解释的机会。
Please give me a chance to explain.
14
那正是她一直等待的机会。
It was the chance she had been waiting for.
15
家长将有机会参观学校。
There will be a chance for parents to look around the school.
16
杰夫已骗过我一次,我不会再给他机会。
Jeff deceived me once already─I won't give him a second chance .
17
这是你成功的大好机会。
This is your big chance (= opportunity for success) .
18
今晚是你在本地剧院看上这出戏的最后一次机会。
Tonight is your last chance to catch the play at your local theatre.
19
风险;冒险
an unpleasant or dangerous possibility
20
安装电器设备时千万不要冒险,弄错了有可能会出人命的。
When installing electrical equipment don't take any chances . A mistake could kill.
21
偶然;碰巧;意外
the way that some things happen without any cause that you can see or understand
22
我碰巧在机场遇见她。
I met her by chance (= without planning to) at the airport.
23
国际象棋不是靠运气取胜的。
Chess is not a game of chance .
24
我们俩当时都在场纯属巧合。
It was pure chance that we were both there.
25
我们将非常周密地筹划一切,决不留任何纰漏。
We'll plan everything very carefully and leave nothing to chance .
26
凑巧;碰巧
happening in a way that was lucky, although it was not planned
27
赶巧约翰也去伦敦,所以我跟他一块儿去了。
As chance would have it, John was going to London too, so I went with him.
28
有可能成功;有机会获得
to have the possibility of succeeding or achieving sth
29
“你认为我们会获胜吗?”“我觉得有可能。”
‘Do you think we'll win?’ ‘I think we're in with a chance.’
30
他大有可能考试合格。
He's in with a good chance of passing the exam.
31
(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.
32
你爱上他了?
Are you in love with him, by any chance?
33
可能…
it is likely that…
34
你可能不用付钱。
The chances are you won't have to pay.
35
苦于没有机会
people say chance 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
36
给…一些机会
to give sb/sth some opportunity to do sth
37
只要一有机会,那条狗就会狠咬你一口。
That dog will give you a nasty bite, given half a chance.
38
不可能
there is no possibility
39
“你认为他会做这事吗?”“不可能。”
‘Do you think he'll do it?’ ‘No chance.’
40
抱(一线)希望;碰碰运气
because of the possibility of sth happening, although it is unlikely
41
我想你不会在家,只是碰碰运气顺路来看一下。
I didn't think you'd be at home but I just called by on the off chance.
42
有可能成功;有机会获得
to have the possibility of succeeding or achieving sth
43
司机没有来得及刹车。
The driver didn't stand a chance of stopping in time.
44
冒险
to decide to do sth, knowing that it might be the wrong choice
45
我们怀着天气可能会好的侥幸心理筹划到户外聚会。
We took a chance on the weather and planned to have the party outside.
46
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
47
他冒险跳进水里。
He took his chances and jumped into the water.
48
毫无机会;绝无可能
to have no chance at all
49
他根本不可能通过这次考试。
He hasn't a dog's chance of passing the exam.
50
要努力奋斗才有的一线成功机会
a small chance of being successful if a great effort is made
51
根本不可能;毫无机会
to have no chance at all
52
比较有成功希望的机会
a reasonable chance of success
53
冒险;拿…去冒风险
to risk sth, although you know the result may not be successful
54
她无照驾车,完全是在冒险。
She was chancing her luck driving without a licence.
55
“带上伞吧。”“不带,我就冒冒险吧。”
‘Take an umbrella.’ ‘No, I'll chance it (= take the risk that it may rain) .’
56
我躲了起来,不能冒险出去。
I stayed hidden; I couldn't chance coming out.
57
偶然发生;碰巧
to happen or to do sth by chance
58
要是我真的碰巧发现她的行踪,会立即通知你的。
If I do chance to find out where she is, I'll inform you immediately.
59
他们碰巧住在同一家旅馆。
They chanced to be staying at the same hotel.
60
碰巧他们住在同一家旅馆。
It chanced (that) they were staying at the same hotel.
61
冒险一试;碰碰运气
to take a risk although you will probably fail
62
偶然发现;碰巧遇到
to find or meet sb/sth unexpectedly or by chance
63
有一天他偶然发现了埃玛的日记,便开始读了起来。
One day he chanced upon Emma's diary and began reading it.
64
意外的;偶然的;碰巧的
not planned
65
邂逅
a chance meeting/encounter
66
以上各词均指机遇、命运、运气。
These are all words for things that happen or the force that causes them to happen.
67
指机遇、命运、运气:
the force that causes good or bad things to happen to people
68
这戒指总是给我带来好运。
This ring has always brought me good luck.
69
指偶然、碰巧、意外:
the way that some things happen without any cause that you can see or understand
70
这结果可能纯属意外。
The results could simply be due to chance.
71
指出人意料的巧合、巧事:
the fact of two things happening at the same time by chance, in a surprising way
72
他们因一连串奇妙的巧合而相遇。
They met through a series of strange coincidences.
73
指意外、偶然的事:
something that happens unexpectedly and is not planned in advance
74
他们早到仅仅是偶然而已。
Their early arrival was just an accident.
75
尤指影响人生的机会、运气:
( rather formal ) luck or chance, especially in the way it affects people's lives
76
只有那次我们运气好,那一天阳光普照。
For once, fortune was on our side: the sun shone that day.
77
指命运、天数、定数、天意:
the power that is believed to control everything that happens and that cannot be stopped or changed
78
命中注定她永远到不了美国。
Fate decreed that she would never reach America.
79
指主宰事物的力量、命运之神:
the power that is believed to control events
80
我总认为有某种力量在指引着我们——叫它上帝也罢,天意也罢,还是命运也罢。
I believe there's some force guiding us─call it God, destiny or fate.
81
指上帝、苍天、天佑:
( formal ) God, or a force that some people believe controls our lives and the things that happen to us, usually in a way that protects us
82
他相信上苍。
He trusted in divine providence.
83
用fate、destiny还是providence?
fate, destiny or providence?
84
一般认为providence是善意的,即使降临苦难也是上帝安排的一部分;fate有时是善意的,但那只是意外的恩赐;同样经常地,fate也是残酷的,使人感到无能为力;destiny更可能给人力量的感觉,具有强烈使命感的人通常认为自己是天生伟大或成就伟大事业的人。
Providence is usually seen as being kind: even when it sends suffering, this is accepted as being part of God's plan. Fate can be kind, but this is an unexpected gift; just as often, fate is cruel and makes people feel helpless. Destiny is more likely to give people a sense of power: people who have a strong sense of destiny usually believe that they are meant to be great or do great things.
chance英语释义
出自:WordNet

1
a risk involving danger
例子:
  1. you take a chance when you let her drive
2
a measure of how likely it is that some event will occur;a number expressing the ratio of favorable cases to the whole number of cases possible
例子:
  1. the probability that an unbiased coin will fall with the head up is 0.5

近义词: probability

3
an unknown and unpredictable phenomenon that causes an event to result one way rather than another
例子:
  1. bad luck caused his downfall
  2. we ran into each other by pure chance

近义词: luck,fortune,hazard

4
the possibility of future success
例子:
  1. his prospects as a writer are excellent

近义词: prospect

5
a possibility due to a favorable combination of circumstances
例子:
  1. the holiday gave us the opportunity to visit Washington
  2. now is your chance

近义词: opportunity

6
come upon, as if by accident;meet with
例子:
  1. We find this idea in Plato
  2. I happened upon the most wonderful bakery not very far from here
  3. She chanced upon an interesting book in the bookstore the other day

近义词: find,happen,bump,encounter

7
take a risk in the hope of a favorable outcome
例子:
  1. When you buy these stocks you are gambling

近义词: gamble,risk,hazard,take chances,adventure,run a risk,take a chance

8
be the case by chance
例子:
  1. I chanced to meet my old friend in the street