GlobifyGlobify

chancenoun

  • ja機会、見込み
  • enpossibility or probability

Examples

PLAY
0:38 / --:--
Unmute
1.
Raymond's a brilliant detective.
2.
It's just when a case involves me, he can get a little overemotional.
3.
- You remember the safe house. - Oh, yeah, he went crazy.
4.
But I also remember you and me becoming best friends and watching every Nic Cage movie ever made.
5.
Can you still quote them all?
6.
No, I purged myself of that nonsense.
7.
I bet it's still in there.
8.
- It's not. - We'll see.
9.
- We won't. - There's a chance it's in there.
10.
Chance of zero.
11.
I'd put money that maybe it's there.
12.
- You're losing your money. - Okay.
PLAY
3:18 / --:--
Unmute
1.
I gave up everything for this show!
2.
Any chance of having a normal life!
PLAY
5:39 / --:--
Unmute
1.
- After you, sir. - No, thank you.
2.
I never let anyone walk behind me.
3.
Seven out of 10 attacks are from the rear.
4.
Okay, well, that still leaves a 30% chance that I'll attack you from the front.
5.
Yeah, but it'll be easier to stop.
6.
I can always block the blow or I can counter it with—
PLAY
3:14 / --:--
Unmute
1.
So for the first time, because they don't know your card, what was your card?
2.
Six of diamonds.
3.
Six of diamonds?
4.
You shuffled the packet.
5.
I have no idea what your card is or where it was.
6.
The chances of the six of diamonds being in here is about 50%.
PLAY
5:16 / --:--
Unmute
1.
Is there any chance you'll be able to walk again?
2.
Without the assistance of crutches and braces, like you or you, no.

Other meanings for chance...

chancenoun

  • jaチャンス、好機、機会
  • ensomething that happens unpredictably without discernible human intention or observable cause
PLAY
2:13 / --:--
Unmute
1.
It's a game of chance.
2.
How do you always win?
3.
You always pick paper.
PLAY
1:47 / --:--
Unmute
1.
You think this is just chance?
2.
We're all here for a reason.
3.
Becky!
4.
Oh, my God.
PLAY
2:43 / --:--
Unmute
1.
You put us together 3 times.
2.
That wasn't us, that was just chance.
PLAY
0:12 / --:--
Unmute
1.
The kiss cam's magic doesn't happen by chance.
2.
They have to select the kissers.
PLAY
0:42 / --:--
Unmute
1.
Is this yours, by any chance?
2.
I'm not sure. Where was it found?
PLAY
2:31 / --:--
Unmute
1.
She keeps running into him by chance.
2.
They’re set up on a blind date.
3.
They’re at the same nail salon.
PLAY
4:12 / --:--
Unmute
1.
I never had a plan.
2.
The best things happen by chance because that's life.

chancenoun

  • jaチャンス、好機、機会
  • ena suitable time or situation when you have the opportunity to do something
PLAY
0:07 / --:--
Unmute
1.
Okay, now, I trust that both of you had a chance to review the script?
2.
- Yeah. - Good.
3.
- Now, throw them away! - What the hell?
PLAY
2:56 / --:--
Unmute
1.
- Oh! - Well, it's official.
2.
Old Dwight is lame, and new Dwight is cool.
3.
That's not true.
4.
- Oh, my God. - Just give me another chance.
PLAY
0:21 / --:--
Unmute
1.
Now you listen up, doc.
2.
You got one chance.
3.
You let her go, I'll let you live.
4.
This isn't a negotiation.
PLAY
1:49 / --:--
Unmute
1.
We're only gonna get 1 chance at this!
2.
Come on, Ruffy, jump! Jump!
3.
Yes!
PLAY
3:30 / --:--
Unmute
1.
But I believe that every day you wake up, and you have a chance to be kind.
PLAY
2:15 / --:--
Unmute
1.
Hello, Orin.
2.
Thank you so much for applying.
3.
Now leave.
4.
Hey, give him a chance.