The electoral council announced that all eligible people would get a chance to vote.
I'll write when I get the chance.
I felt I had to give him a chance to show whether he had reformed or not.
I'd like to have a chance to travel.
She put the phone down before I had a chance to reply.
I just need to give Abed a chance.
Do you think I've got a chance?
Their chances of winning are very good.
Do you think they have a chance of beating Australia?
There is little chance of his coming.
It all depends on chance.
It was pure chance that I arrived at that moment.
It was a chance in a million that brought us together.
It was a lucky chance that gave me the opportunity to make amends.
We created far more chances than they did in the first half.
It was a definite chance and he should have taken it.
Braddock gave a difficult chance to Muggins in the gulley.
vt. chance your arm：冒险一试；碰运气
Bates was chancing his arm in trying to hit the wicket from that distance.
She chanced her arm and achieved a lucky hit.
He decided no assassin would chance a shot from amongst that crowd.
There's a risk that I'll be caught, but I'm going to chance it.
I chanced to overhear them talking about your work.
It was just then that I chanced to look round.
What if it should chance to rain on that particular afternoon?