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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: The unknown and unpredictable element in happenings that seems to have no assignable cause.
- noun: A force assumed to cause events that cannot be foreseen or controlled; luck: Chance will determine the outcome.
- noun: The likelihood of something happening; possibility or probability. Often used in the plural: Chances are good that you will win. Is there any chance of rain?
- noun: An accidental or unpredictable event.
- noun: A favorable set of circumstances; an opportunity: a chance to escape.
- noun: A risk or hazard; a gamble: took a chance that the ice would hold me.
- noun: Games A raffle or lottery ticket.
- noun: Baseball An opportunity to make a putout or an assist that counts as an error if unsuccessful.
- adjective: Caused by or ascribable to chance; unexpected, random, or casual: a chance encounter; a chance result.
- verb-intransitive: To come about by chance; occur: It chanced that the train was late that day.
- verb-transitive: To take the risk or hazard of: not willing to chance it.
- phrasal-verb: on To find or meet accidentally; happen upon: While in Paris we chanced on two old friends.
- idiom: by chance Without plan; accidentally: They met by chance on a plane.
- idiom: by chance Possibly; perchance: Is he, by chance, her brother?
- idiom: on the off chance In the slight hope or possibility.
- to stand a good chanceturėti viltį
- to take a chance rizikuoti
- by chance atsitiktinai
- he chanc