take the opportunityShe expected him to take the opportunity to cross-question her about the murder.
have the opportunitythe parent would have the opportunity of making an appropriate
provide an opportunityThis will provide an opportunity for investigating the complaints and remedying any flaws before the trial.
give the opportunity
opportunity to makeSelling the tickets gave Paula an opportunity to make her play for Jeff Freeman.
ample opportunityIn other words, we must motivate our learner to think, and give her ample opportunity to do so.
opportunity to seeThe Wall-Paintings of Thera provides a first opportunity to see all the excavated frescos.
little opportunityThey have little opportunity to use judgment or creativity.
golden opportunityBut as the game's tempo reached fever pitch, Saunders squandered a golden opportunity to grab an equaliser.
opportunity to get‘I suppose it's to enable blasted Bertha to remain in it — just when you have the opportunity to get her out.
take this opportunityYour Committee is delighted to announce that the Salop Steam Society have granted this request and take this opportunity of expressing their grateful thanks to them.
opportunity to meetThereafter, there will be a brief entertainment–coffee–and an opportunity to meet together in the Undercroft.
excellent opportunityThese provide an excellent opportunity for press relations work.
opportunity to doIn other words, we must motivate our learner to think, and give her ample opportunity to do so.
equal opportunityThe equal opportunity for social mobility was a commonplace in the public mind but pressure of numbers began to render that equality suspect, since it seemed unequal in fact.
opportunity to discussSooner or later you will be given an opportunity to discuss your learning needs with a senior nurse.
give an opportunity
opportunity to takeIt gives everyone an opportunity to take stock.
opportunity to useThey have little opportunity to use judgment or creativity.
opportunity to talkI may look for another opportunity to talk to Mrs Tate.’
opportunity to workAs an organisation the Trust owes much to the tourist industry and it welcomes the opportunity to work alongside the regional tourist boards and the travel trade.
every opportunity‘So what are you doing here — you're highly recognizable with your picture in the papers at every opportunity…’
opportunity to goAll the other matches ended in draws but Nottinghamshire wasted an opportunity to go top of the table at Lord's.
first opportunityThe Wall-Paintings of Thera provides a first opportunity to see all the excavated frescos.
great opportunityIndeed for me the conference was a great opportunity to meet so many CA staff, whose vitality and unity, in a common cause impressed me.
opportunity to commentWe are grateful for the opportunity to comment on the revision of this important planning guidance note.
opportunity to raiseThese situations offer an even better opportunity to raise your status than meetings.
ideal opportunityIt was the ideal opportunity to learn and develop new ideas and think about new techniques.
opportunity to expressThis is often the result of lack of ability or opportunity to express their sorrow, or avoidance of the realisation of their loss.
fair opportunityThe overriding obligation is to provide the applicant with a fair hearing and a fair opportunity to controvert the charge.
have an opportunityBut, as luck would have it, I didn't have an opportunity to follow up my intention at the time.
seize the opportunityThe hope now is that the tour operators and the local population will seize the opportunity presented to the island.