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chance

  • little chance

    The workers say they've little chance of getting another job.
  • best chance

    ‘If you want to see Greg then he's got to be your best chance.
  • have the chance

    They'd love to have the chance to pry into my personal affairs.’
  • chance of being

    A magnificent 5–1 victory over Carlisle in NorthEast Division One leaves them on top of the table with only a slim chance of being caught.
  • chance of getting

    The workers say they've little chance of getting another job.
  • better chance

    A prairie dog that knows what it's up against may have a better chance of getting away safely.
  • have a chance

    At least you will have a chance to air some of your ideas on the way forward for tourism in Wales.
  • chance to see

    chance to see him in .
  • chance to do

    Now New Yorkers are getting a chance to do a little suffering for art right here at home.
  • get the chance

    ‘If you get the chance to go ashore, take it.
  • chance to use

    DRIVERS have their last chance to use two of Darlington's busiest streets at peak traffic times this weekend.
  • every chance

    Today there is every chance a young victim will recover.
  • chance to go

    ‘If you get the chance to go ashore, take it.
  • get a chance

    I would like to see the current midfield plus Rocky and hodge, and also like to see Strandli get a chance with Deane and wallace.
  • last chance

    Aldridge had one last chance to strike for Tranmere, but could only find the post.
  • good chance

    More good news:-There is a good chance he will be fit to play against Battyburn on Sunday.
  • chance to make

    David Boon survived an early chance to make…— and Australia — on the back foot for much of the morning — began to blossom…

1 comment:

  1. What is the collocation used for very slim chance?

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