good chanceThey said we've got a good chance now of prosecuting 'em.
have a chanceIt didn't have a chance; not even a tiny chance of living.
little chanceThe Prussian Poles had little chance to exploit any crisis in Prussian affairs.
chance of gettingBut I truly think we can't miss the chance of getting there.’
take a chanceLewis added: ‘But I don't think Holyfield will take a chance by coming to London to defend against me.
better chanceThere might be a better chance now than most times.’
chance of winningThey also have a slim but slightly better chance of winning a vote for a referendum.
chance of beingIf she didn't find a safe corner to rest and eat she stood the chance of being caught.
get a chanceI actually get a chance to have a drink!
per cent chanceMike [Foot]said wryly that if, as Harold Lever said, we had only a 50 per cent chance of avoiding catastrophe, we had better work out a contingency plan in case that chance did not come off.
have the chanceAnd by the way, Laurence advises you to hurry back, as you may have the chance of a part .
give the chance
chance to findDot wished she knew what it felt like to be brave, and wondered if she'd ever get the chance to find out.
get the chanceIf yer ever get the chance o' rentin' the place that is?
chance to playYou'd think they'd be intrigued at a chance to play detectives.
every chanceAnd every chance a noble knight.
chance to takeOxford away in the next round, a home game for me, and another chance to take the piss out of the locals.
chance of seeingThey're planted quite closely together to deny any weeds a chance of seeing the sunshine.
give a chance
chance of havingWho are they to be denied any chance of having future pension rights secured under new clause 4 and amendment No. 17?
chance to get‘That's our chance to get up to tomfoolery!’
chance to haveAt least there's not a lot of chance to have hassles.
chance to winNow is your chance to win a five-door Renault Clio RT 1.4 in this marvellous BBC Gardeners World Magazine /Renault competition, in conjunction with the Horticultural Trades Association (HTA).
best chanceTobermore's best chance came five minutes later when Reid sent to Pattison, but he fumbled and his effort went wide.
chance to bringOur forecaster Charlie Neil is being given the chance to bring you more detail on our region's weather conditions, and sometimes a look ahead to local events.
chance to seeBecause I work for many different functions I get the chance to see many different kinds of weddings.
chance to talk‘A few things have cropped up that I didn't have a chance to talk to you about last night.’
chance cameMy chance came some weeks later, when he visited me one November evening in my little cottage.
chance to putI have never had the chance to put properly my side of the story.