Idiom: no chance
Idiom: no chance / not (have) a chance
- not having any possibility
- I wish that man would stop asking because there’s no chance I’ll ever go on a date with him.
- I guess there's no chance we'll get there on time.
- "Is there anyway you can lend me $50?" "Not a chance, sorry."
- I tried my best but I didn't have a chance against the more experienced player.
- There's no chance you're going to get an extension on your paper because the professor is very strict about deadlines.
- We don't have a chance of getting to the hospital in time so pull the car over—I'm having this baby right now.
- Everyone told me I had no chance of making a living as an artist but I've had several successful shows and my paintings are selling very well.
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