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British pronunciation/tˈeɪk ɐ tʃˈans/
American pronunciation/tˈeɪk ɐ tʃˈæns/
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to undertake an action, often involving risk or uncertainty

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Sometimes, taking a chance on love leads to meaningful and fulfilling relationships.
Taking a chance on entrepreneurship, he started his own business.
He realized that cowards die many times before their death, and that taking a chance could lead to great opportunities.
She decided to take a chance on the new job offer in a different city.
The author took a chance by writing a book on an unconventional topic, but she knew that if you do not speculate, you cannot accumulate.
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