關於Chances的意思和用法的提問

包含"Chances"的句子的意思

Q: Chances are 是什麼意思
A: It's a way of expressing that there is a high probability that something will (or will not) happen.

"Chances are it's going to rain tomorrow."
"Chances are it's not going to happen this year."
"Chances are our team will lose again."

It's pretty informal, but very common.

I hope this helps!
Q: Chances are you do.是什麼意思
A: Yes, that is basically it. It is similar to "likely" or "probably". For example, "Chances are you don't win" means "It is likely that you will not win".
Q: Chances are good that...是什麼意思
A: 大概会发生
Q: Chances are fat.是什麼意思
A: Chances are "small"

Means they'll probably fail

"Chances" 的用法和例句

Q: 請提供關於 Chances are ... 的例句給我。
A: Chances are, she already bought that shirt

Chances are, he’s already been fired

Chances are, my friends are throwing me surprise party

Chances are : usually means something is likely to happen but you are not sure
Q: 請提供關於 Chances are 的例句給我。
A:
If you mean to start the sentence with ‘chances are’ a few examples would be:

Chances are, it’ll rain tonight.
Chances are, the homework is not due today.
Chances are, she already heard the news.

^ It’s okay to use a comma but it isn’t necessary. Even without the comma, the meanings will stay the same.
Q: 請提供關於 Chances are... 的例句給我。
A: Chances are its going to rain- grab an umbrella!

Chances are she’s right (you may hear this told to you about someone who is correct about something, but you may be unsure/doubtful)

Chances are kind of means “probably.”

Hope that helps!
Q: 請提供關於 Chances are... 的例句給我。
A: the phrase "chances are..." indicates a high possibility of something happening..

"chances are we are going to win."

"chances are they are going to lose."

"chances are someone will post a better answer to your question."

"Chances"的近義詞和區別

Q: Chances are high that the employee will interact with a computer that processes information 和 the employee is likely to interact with a computer that processes information 的差別在哪裡?
A: Both have the same meaning. Like you said, the former sounds more sophisticated.
Q: Chances are HIGH that you become homeless in the near future. . 和 Chances are you become homelss in the near future. 和 The chance of you becoming homeless is high. 的差別在哪裡?
A: Chances are high that you WILL become homeless in the near future.
Chances are you WILL become homeless in the near future.
The chance of you becoming homeless is high.
So, I'd say they all hold almost the same meaning, just a slight difference is you using 'high' in 1st and 3rd sentence, so the possibility of that happening is a bit stronger. Also you added 'in the near future' in the first 2, while in the 3rd one there is no time mentioned, so it might happen even in far future. Other than that, I would say there is no difference except in the sentence order. Hope it helps 🙃
Q: Chances are (that) he has already got there. 和 It is likely (that) he has already got there. 的差別在哪裡?
A:
Chances are he has already gotten there.

Chances are he overslept today.
Chances are it's going to rain soon.
Chances are they've already broken up.
このような例文はいかがでしょうか。
かなり自由に使えると思いますし、意味は全然伝わります。"likely"と同じですから

"Chances"有關的其他問題

Q: Chances were that no one would notice what I was doing except me.
What’s the word “chances” exactly mean?How can I translate it to Chinese?And why?
A: Chance like the chance of something happening. The sentence is saying that there is a higher chance that no one would notice (versus the chance that someone does notice).

The meaning is similar to "It is more likely than not..." or "It's probably true that..."


Maybe 很可能 or 十有八九 but my Chinese is not good enough to really say 😥
Q: Chances are I get my days and night mixed up. Does this sound natural?

I wanted to say that If I have a sleep in day time, there are more chances that my days and nights are mixed up.

Thanks😁
A: If I sleep during the daytime, chances are I'll get my days and nights mixed up.

It sounds ok the way you wrote it, but you need to include the part about sleeping in the daytime (for context).
Q: What does he say?
"Chances are you're one of them. ???? let's get started."
A: Without further ado.

It means "without delay / immediately."
Q: Chances are that they were just looking for another qualification, it's not your fault or insufficiency.

Please correct me naturally!
I wanted to express that you are not lack of anything. Which word is more appropriate in this sentence?
A: Chances are that they were just focusing on another qualification. It’s not because you’re insufficient.

^ I think “focusing on” is more natural and comforting in this case.
Q: Chances are, he left home empty-handed because he hurried. 聼起來自然嗎?
A: It sounds more natural if you say "he was in a hurry".

"[The] chances are [that] he left home empty-handed because he was in a hurry."

[ ] = optional (but recommended in formal/written English)

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