take chances

  1. take a risk in the hope of a favorable outcome
    When you buy these stocks you are gambling
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How To Use take chances In A Sentence

  • Rather than take chances, Orléans struck a deal with leading parlementaires by promising to restore their right of remonstrance before the registration of laws in return for annulling the will.
  • Derby toyed with City's feeble efforts in the second half and were content not to take chances. The Sun
  • They were willing to take chances, and were extremely supportive and adventuresome.
  • You don't have the buccaneering spirit that you had when studio heads were willing to take chances.
  • Traffic officers believe that while occasional drink-drivers have been deterred from running the gauntlet, hardened offenders are continuing to take chances with other people's lives on the roads.
  • For, even if they knew in general that it was unlikely to be the case, they could not afford to take chances.
  • Unfortunately, they see a business start-up loan as a risky venture. Most of them do not want to take chances with their money.
  • As his name implies he is the esence of empicism in the quest for answers and willing to take chances for the truth, he is also a nostic character intended to understand the universe around him. The Tail Section » Late Spoiler Updates
  • Not wanting to take chances, now the puppies are given syrup as a booster dose to improve their health condition, says the animal keeper.
  • To deliver team performance, people must take chances on constructive conflict, hard work, interdependence, and trust.
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