удобный случай, возможность

Don't let this opportunity slip (pass/go by). — Не упускай эту (такую) возможность/этот (такой) удобный случай.

He was denied college opportunities. — Он не имел возможности учиться в колледже.

I haven't much opportunity of seeing him. — У меня редко предоставляется возможность повидать его.

His opportinities were limited. — Его возможности были ограничены.

- rare opportunity
- strategical opportunities
- commercial opportunities
- trade opportunities
- learning opportunity
- sight-seeing opportunity
- equal opportunities for all
- opportunity for travelling
- opportunity of doing smth
- opportunity for training
- equality of opportunities
- at the earliest opportunity
- at the first opportunity that offers
- at some convenient opportunity
- at every opportunity
- without giving any opportunity
- have an opportunity to do smth
- take every opportunity of talking to smb
- give smb equal opportunities to discuss the matter
- get the opportunity to do smth
- lose the opportunity
- give smb a rare opportunity
- find a good opportunity
- catch a good opportunity
- open unequalled opportunities
- appreciate this opportunity
- welcome this opportunity
- have greater opportunities for the application of this method
- have ample opportunities to study
- use every opportunity to do smth
- have no opportunity to find out the truth
- overlook the opportunity of buying this book
- wait for one's opportunity
- regret one's wasted opportunity
- use one's opportunity wisely
- get an opportunity
- waste an opportunity
- step into an opportunity
- if opportunity offers
- if another opportunity turns up
Значение существительного opportunity ассоциируется с возможностью проникновения куда-либо, что находит выражение в ряде других слов и словосочетаний, сохраняющих общее значение существительного opportunity - возможность: he was on the threshold of an exciting new carier он стоял на пороге новой, увлекательной крьеры; what would you say is the key to success? что по вашему мнению является ключом к успеху?; the company has several openings for trainees у компании есть несколько возможностей для практикантов; not every one has an access to higher education не у всех есть доступ к высшему образованию; I felt that I had got my new job by the back door я чувствовал, что моя новая работа была получена по блату/с "чёрного хода"; she felt that all doors were barred/closed/holted against her она чувствовала, что все пути к успеху для неё закрыты; age is no barrier to success возраст не препятствие к успеху

Большой англо-русский учебный словарь сочетаемости. . 2010.

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