we don't stand a chance

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we don't stand a chance
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (we can't succeed)
a. no tenemos ninguna posibilidad
We don't stand a chance if we continue with this business model. Something needs to change.No tenemos ninguna posibilidad si continuamos con este modelo de negocio. Algo tiene que cambiar.
b. no tenemos chance
Regionalism used in Latin America: all the countries in South America, Central America, and the Caribbean. Does not include Spain.
(Latin America)
We don't stand a chance in this competition.No tenemos chance en este concurso.
c. no tenemos nada que hacer
Regionalism used in Spain
Those guys are huge! We don't stand a chance. We might as well forfeit.¡Esos tipos son enormes! No tenemos nada que hacer. Más vale que nos rindamos.
2. (we won't survive)
a. no vamos a sobrevivir
We don't stand a chance outside in this cold. We need to find shelter.No vamos a sobrevivir en el exterior con este frío. Tenemos que buscar refugio.
b. no vamos a vivir a contarlo
We're taking fire from everywhere. If we don't get out of this deathtrap, we don't stand a chance.Disparan desde todas partes. Si no salimos de esta ratonera, no vamos a vivir a contarlo.
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