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n., pl. -ties.
- A favorable or advantageous circumstance or combination of circumstances.
- A favorable or suitable occasion or time.
- A chance for progress or advancement.
SYNONYMS opportunity, occasion, opening, chance, break. These nouns refer to a favorable or advantageous circumstance or combination of circumstances. Opportunity is an auspicious state of affairs or a suitable time: â€œIf you prepare yourself . . . you will be able to grasp opportunity for broader experience when it appearsâ€ (Eleanor Roosevelt). Occasion suggests the proper time for action: an auspicious occasion; an occasion for celebration. An opening is an opportunity affording a good possibility of success: waited patiently for her opening, then exposed the report's inconsistency. Chance often implies an opportunity that arises through luck or accident: a chance for us to chat; no chance of losing. A break is an often sudden piece of luck, especially good luck: got his first big break in Hollywood.