Chanc

Chanc
Chanc
abbrev.
1. Chancellor
2. Chancery

English World dictionary. . 2014.

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  • chanc — chanc; chanc·i·ly; chanc·i·ness; chanc·ey; …   English syllables

  • chanc|y — «CHAN see, CHAHN », adjective, chanc|i|er, chanc|i|est. subject to chance; uncertain; risky: »Acting, which has always been a chancy profession, is more precarious than ever in Hollywood (New York Times) …   Useful english dictionary

  • chanc|ey — «CHAN see, CHAHN », adjective, chanc|i|er, chanc|i|est. = chancy. (Cf. ↑chancy) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Chanc — abbrev. 1. Chancellor 2. Chancery * * * …   Universalium

  • chanc — (chancellor) prime minister of certain European countries; secretary to a king or other important official; administrative officer of a university (USA); title of certain judges; priest in charge of a chancery (Catholicism) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • chanc|er — «CHAN suhr, CHAHN », noun. British Slang. 1. a clumsy, incompetent person. 2. a person who takes any kind of risk, as by speculating, gambling, or lying. ╂[< chance + er1] …   Useful english dictionary

  • chanc´i|ness — chanc|y «CHAN see, CHAHN », adjective, chanc|i|er, chanc|i|est. subject to chance; uncertain; risky: »Acting, which has always been a chancy profession, is more precarious than ever in Hollywood (New York Times) …   Useful english dictionary

  • chanc. — 1. chancellor. 2. chancery. * * * …   Universalium

  • chanc — abbreviation chancellor; chancery …   Useful english dictionary

  • chanc. — 1. chancellor. 2. chancery. * * * abbrev 1. Chancellor 2. Chancery …   Useful english dictionary

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