last chance (for/at/to do something)

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last chance (for/at/to do something)

The last or final opportunity to get, have, do, or achieve something. Hurry and book your flights today—this is your last chance for the cheapest tickets in town! I'm giving you one last chance to surrender. This fight is my last chance at a championship boxing title.
See also: chance, last
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But Lewis-Francis has one last chance at the European Championships and he will be looking to defend the silver medal he won two years ago in Barcelona.
While she really longs to be popular, she longs for a real home even more: when given the choice between living with her mother or her last chance at a normal home, which should she choose?
The midfielder has struggled to impress successive managers enough to get a run in the side over the last two seasons and now feels he is facing his last chance at Highfield Road.
But I am going to try because I see this as my last chance at Coventry.
This series follows Shelly Bookwalter and Kyle Peterson as they forge an alliance to give unwanted dogs across the South one last chance at survival.
Instead, she is attending summer classes at El Dorado School - poring over math problems, writing book reports and doing research papers - her last chance at graduating from eighth grade and advancing to high school.