golden opportunity


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a golden opportunity

An outstanding, perhaps even ideal, chance to do something. Often one that happens rarely. This is a golden opportunity for you—please don't cancel this interview.
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(a) golden opportunity

Fig. an excellent opportunity that is not likely to be repeated. When I failed to finish college, I missed my golden opportunity to prepare myself for a good job.
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A golden opportunity usually arises if actual conflict may occur far in the future.
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"We have a golden opportunity to not only expand residential development, but get some prime development in our area that will attract people," says Brazeau, and that is why it is critical to complete the four-laning of Highway 11.
When Dennese Guadeloupe Rojas was laid off from her production position at a direct mail company in the late '80s, she was disappointed about losing a job but she viewed it as a "golden opportunity" to pursue her life's passion.
8, I got a golden opportunity to use the statement during another debate with Falwell on Fox News Channel.
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When Marta Donayre first heard about the Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride, she saw a golden opportunity to educate people about the plight of binational same-sex couples.
For the Americans, it is a golden opportunity to make friends, have fun and see their country through new eyes.
In fa iling to do so, White has missed a golden opportunity to provide an extended discussion of the intimate histories of state formation and African culture.