No chance - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
(there is) no chance
There is no chance that something will happen. (No chance is informal.) Tom: Do you think that some little country like that will actually attack England? John: There's no chance. Bill: No chance you can lend me a few bucks, is there? Bill: Nope. No chance.
ˈno chance (spoken) there is no possibility of that: ‘Will he do it, do you think?’ ‘No chance!’
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Rollins' misfortune forced him to punch out of the bunker, leaving no chance
to reach the green in two.