not a chance

not a chance

There is no possibility that that will happen. You? Beat me? At ping pong? Not a chance! You actually think Gina will go with you to the dance? Not a chance, pal.
See also: chance, not

Not a chance!

Inf. There is no chance at all that something will happen. (A variation of (There is) no chance.) Sally: Do you think our team will win today? Mary: Not a chance! Jane: Can I have this delivered by Saturday? Clerk: Not a chance!
See also: not

not a chance

interj. no. Me lend you money? Not a chance!
See also: chance, not
References in classic literature ?
Do all that you know, and try all that you don't: Not a chance must be wasted to-day!
The conversation did not flag for an instant, so that the princess, who always kept in reserve, in case a subject should be lacking, two heavy guns--the relative advantages of classical and of modern education, and universal military service--had not to move out either of them, while Countess Nordston had not a chance of chaffing Levin.
There is not a chance of her affection being returned.
Vampa measured the distance; the man was at least two hundred paces in advance of him, and there was not a chance of overtaking him.