One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
No chance at all.‘you wouldn't have a dog's chance’‘a month ago I didn't give him a dog's chance’
- ‘There is not a dog's chance of that happening.’
- ‘There is not a dog's chance of the country recovering to the top half of the organisation within a decade.’
- ‘The Government did aim at that objective, but it has now had to acknowledge that there is not a dog's chance of meeting it.’
- ‘He says, ‘They are not to blame, they have not a dog's chance - we should be like them if we settled here.’’
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