In addition, the next president will have the opportunity in 2014 to renominate Ben Bernanke as chairman of the Federal Reserve.
Yet it is also a challenge and opportunity for the Taliban and al Qaeda.
Many times in the past, we have all heard that the window of opportunity is closing.
Yet given the window of opportunity in 2008 to say "I do," I did—with the enthusiasm of the fiercest Bridezilla.
And the opportunity to choose your seat is vital—middle seats are for the unprepared.
Suppose I could not find an opportunity to escape with Jetta?
Moreover, she will never again have opportunity to exert influence over me.
It was an opportunity, his wife felt, for telling him about the boy.
We have not had an opportunity of hearing of Mr. Barlee, or what he has done since he was in Adelaide.
Dodds would have sent him to the stake without an opportunity for recantation.
late 14c., from Old French opportunite (13c.) and directly from Latin opportunitatem (nominative opportunitas) "fitness, convenience, suitableness, favorable time," from opportunus (see opportune). Opportunity cost attested from 1911. Expression opportunity knocks but once (at any man's door) attested from 1898.