a long shot

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marcyana

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Spanish - Spain
Watching a TV series I came across the following sentence: "I know it's a long shot, but would you like to have dinner with me tomorrow?"; this is a about a guy asking a woman out just a few minutes after meeting her. Does it mean that it might be too soon, or that maybe he's asking for too much? Thanks.
 
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