- [U][C]命运 power believed to control all events
- [C]死亡,毁灭 an end or result
an event (or a course of events) that will inevitably happen in the future
the ultimate agency regarded as predetermining the course of events (often personified as a woman);
"we are helpless in the face of destiny"
your overall circumstances or condition in life (including everything that happens to you);
"whatever my fortune may be"
"deserved a better fate"
"has a happy lot"
"the luck of the Irish"
"a victim of circumstances"
"success that was her portion"
decree or designate beforehand;
"She was destined to become a great pianist"
- Are we the puppets of fate?
- She wondered what fate had in store for her next.
- The fate is waits for the matchmaker?
- Theirs is a fate perennially suffered by intellectuals.
- I don't believe in fate.
- The company's fate is still uncertain.
- They met with a terrible fate.
- Those evil men met with a terrible fate.
- It was here that the Fates〔fates〕 laid him down.
- as sure as fate 千真万确地
- meet one's fate 送命
- seal someone's fate 决定某人的命运...
- tempt fate 冒险
- wire fate item 要求电告已否收妥的托...
- advice of fate 出险事故通知...
- fate of drug in vivo 药物体内命运...
- advise fate [经] "命运通知"...
- fate map 预定命运图,原基分布...
- share the same fate 遭受同样的命运...
- have someone's fate in one's hands 掌握着某人的命运...
- go to one's fate 死
- abandon someone to his fate 让某人自生自灭,听任...
- one's fate is sealed 某人的命运已定了...
- take one's fate into one's own hands 掌握one自己的命运...
- tempt one's fate 碰运气
- the fool of fate 被命运捉弄的人...
- decide someone's fate 决定某人的命运...
- master of one's fate 能掌握自己命运的人...
- irony of fate 命运的嘲弄
Our paths seemed to cross each other and I told him..a thing like that was nearly always the result of fate.出自： A. Loos
We did hope..that everything would be for the best..but Fate thought otherwise, didn't she?出自： P. Bailey
It was fated that England should be the theatre of the first of a series of Revolutions.出自： I. D
We knew we were fated..to hear about one of Marlow's inconclusive experiences.出自： J. Conrad
- the Fates指希腊神话中的命运三女神,现在也有用the fates,用来指一切管理人的命运的神。
- fate, luck
- 这两个词均可表示“命运”。前者指无法控制或改变的(不幸)命运; 后者尤指偶然的运气。
- ☆ 14世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自古典拉丁语的fata，意为神谕，天意。