- 吉祥的；带来 好运的
- 幸运的,侥幸的,吉利的 fortunate
occurring by chance;
"a lucky escape"
"a lucky guess"
having or bringing good fortune;
"my lucky day"
"a lucky man"
presaging or likely to bring good luck;
"a favorable time to ask for a raise"
"a prosperous moment to make a decision"
- You lucky blighter!
- He is really a lucky dog.
- You are lucky to be alive after being in that accident.
- Some people seem to be always lucky.
- I was very lucky to get the book so cheap.
- These are lucky Black Winged Horses.
- I carry a lucky charm to protect me when I travel.
- Seven is my lucky number.
- I always carry my lucky penny.
- One lucky venture made his fortune.
- We are opposed to counting on a lucky chance.
- He's proud of being so lucky.
- He was lucky at cards.
- She was lucky in love.
- She was not lucky on marriage.
- You were lucky to escape punishment.
- We were lucky not to have been caught in the storm.
- The squirrel was lucky that it missed being caught.
- He is lucky if he can pull through.
- It is lucky for you that he didn't see it.
He will be lucky to have any pay at all.出自： G. B. Shaw
You're a lucky boy to have the opportunity of growing up in her home.出自： L. Duncan
Lovely children, lovely husband, lovely house...You're a lucky woman.出自： W. Abish
She was lucky..if she saw anyone, apart from the congregation at church.出自： A. N. Wilson
She was like a gambler,..and her lucky streak held throughout.出自： J. Nagenda
A German pilot had been lucky with his aim.出自： H. Jacobson
We regarded ourselves as among the lucky few who had escaped a kidnap attempt.出自： P. Cutting
- lucky, fortunate
- fortunate是正式用词,多用于重大的事情,不强调偶然性,指情况对某人有利,使其获得好处或成功; lucky是普通用词,指未经努力,完全出于偶然的原因而得到成功或免于受害。例如:
- He is lucky that he missed the train the day it was wrecked.火车撞毁那天他正好误了车,真幸运。
- luckily adv. 幸运地；侥幸地