- 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.
- 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
这两个词的共同意思是“幸运的”。其区别是：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
- lucky:lucky a.1. 幸运的,好运的【+to-v】【+(that)】A lucky person won the contest.一个幸运儿赢了比赛。You are lucky to be alive…