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lucky

US [ˈlʌki]
UK ['lʌki]
  • adj.有好运的;运气好的;幸运的;好运带来的
  • n.〈俚〉逃亡
  • Web乐凯;侥幸的;吉祥
Comparative Degree:luckier  Superlative:luckiest  
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adj.
1.
有好运的;运气好的;幸运的having good luck
His friend was killed and he knows he is lucky to be alive.
他的朋友丧了命,他知道自己还活着是侥幸。
She was lucky enough to be chosen for the team.
她很幸运被选中参加此队。
You were lucky (that) you spotted the danger in time.
幸好你及时发现了险情。
You can think yourself lucky you didn't get mugged.
你未遭暴力抢劫,可算是万幸了。
She counted herself lucky that she still had a job.
她认为自己很幸运,仍有一份工作。
Mark is one of the lucky ones ─he at least has somewhere to sleep.
马克是个幸运的人,他至少还有地方睡觉。
the lucky winners
幸运的获胜者
2.
~ (for sb) (that…)
好运带来的being the result of good luck
It was lucky for us that we were able to go.
我们能去是我们的运气好。
That was the luckiest escape of my life.
那次逃脱是我一生中最大的幸运。
a lucky guess
侥幸猜中
3.
带来好运的bringing good luck
a lucky charm
吉祥符

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