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fate

US [feɪt]
UK [feɪt]
  • n.命运;天意;命中注定的事(尤指坏事);命运的安排
  • Web黑暗史诗;宿命;命运之夜
Plural Form:fates  
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n.
1.
[c]
命中注定的事(尤指坏事);命运的安排the things, especially bad things, that will happen or have happened to sb/sth
The fate of the three men is unknown.
这三个人命运未卜。
She sat outside, waiting to find out her fate.
她坐在外面,等待命运对她作出的安排。
The court will decide our fate/fates .
法庭将决定我们的命运。
Each of the managers suffered the same fate .
每一个经理命运都是如此。
The government had abandoned the refugees to their fate .
政府抛弃了难民,让他们听天由命。
From that moment our fate was sealed(= our future was decided) .
从那时起我们的命运就已经注定了。
2.
[u]
命运;天数;定数;天意the power that is believed to control everything that happens and that cannot be stopped or changed
Fate was kind to me that day.
那天我很幸运。
By a strange twist of fate , Andy and I were on the same plane.
由于命运的奇特安排,我和安迪乘坐了同一架飞机。

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