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unfortunate

US [ʌnˈfɔrtʃənət]
UK [ʌnˈfɔː(r)tʃ(ə)nət]
  • adj.不幸的;倒霉的;令人遗憾的;可惜的
  • n.不幸的人
  • Web使人遗憾的;不会忘记的
Plural Form:unfortunates  
unfortunate
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adj.
1.
不幸的;倒霉的having bad luck; caused by bad luck
He was unfortunate to lose in the final round.
他不幸在最后一轮输了。
It was an unfortunate accident.
那是一次不幸的事故。
2.
令人遗憾的;可惜的if you say that a situation isunfortunate , you wish that it had not happened or that it had been different
She described the decision as ‘unfortunate’.
她把这项决定说成是“令人遗憾”。
It was unfortunate that he couldn't speak English.
可惜他不会讲英语。
You're putting me in a most unfortunate position.
你正在把我推入十分可悲的处境。
3.
令人尴尬的;不适当的;得罪人的embarrassing and/or offensive
It was an unfortunate choice of words.
那是一种不恰当的措辞。
n.
1.
不幸的人a person who does not have much luck, money, etc.
one of life's unfortunates
人生中的不幸者之一

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