- luck (good or bad)
- n.好,好事,慷慨的行為,好處,利益 adj.優良的,上等的,虔誠的,愉快的,慈善的,好心的,有益的
- She attributes her success to hard work and a bit of luck.
- 她運氣這樣好, 驚奇地倒抽了一口涼氣
- She gasped in wonderment at her good luck.
- She'll need luck to get out of a tight corner like that.
- 我去聽音樂會是碰運氣, 因為沒預訂座位
- I hadn't booked a seat.
- He ascribed his failure to bad luck.
- His success was largely due to luck.
- He owes his success more to luck than to ability.
- By a stroke (ie instance) of (good) fortune, he won the competition.
- 在許多棋類遊戲中, 大多靠碰運氣取勝。
- Chance plays a big part in many board games.
- Any luck with (ie Did you manage to get) the job?
- Our luck has run out, ie has ended.
- They envy him his good fortune.
- These two brothers decided to go to America to try their fortunes.
- The one won and the other lost; that's the luck of the draw.
- Success lies not so much as in luck as in hard work.