Chinese English Dictionary

中文, 汉语, 漢語 - English

幸运 in English:

1. fortunate

You were fortunate to be here.
Japanese people are fortunate to live in a land with natural hot springs.
That's fortunate.
Tom volunteered a good deal of his time to helping those less fortunate than himself.
He didn’t look when he crossed the road and was fortunate not to have an accident.
Let others wage wars, you, fortunate Austria, marry.
He may well be said to have been a fortunate man.
Advocates of capitalism are very apt to appeal to the sacred principles of liberty, which are embodied in one maxim: The fortunate must not be restrained in the exercise of tyranny over the unfortunate.
Rich is he who has no debts, fortunate he who lives without illness.
Apart from being unlucky enough to get ALS, I have been fortunate in almost every other respect.
It was fortunate that he was taken to a nearby hospital right away after the accident.
omeone who is fortunate has something good happen to them, or is in a good situation
Bill is such a fortunate guy - his new employer oferred him a really good salary.
I have not been very fortunate. It was fortunate that there were no fatalities.

2. lucky

It wasn't my lucky day. First, I got a parking ticket and then things went from bad to worse when I got pulled over for making a U-turn.
be lucky
60,000 lucky number request: I got a request to draw an illustration for the site of Beikyu, who hit the lucky number, "Standing By A Little Maple Tree".
When one lucky spirit abandons you another picks you up. I just passed an exam for a job.
A self-proclaimed democrat, who is lucky enough to live in a democratic country, but who constantly swears at politicians without committing himself to politics, has probably not understood the word "democracy".
If I'm lucky enough for the medicine to work I can get to sleep after 1am but if I don't take it then I can't sleep until about 4am.
Even if we don't get lucky on the first try we can just keep fucking till I get pregnant.
My father had a heart attack yesterday, but he was lucky to have a clinic close at hand.
I'm going to Florida this summer.' 'Oh, you are lucky!'
"I'm going on holiday." "Lucky you!" The lucky winner will be able to choose from three different holidays. [+ to do sth] You're lucky to have such a nice office to work in.
They gave me a lot of presents on my brithday, lucky me!
Kouji was lucky; his traffic accident left only a minor scratch on the side of his car.
Are you going to buy a lottery ticket? "I don't think I'm lucky at gambling."
I couldn't wait to get my hands on one of those iBooks and now I got one as a present. I feel so lucky!