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fortune [ 'fɔ:tʃən] n.命运,运气;财产

fortune ['fɔ:tʃən] n. 财产;运气

红包 red packets (cash wrapped up in red paper, symbolize fortune and wealth in the coming year.)

去晦气 get rid of the ill- fortune

什锦糖 assorted candies - sweet and fortune

May fortune smile upon you and favor you with many blessings(祝福)!

May you come into a good fortune!

Fortune 《财富》杂志


East Asian Tree Fern Rhizome

Elecampane Inula Root

Emblic Leafflower Fruit

English Walnut Seed

Entada Sten

Entadae Stem

Ephedra Herb

Epigeal Srephaia Root

Epimedium Herb

Erect St. John'swort Herb


Eriocarpous Glochidion Leaf

Eucommia Bark

European Grape Fruit

European Hop Flower

European Verbena

European Waterhemlock Root

False Chinese Swertia Herb

Falsehellebore Root and Rhizome

Falsesour Cherry

Fangchi Root

Feather Cockscomb Seed

Fennel Fruit

Fermented Soybean

Fewflower Lysionotus Herb

Field Sowthistle Herb


Figwort Root


Filiform Cassytha Herb

Fimbriae Orostachys

Fineleaf Schizonepeta Herb

Finger Citron

Fistular Onion Stalk

Fiveleaf Gynostemma Herb

Flabelate Maiden-hair Herb

Flastem Milkvetch Seed

Flos Caryophyllata


Forbes Wildginger Herb

Forest Frog's Oviduct

Forrest Silkvine Stem or Root

Fortune Eupatorium Herb

Fortune Firethorn Fruit

Fortune Loosestrife Herb

Fortune Meadowrue Herb

Fortune Paulownia Fruit /Royal Paulownia Fruit

Fortune Plumyew Twig and Leaf

Fortune Windmillpalm Petiole

Fortune's Drynaria Rhizome

Fourstamen Stephania Root

Fragrant Eupatorium Herb

Fragrant Plantainlily Herb

Fragrant Sarcococca Herb

Fragrant Solomonseal Rhizome

Franchet Groundcherry Calyx and Fruit

Frangrant Ainsliaea Herb


Freshwater Sponge

Fringed Iris Herb

Fruticose Breyniae Leaf and Twig

Fortune 500 美国幸运杂志每年评出的全球500家最 大企业

Every man is the artisan of his own fortune.

Honesty is incompatible with amassing a large fortune.

Many have been ruined by their fortunes, and many have escaped ruin by the want of fortune.

Work hard, and you will accumulate a fortune someday.

They had made their fortunes from industry and commerce.

He is quite content with his present fortune.

He dreamed of making a fortune.

These two brothers decided to go to America to try their fortunes.

Every man is the architect (or artificer) of his own fortune.

A good heart conquers ill fortune.

Every man is the architect of his own fortune.

Every man is the master of his own fortune.

Everyone is dissatisfied with his own fortune.

Fools have fortune.

Fortune favours fools.

Fortune favours the bold.

Fortune is fickle.

Fortune is good to him who knows to make good use of her.

Fortune knocks once at least at every man's door.

Fortune often rewards with interest those that have patience to wait for her.

Fortune smiles upon the brave and frowns upon the coward.

Fortune to one is mother, to another is stepmother.

Give hostages to fortune.

God sends fortune to fools.

He dances well to whom fortune pipes.

He is a good man whom fortune makes better.

Industry if fortune's right hand, and frugality her left.

Misfortunes tell us what fortune is.

For in all adversity of fortune the worst sort of misery is to have been happy.
A.M S. Boethius, Ancient Roman statesman

Human felicity is produced not so much by great pieces of good fortune that seldom happen, as by little advantages that occur every day.
Benjamin Franklin, American president

Industry is fortune's right hand, and frugality her left.
John Ray, Averican naturalist

As a modern parent, I know that it's not how much you give children those counts, it's the love and attention you shower on them.A caring attitude can not only save you a small fortune, but also even make you feel good about being tight-fisted and offering more care than presents.
O,Hare Noel, American writer

Adversity reveals genius; fortune conceals it.
Horace, ancient Roman poet

It cost me a small fortune. 花了一笔小钱.

make a fortune 发财

- marry a fortune 嫁给了有钱人
Scariet was in trouble, She wanted to marry a fortune and save the whole family.

财富 treasure; mammon; money; riches; wealth; fortune

兵痞 [bīng pǐ] /army riffraff/army ruffian/soldier of fortune/

福 [fú] /good fortune/

福气 [fú qì] /(n) good luck; good fortune/

嘏 [gǔ] /good fortune/longevity/

禄 [lù] /good fortune/official salary/

衰运 [shuāi yùn] /decline in fortunes/

算卦 [suàn guà] /fortune tell/

幸运 [xìng yùn] /fortunate/lucky/fortune/luck/

运 [yùn] /to move/to transport/to use/to apply/fortune/luck/fate/

The railroad industry as a whole, despite its brightening fortunes, still does not earn enough to cover the cost of the capital it must invest to keep up with its surging traffic.

Many an old firm was replaced by a limited liability company with a bureaucracy of salaried managers.
The change met the technical requirements of the new age by engaging a large professional element and prevented the decline in efficiency that so commonly spoiled the fortunes of family firms in the second and third generation after the energetic founders.
It was moreover a step away from individual initiative, towards collectivism and municipal and state-owned business.

{adj: Romany, Romani} of or relating to the Gypsies or their language or culture
"Romani nomads"
"Romany folk songs"
"a Gypsy fortune-teller"

{adj: ample, sizable, sizeable} fairly large
"a sizable fortune"
"an ample waistline"
"of ample proportions"

{adj: august, grand, lordly} of or befitting a lord
"heir to a lordly fortune"
"of august lineage"

{adj: beguiling} misleading by means of pleasant or alluring methods
"taken in by beguiling tales of overnight fortunes"

{adj: blessed, blessed with, endued with} having good fortune bestowed or conferred upon; sometimes used as in combination
"blessed with a strong healthy body"
"a nation blessed with peace"
"a peace-blessed era"

{adj: blessed} characterized by happiness and good fortune
"a blessed time"

{adj: bound up} closely or inseparably connected or associated with
"his career is bound up with the fortunes of the enterprise"

{adj: broken, wiped out, impoverished} destroyed financially
"the broken fortunes of the family"

{adj: causeless, fortuitous, uncaused} having no cause or apparent cause
"a causeless miracle"
"fortuitous encounters--strange accidents of fortune"
"we cannot regard artistic invention as...uncaused and unrelated to the times"

{adj: checkered} marked by changeable fortune
"a checkered business career"

{adj: congratulatory, gratulatory} expressive of sympathetic pleasure or joy on account of someone's success or good fortune
"a congratulatory telegram"
"the usual congratulatory crowd was conspicuously absent"
"a gratulatory address"

{adj: doomed, ill-fated, ill-omened, ill-starred, unlucky} marked by or promising bad fortune
"their business venture was doomed from the start"
"an ill-fated business venture"
"an ill-starred romance"
"the unlucky prisoner was again put in irons"- W.H.Prescott

{adj: felicitous, happy} marked by good fortune
"a felicitous life"
"a happy outcome"

{adj: fortunate, hopeful, rosy} presaging good fortune
"she made a fortunate decision to go to medical school"
"rosy predictions"

{adj: fortunate} having unexpected good fortune
"other, less fortunate, children died"
"a fortunate choice"
<-> unfortunate

{adj: goodly, goodish, hefty, respectable, sizable, sizeable, tidy} large in amount or extent or degree
"it cost a considerable amount"
"a goodly amount"
"received a hefty bonus"
"a respectable sum"
"a tidy sum of money"
"a sizable fortune"

{adj: happy} enjoying or showing or marked by joy or pleasure or good fortune
"a happy smile"
"spent many happy days on the beach"
"a happy marriage"
<-> unhappy

{adj: heedless, reckless} characterized by careless unconcern
"the heedless generosity and the spasmodic extravagance of persons used to large fortunes"- Edith Wharton
"reckless squandering of public funds"

{adj: ill, inauspicious, ominous} presaging ill fortune
"ill omens"
"ill predictions"
"my words with inauspicious thunderings shook heaven"- P.B.Shelley
"a dead and ominous silence prevailed"
"a by-election at a time highly unpropitious for the Government"

{adj: insecure, unsafe} lacking in security or safety
"his fortune was increasingly insecure"
"an insecure future"
<-> secure

{adj: lucky} blessed with good fortune
"considered himself lucky that the tornado missed his house"
"a lucky guess"

{adj: lucky} having or bringing good fortune
"my lucky day"
<-> unlucky

{adj: mutable, changeable} capable of or tending to change in form or quality or nature
"a mutable substance"
"the mutable ways of fortune"
"mutable weather patterns"
"a mutable foreign policy"
<-> immutable

{adj: secure} free from danger or risk
"secure from harm"
"his fortune was secure"
"made a secure place for himself in his field"
<-> insecure

{adj: unfortunate} not favored by fortune; marked or accompanied by or resulting in ill fortune
"an unfortunate turn of events"
"an unfortunate decision"
"unfortunate investments"
"an unfortunate night for all concerned"
<-> fortunate

{adv: astutely, shrewdly, sagaciously, sapiently, acutely} in a shrewd manner
"he invested his fortune astutely"
"he was acutely insightful"

{adv: fortunately, fortuitously, luckily, as luck would have it} by good fortune
"fortunately the weather was good"
<-> unfortunately, unluckily

{adv: short} without possessing something at the time it is contractually sold
"he made his fortune by selling short just before the crash"

{n: Astor, John Jacob Astor} United States capitalist (born in Germany) who made a fortune in fur trading (1763-1848)

{n: Fortuna} (Roman mythology) the goddess of fortune and good luck; counterpart of Greek Tyche

{n: Frick, Henry Clay Frick} United States industrialist who amassed a fortune in the steel industry (1849-1919)

{n: Lakshmi} Hindu goddess of fortune and prosperity

{n: Rhodes, Cecil Rhodes, Cecil J. Rhodes, Cecil John Rhodes} British colonial financier and statesman in South Africa; made a fortune in gold and diamond mining; helped colonize the territory now known as Zimbabwe; he endowed annual fellowships for British Commonwealth and United States students to study at Oxford University (1853-1902)

{n: Rockefeller, John D. Rockefeller, John Davison Rockefeller} United States industrialist who made a fortune in the oil business and gave half of it away (1839-1937)

{n: Tyche} (Greek mythology) the goddess of fortune; identified with Roman Fortuna

{n: adversity} a stroke of ill fortune; a calamitous event
"a period marked by adversities"

{n: boom, bonanza, gold rush, gravy, godsend, manna from heaven, windfall, bunce} a sudden happening that brings good fortune (as a sudden opportunity to make money)
"the demand for testing has created a boom for those unregulated laboratories where boxes of specimen jars are processed like an assembly line"

{n: card} one of a set of small pieces of stiff paper marked in various ways and used for playing games or for telling fortunes
"he collected cards and traded them with the other boys"

{n: congratulation, felicitation} (usually plural) an expression of pleasure at the success or good fortune of another
"I sent them my sincere congratulations on their marriage"

{n: divination, foretelling, soothsaying, fortune telling} the art or gift of prophecy (or the pretense of prophecy) by supernatural means

{n: fairy godmother} a female character is some fairy stories who has magical powers and can bring unexpected good fortune to the hero or heroine

{n: flood tide, flood, rising tide} the occurrence of incoming water (between a low tide and the following high tide)
"a tide in the affairs of men which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune" -Shakespeare
<-> ebbtide

{n: fortune cookie} thin folded wafer containing a maxim on a slip of paper

{n: fortune hunter} a person who seeks wealth through marriage

{n: fortune, destiny, fate, luck, lot, circumstances, portion} your overall circumstances or condition in life (including everything that happens to you)
"whatever my fortune may be"
"deserved a better fate"
"has a happy lot"
"the luck of the Irish"
"a victim of circumstances"
"success that was her portion"

{n: fortuneteller, fortune teller} a person who foretells your personal future

{n: fortune} a large amount of wealth or prosperity

{n: gambling, gaming, play} the act of playing for stakes in the hope of winning (including the payment of a price for a chance to win a prize)
"his gambling cost him a fortune"
"there was heavy play at the blackjack table"

{n: good fortune, luckiness, good luck} an auspicious state resulting from favorable outcomes
<-> bad luck, misfortune

{n: good luck, fluke, good fortune} a stroke of luck

{n: low status, lowness, lowliness} a position of inferior status; low in station or rank or fortune or estimation
<-> high status

{n: luck, fortune, chance, hazard} an unknown and unpredictable phenomenon that causes an event to result one way rather than another
"bad luck caused his downfall"
"we ran into each other by pure chance"

{n: luck, fortune} an unknown and unpredictable phenomenon that leads to a favorable outcome
"it was my good luck to be there"
"they say luck is a lady"
"it was as if fortune guided his hand"

{n: mercenary, soldier of fortune} a person hired to fight for another country than their own

{n: misfortune, bad luck, tough luck, ill luck} an unfortunate state resulting from unfavorable outcomes
<-> good fortune, good luck

{n: nabob} a wealthy man (especially one who made his fortune in the Orient)

{n: palmistry, palm reading, chiromancy, chirology} telling fortunes by lines on the palm of the hand

{n: peripeteia, peripetia, peripety} a sudden and unexpected change of fortune or reverse of circumstances (especially in a literary work)
"a peripeteia swiftly turns a routine sequence of events into a story worth telling"

{n: prosperity, successfulness} the condition of prospering; having good fortune

{n: sibyl} a woman who tells fortunes

{n: small fortune} a large sum of money
"he made a small fortune in the commodities market"

{n: tarot card, tarot} any of a set of (usually 72) cards that include 22 cards representing virtues and vices and death and fortune etc.; used by fortunetellers

{n: throw} casting an object in order to determine an outcome randomly
"he risked his fortune on a throw of the dice"

{n: vicissitude} a variation in circumstances or fortune at different times in your life or in the development of something
"the project was subject to the usual vicissitudes of exploratory research"

{v: retain, continue, keep, keep on, keep going} allow to remain in a place or position
"We cannot continue several servants any longer"
"She retains a lawyer"
"The family's fortune waned and they could not keep their household staff"
"Our grant has run out and we cannot keep you on"
"We kept the work going as long as we could"

{v: roll up, collect, accumulate, pile up, amass, compile, hoard} get or gather together
"I am accumulating evidence for the man's unfaithfulness to his wife"
"She is amassing a lot of data for her thesis"
"She rolled up a small fortune"

{v: vest} place (authority, property, or rights) in the control of a person or group of persons
"She vested her vast fortune in her two sons"

{v: wish, wish well} feel or express a desire or hope concerning the future or fortune of
<-> begrudge

If he turns out to be a presentable, coherent but otherwise ordinary young man--reasonably law-abiding, amused by his good fortune and never taking himself too seriously--he will be from time to time spotted by photographers, snapped with girlfriends, mentioned in gossip columns, invited onto talk shows and we will know him so well we won't care that, strictly speaking, somebody else was born first.

They are people whose fortunes and foibles strike a chord for reasons that quickly don't matter.

The selection of the first-born of the millennium may be as arbitrary as any fortunes of birth--ask a family in Tonga--but the chosen are not ciphers.

The road of human welfare lies along the old highway of steadfast well-doing;
and they who are the most persistent, and work in the truest spirit, will usually be the most successful.
but fortune is not so blind as men are.

Those who look into practical life will find that fortune is usually on the side of the industrious, as the winds and waves are on the side of the best navigators.

They will, no doubt, think I am a fortune teller, " he says.
他们无疑会认为我是个会算命的人。 "

Recently a senior executive from a Fortune 500 company was interviewing a promising young college graduate he hoped to recruit.
最近,一位很有发展前途的大学毕业生接受了一家《财富》 500强公司的面试。

Susan Yee didn't find cosmetics for Asians in the U.S., so she developed her own and made a fortune.

Few people can do more with any brand than Arnault, who has built LVMH into a $40 billion company and amassed a personal fortune estimated at more than $6 billion.
在品牌建设经营方面,几乎没有人能阿诺尔特相比。他已将路易威登建成一个值 400亿美元的公司,估计他个人的财富已经超过 60亿美元。

The pie machine, which in her shortsighted way Mrs. Tweedy thinks will make her a great fortune, is in the grand tradition of silly machines from Park's early films: the Victorian spaceship in A Grand Day Out, the trouser robot in The Wrong Trousers, the nefarious Mutton-O-Matic( it turns sheep into dog food) in A Close Shave.

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