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N-COUNT 大笔的钱;巨款 You can refer to a large sum of money as a fortune or a small fortune to emphasize how large it is.
We had to eat out all the time. It ended up costing a fortune...
He made a small fortune in the London property boom.
N-COUNT 财富;财产 Someone who has a fortune has a very large amount of money.
He made his fortune in car sales...
Having spent his rich wife's fortune, the Major ended up in a debtors' prison.
N-UNCOUNT 运气;机遇 Fortune or good fortune is good luck. Ill fortune is bad luck.
Government ministers are starting to wonder how long their good fortune can last.
N-PLURAL 时运;运势 If you talk about someone's fortunes or the fortunes of something, you are talking about the extent to which they are doing well or being successful.
The electoral fortunes of the Liberal Democratic party may decline...
She kept up with the fortunes of the Reeves family...
N-UNCOUNT 运气;命运 If you talk about the way someone or something is treated by fortune, you are referring to the good or bad luck that they have.
He is certainly being smiled on by fortune.
PHRASE 算命;算卦 When someone tells your fortune, they tell you what they think will happen to you in the future, which they say is shown, for example, by the lines on your hand.