- [wàn yī ]
- eventuality 可能出现的结果;
- a bare possibility 万一;
- contingency 意外事故，偶发事件; 可能性，偶然性; [审计]意外开支;
- just in case 以防万一;
- if by any chance 万一;
"What if there's another murder?" — "Steady on!"
There is a supplementary water supply in case the rain supply fails.
Should the weather be rough, we won't be able to go riding.
If something should happen to her, please ring me up at once.
What if anything should happen to him?
万一他有个长短, 怎么办 ?
What if anything should happen to the child?
If peradventure you fail.
If I should fail I would try again.
The minister warned that if war broke out, it would be catastrophic for the whole world.
I have also taken out a life insurance policy on him just in case.
One company is giving its employees airplane tickets in the event they need to make a hasty escape.
The bank has agreed to give an immediate refund in the unlikely event of an error being made.
If the worst comes to the worst and you lose your job, at least I will still be working.
If it should chance to rain we'll take a taxi home.
There is a supplementary water supply in case the main supply fails.