- n.成功( success的名词复数 ); 成就; 成功者; 成功的事迹;
His abiding passion was ocean racing, at which he scored many successes.
The army has had quite a few successes recently.
Reports of fresh successes roll in from all fronts of production.
Our successes were hard - earned.
我们的成功 来之不易 .
One mustn't be carried away by one's successes.
Don't grow conceited over your successes.
To judge trips as if they're successes or failures may be oversimplifying things.
Its proud successes and its spectacular flops spurred research efforts.
The more vigorously Roosevelt asserted leadership, the more successes he won.
We applauded the successes of the army and the navy.
These initial successes spawned much interest in fluidization.
John resented Steve because of his successes.
Do our successes mitigate our failures?
Successes are infrequent, often outnumbered by failures.
His recent successes puffed him up.
Although Kodak anticipated the inevitable rise of digital photography, its corporate（企业的） culture was too rooted in the successes of the past for it to make the clean break necessary to fully embrace the future.
Obama's successes seemed to act as a shield against this.
A quick review of successes and failures at the end of year will help shape your year ahead.
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