HSK东西 Scripts Dictionary Radicals

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        xìngyùn, [幸運], fortunate/lucky/fortune/luck
        bùxìng, misfortune/adversity/unfortunate/sad/unfortunately/CL:個|个[gè]
        xìngfú, happiness/happy/blessed
        róngxìng, [榮幸], honored (to have the privilege of ...)
        xìngcúnzhě, [倖存者], survivor
        xìng/Xìng, [倖], trusted/intimate/(of the emperor) to visit/variant of 幸[xìng], surname Xing, for...
        xìnghǎo, fortunately
        qìngxìng, [慶幸], to rejoice/to be glad
        xìngcún, [倖存], to survive (a disaster)
        yǒuxìng, fortunately
        jiǎoxìng, [僥倖], luckily/by a fluke
        xìngkuī, [幸虧], fortunately/luckily
        xìngmiǎn, narrowly and luckily escape
        xìngyùnér, [幸運兒], winner/lucky guy/person who always gets good breaks
        xìngzāilèhuò, [幸災樂禍], lit. to take joy in calamity and delight in disaster (idiom); fig. to rejoice in...
        xìngshì, sth fortunate/a lucky chance
        sānshēngyǒuxìng, the blessing of three lifetimes (idiom)/(courteous language) it's my good fortun...
        xìnghuì, [幸會], nice to meet you
        xìngxǐ, fortunately
        bùxìngzhīshì, mishap
        bùxìngzhīxìng, a fortune in misfortune/a positive in the negative
        bùxìngshòuhài, the unfortunate injured (party)/a victim
        bùxìngyánzhòng, to turn out just as one predicted or feared
        línxìng, [臨幸], to go in person (of emperor)/to copulate with a concubine (of emperor)
        jiǎoxìngxīnlǐ, [僥倖心理], trusting to luck/wishful thinking
        tiānxìng, providential good luck/a narrow escape
        chǒngxìng, [寵幸], (old) (esp. of the Emperor) to show special favor towards
        xiǎoquèxìng, [小確幸], sth small that one can find pleasure in (e.g. a cold beer after a hard day or a ...
        xìngshèn, (literary) very fortunate
        xìngfúxué, [幸福學], eudemonics/hedonomics
        xìngér, by good fortune/luckily
        xìngyùnchōujiǎng, [幸運抽獎], lucky draw/lottery
        xìngjìn, [幸進], to get through by luck/to be promoted by a fluke
        jiǎoxìng, [徼倖], variant of 僥倖|侥幸[jiǎo xìng], variant of 僥倖|侥幸[jiǎo xìng]
        kuàilèxìngfú, [快樂幸福], cheerful/happy
        cǎnzāobùxìng, [慘遭不幸], to meet with disaster/to die tragically
        suǒxìng, fortunately (formal writing)
        xīnxìng, delighted/overjoyed
        RuìxìngKāfēi, Luckin Coffee, chain of coffee shops founded in Beijing in 2017
        bóxìng, fickle/inconstant person
        ZhèngXìngjuān, [鄭幸娟], Zheng Xingjuan (1989-), Chinese athlete, lady high jumper
        jīnqiánbùnéngmǎiláixìngfú, [金錢不能買來幸福], money can't buy happiness

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