- n. 侥幸；锚爪；意外的挫折
- vt. 侥幸成功；意外受挫
- vi. 侥幸成功
- n. (Fluke)人名；(英)弗卢克
1. f-(谐音“非”) + luck => fluke：非常的luck, 非常的幸运。
2. for + luck => fluke.
3. flake, plank => fluke.
- fluke (n.1)
- "flat end of an arm of an anchor," 1560s, perhaps from fluke (n.3) on resemblance of shape, or from Low German flügel "wing." Transferred meaning "whale's tail" (in plural, flukes) is by 1725, so called from resemblance.
- fluke (n.2)
- "lucky stroke, chance hit," 1857, also flook, said to be originally a lucky shot at billiards, of uncertain origin. Century Dictionary connects it with fluke (n.1) in reference to the whale's use of flukes to get along rapidly (to go a-fluking or some variant of it, "go very fast," is in Dana, Smythe, and other sailors' books of the era). OED (2nd ed. print) allows only that it is "Possibly of Eng. dialectal origin."
- fluke (n.3)
- "flatfish," Old English floc "flatfish," related to Old Norse floke "flatfish," flak "disk, floe," from Proto-Germanic *flok-, from PIE root *plak- (1) "to be flat" (see placenta). The parasite worm (1660s) so called from resemblance of shape.
- 1. By sheer fluke, one of the shipowner's employees was in the city.
- 2. They are determined to show that their last win was no fluke.
- 3. FLUKE then how to use the LANMETER network tester to detect slow network performance or bad?
- 那么如何使用FLUKE公司的LANMETER网络 测试仪来检测网络速度慢或性能不良?
- 4. The discovery was something of a fluke.
- 5. His election victory was just a fluke.
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