- vi. 繁荣，昌盛；成功
- vt. 使……成功；使……昌盛；使……繁荣
- n. (Prosper)人名；(英、德、罗、法)普罗斯珀
CET6+ 考 研 TOEFL
- prosper (v.)
- mid-14c., from Old French prosperer (14c.) and directly from Latin prosperare "cause to succeed, render happy," from prosperus "favorable, fortunate, prosperous," perhaps literally "agreeable to one's wishes," traditionally regarded as from Old Latin pro spere "according to expectation, according to one's hope," from pro "for" + ablative of spes "hope," from PIE root *spe- "to flourish, succeed, thrive, prosper" (see speed (n.)).
- 1. The high street banks continue to prosper.
- 2. Ill - gotten gains never prosper.
- 3. He may have to become more conformist if he is to prosper again.
- 4. They have been living on easy street since his business began to prosper.
- 5. After that, all of a sudden, things began to pick up and prosper for Jabez Stone.
- 嗣后, 杰贝兹·史东突然否极泰来.
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