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successful

adjective     /səkˈses.fəl/
achieving the results wanted or hoped for 成功的,達到目的的 a successful operation 成功的手術 My second attempt at making flaky pastry was a bit more successful. 我第二次嘗試做千層酥時就做得好一些了。 This year's harvest was one of the most successful since the record crop of 1985. 今年的收成是自1985年創紀錄的大豐收以來最好的一年。 →  Opposite unsuccessful Successful (things or people)
having achieved a lot, become popular and/or made a lot of money 獲得成功的,大受歡迎的;非常賺錢的 a successful career 成功的事業 She runs a very successful computer business. 她的電腦公司生意非常興隆。 He's the author of several hugely successful children's books (= books which have been bought by a lot of people). 他是幾部大獲成功的兒童讀物的作者。 The Birmingham Royal Ballet has had a highly successful season. 伯明罕皇家芭蕾舞團這一季的表演獲得巨大成功。 →  Opposite unsuccessful Successful (things or people)
successfully     /səkˈses.fəl.i/ adverb
A number of patients have been successfully treated with the new drug. 這種新藥已經治癒了一些病人。 Successful (things or people)
(Definition of successful from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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