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thing

noun (SITUATION)
情况
 
 
/θɪŋ/
things [plural] used to refer to the general situation
情况;形势
Things have been going very well recently.
最近情况很好。
Situations and circumstances
it's a good thing If it's a good thing that something happened, it is lucky that it happened
幸好
It's a good thing (that) we booked our tickets early.
幸好我们早订了票。
Good luck and bad luck
the way things are ( also as things stand) in the present situation
从目前情况来看
The way things are, I'll never have this ready by June.
从目前情况来看,6月份前我无法把这一切准备好。
Situations and circumstances
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