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thing

noun (SITUATION)
情況
 
 
/θɪŋ/
things [plural] used to refer to the general situation
情況;形勢
Things have been going very well recently.
最近情況很好。
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.
幸好我們早訂了票。
Good luck and bad luck
the way things are ( also as things stand) in the present situation
從目前情況來看
The way things are, I'll never have this ready by June.
從目前情況來看,我們六月前無法準備好這一切。
Situations and circumstances
(Definition of thing noun (SITUATION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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