- n. 意外的收獲；僥幸所得（windfall 的復數形式）
1.And returns based on the deluxe model had a positive skew: large windfalls were more likely than big losses.
2.The result was a quota on u. s. imports but the foreign suppliers pocketed windfalls from the price markup.
3.Love doesn't belong to those hunters who follow up very closely, but belongs to those who wait for windfalls.
4.You'll have plenty of time to spend future windfalls.
5.But meanwhile we should keep in mind that privatization revenues are only one-off windfalls and will run out soon.
6.Ideally find some windfalls, as these have natural yeasts already on them, meaning that apples are the only ingredient you'll need.
7.We can't afford to squander money giving huge windfalls to Banks and their executives, merely to preserve the illusion of private ownership.
8.Now you are facing the consequences. Income inequality has increased, as the rich have gotten windfalls while the middle class has seen incomes stagnate.