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好事
Simplified 好事
Traditional 好事
Related words 好事的 好事多磨 
Pin Yin
hao3 shi4
English
  • good action, deed, thing or work (also sarcastic, "a fine thing indeed")
  • charity
  • happy occasion
  • Daoist or Buddhist ceremony for the souls of the dead
Examples:
1. 利他主义(即做好事的愿望)可能就是一个动机要素。
Altruism-the desire to do good-may be a motivational factor.
2. 请做做好事给我拿杯咖啡来。
Be an angel and bring me a cup of coffee.
3. 爱情能持之以恒才是好事
Constancy in love is a good thing.
4. 暗中做好事
Do good by stealth (without people knowing)
5. 请为你的用户做点好事,不要再创建另外的确认对话框了。
Do your users a favor and never create another confirmation dialog box.
6. 在很多情况下,多是好事
For many things, more is better.
7. 自由贸易是件好事 [理想的事] 。
Free trade is a good thing.
8. 他常常是好心办不出好事.
He' s well-intentioned but not very good at getting things done.
9. 他吃素,他相信吃肉不是好事
He's a vegetarian. He doesn't believe in eating meat.
10. 所以我们设计直接操作习惯用法时要记住这些挑战,一定数量的直接操作通常是件好事。 但这也要看人物角色的使用情境和技能水平,因为弄不好可能就是失败的结果。
Keep these challenges in mind as you design direct manipulation idioms—some amount of direct manipulation is usually a good thing, but depending on the skills and usage contexts of your personas, it’s also possible to go overboard.