wheel of fortune

wheel of fortune
used for referring to the fact that situations can change very quickly from good to bad or from bad to good

English dictionary. 2014.

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  • Wheel of Fortune — (jeu télévisé américain) Wheel of Fortune est un jeu télévisé américain animé par Pat Sajak depuis 1981. Il est diffusé sur un réseau de télévision appelé Local 4. Deux adaptations, en France et au Québec La Roue de la fortune (France) et La Roue …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Wheel of fortune — A gambling or lottery device consisting of a wheel which is spun horizontally, articles or sums to which certain marks on its circumference point when it stops being distributed according to varying rules. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Wheel of Fortune — bezeichnet die englische Bezeichnung des Glücksspiels einen Song der Gruppe Ace of Base Wheel of Fortune (NES) ein Videospiel für den NES Siehe auch Glücksrad …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Wheel of Fortune — Ubicación de las versiones internacionales de Wheel of Fortune Wheel of Fortune es un concurso de televisión estadounidense creado en 1973 por Merv Griffin. La mécanica del programa consiste en que tres concursantes compiten por resolver un… …   Wikipedia Español

  • wheel of fortune — 1. : wheel 3a 2. : a gambling device consisting of a revolving wheel with sections indicating chances taken or bets placed * * * 1. wheel (def. 9). 2. a wheel like gambling device that is rotated or spun to determine the winner of certain prizes …   Useful english dictionary

  • Wheel of Fortune — noun a) The wheel of Fortune. ...Wheel of Fortune prices. b) A wheel of fortune; a big six wheel. Solved Problem 9.2.<!in original, bold rather than italics Jerry, a contestant on Wheel of Fortune, is asked to spin the wheel 2.5 m diameter. If …   Wiktionary

  • wheel of fortune — noun a) The wheel of Fortune. b) A big six wheel …   Wiktionary

  • wheel of fortune — wheel′ of for′tune n. 1) wheel 9) 2) a wheellike gambling device that is spun to determine the winner of a prize • Etymology: 1755–65 …   From formal English to slang

  • wheel of fortune — Synonyms and related words: April showers, Chance, Dame Fortune, Fortuna, Fortune, Friday, Friday the thirteenth, Lady Luck, Luck, Proteus, appointed lot, astral influences, astrology, blind Chance, book of fate, chameleon, cloud shapes,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • wheel of fortune — 1. wheel (def. 9). 2. a wheel like gambling device that is rotated or spun to determine the winner of certain prizes. [1755 65] * * * …   Universalium