英 [ˈluːkrətɪv] 美 [ˈluːkrətɪv]
派生词： lucratively adv.
producing a large amount of money; making a large profit
a lucrative business/contract/market
利润丰厚的生意 / 合同 / 市场
note at successful
1.An emerging and lucrative business has U.S. farmers buzzing to cash-in on the newly legalized cash crop, hemp, as experts say its global market may grow at least fivefold by 2025.
2.Media reports say that Chinese recruiters are authorized to dangle lucrative financial benefits to lure individuals or research teams outside of China who possess access to, or expertise in, high-priority research fields.
3.I think she showed great strength of character in turning down what must have been a verylucrative offer
4.It was quite a lucrative sideline
5.These black models are moving in on what was previously white territory: the lucrative cosmetic contracts.
6.The lucrative contract with television means that England's wealthy football clubs will now be laughing all the way to the bank.
7.It's a lucrative business.
8.Instead of civil suits or modest inheritance and divorce cases, they are eager to undertake lucrative notarial work for new companies, real estate firms and the like.
9.They are lucrative for companies.
10.We found the hunt thrilling and the business lucrative?