Definition of 'luckily'
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Example sentences containing 'luckily'
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And, luckily, we get to find out straight away if they succeed. The Sun (2016)Luckily enough we did work it out. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Luckily enough it was when they were watching. The Sun (2008)But luckily this reflects well on me and strengthens my role as a mother and a grandmother. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Luckily we get on pretty well so it makes life easy. The Sun (2014)Luckily, enough old hippies remain to keep them in their place. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But luckily we came back. The Sun (2015)Luckily enough we got one. The Sun (2012)But luckily it went well! The Sun (2015)Luckily I only get homework about once a month. The Sun (2016)Luckily, though, we just had bruises. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Luckily, though, there will always be one based on common sense. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Luckily, though, the y did work things out. The Sun (2015)Luckily, though, new antibiotics are turning up in the most unlikely places. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Well, luckily she wasn't wearing it. The Sun (2015) Well, luckily, there is. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And luckily enough, I got my way. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Luckily I get to spend a lot of time with both, together. Times, Sunday Times (2008) Luckily, I was born with a body that renders me quite incapable of doing anything very well. Times, Sunday Times (2008)By rights he ought to be here now, either steering or attending to the horse, though luckily the horse has sense enough to attend to himself. The Wind in the Willows (1908)
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Translations for 'luckily'
British English: luckily /ˈlʌkɪlɪ/ ADVERB
You add luckily to your statement to indicate that you are glad that something happened or is the case.
Luckily, we both love football.
- American English: luckily
- Arabic: مِنْ حُسْنِ الْـحَظِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: felizmente
- Chinese: 幸运地
- Croatian: srećom
- Czech: naštěstí
- Danish: heldigvis
- Dutch: toevallig
- European Spanish: por suerte
- Finnish: onneksi
- French: heureusement
- German: glücklicherweise
- Greek: ευτυχώς
- Italian: fortunatamente
- Japanese: 運よく
- Korean: 다행히
- Norwegian: heldigvis
- Polish: szczęśliwie
- European Portuguese: felizmente
- Romanian: din fericire
- Russian: к счастью
- Spanish: por suerte
- Swedish: lyckligtvis
- Thai: โชคดี
- Turkish: neyse ki
- Ukrainian: на щастя
- Vietnamese: may thay
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