Definition of 'lucky'
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He should consider himself lucky to be given a chance and he must take it. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You have to be very lucky to get anything like that. The Sun (2016)Prizes in cash and kind will be offered to the holders of the lucky numbers. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It has been a case of third time lucky. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We are lucky enough to work for a guy who tries to do the right thing all the time. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Just listening to his commute is exhausting, but he considers himself lucky. Times, Sunday Times (2017)If you are not lucky enough to experience her yourself, she has expertly trained staff at the spa in her techniques. Times, Sunday Times (2017)I'm lucky to be good at something. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I've not always been so lucky. Times, Sunday Times (2016)When we finished he said'Let me give you a lucky coin '. The Sun (2016)You may be lucky with very good management and a poor product. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Yet he still considered himself relatively lucky. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You are lucky if you get one. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You will have to be lucky always. Times, Sunday Times (2010)In his search he was lucky on a number of counts. The Runaway Brain: the Evolution of Human Uniqueness (1993)We have been lucky enough to be in a position of privilege. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You have to be lucky all the time. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Which oil giants will strike it lucky by finding new fields of dreams? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Today it was better to be lucky than good. The Sun (2016)They should consider themselves the lucky ones. The Sun (2014)We will not always be so lucky. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Only a very few are lucky enough to experience that. No Way Home: A Cuban Dancer's Tale (2007)This will be a lucky time so you must take up the opportunities that come. The Sun (2015)There are exceptions and they may strike lucky. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Sometimes it is better to be lucky than good. Times, Sunday Times (2016)These women considered themselves lucky to have such highly prized jobs during wartime. The Sun (2016)He has always acknowledged how lucky he was to survive the fatal crash. The Sun (2010)The lucky winners will get the chance to experience all the vibrancy and charm of the beautiful country. The Sun (2014)Make sure you keep your gamecard all this week so you can keep an eye out for those lucky numbers. The Sun (2010)Your card contains six lucky numbers. The Sun (2011)We're lucky that we get along so well. The Sun (2013)By the time you are grown up, you are lucky if you experience one miracle a year. Times, Sunday Times (2011)My experiences were very lucky. Times, Sunday Times (2009)In fact, I always thought women were lucky to experience childbirth. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'lucky'
British English: lucky /ˈlʌkɪ/ ADJECTIVE
If someone is lucky, they are in a very desirable situation.
I am luckier than most. I have a job.
- American English: lucky
- Arabic: مَحْظُوظٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: sortudo
- Chinese: 幸运的
- Croatian: sretan
- Czech: šťastný mající štěstí
- Danish: heldig
- Dutch: gelukkig
- European Spanish: afortunado
- Finnish: onnekas
- French: chanceux
- German: Glücks-
- Greek: τυχερός
- Italian: fortunato
- Japanese: 運のよい
- Korean: 운이 좋은
- Norwegian: heldig
- Polish: szczęśliwy
- European Portuguese: sortudo
- Romanian: norocos
- Russian: удачный
- Spanish: afortunado
- Swedish: som har tur
- Thai: โชคดี
- Turkish: şanslı
- Ukrainian: вдалий
- Vietnamese: may mắn
Definition of lucky from the Collins English Dictionary
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