WordReference English Collocations © 2020
luckyⓘMost examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
- I'm one lucky [guy, girl, lady]
- that's one lucky [cat, dog, kid]!
- you're so lucky!
- are lucky to [have the chance, be able] to
- am lucky to have [been, tried, seen]
- am lucky enough to have a [great family, good job]
- it's (just) lucky that I [remembered to, left at]
- lucky you didn't [get sick, end up in jail]
- are lucky I couldn't [come, be there, see you]
- lucky for you I was [busy, out of town]
- we are the lucky ones
- count yourself lucky [you weren't hurt, he didn't catch you]
- I count myself lucky to [be, have, know]
- will never get lucky
- you just got lucky (this time)
- do you feel lucky?
- am feeling lucky (today)
- and our lucky winner is
- vulgar, UK: (you) lucky [git, sod, bastard]!
- vulgar: (you) lucky son of a bitch!
- [this is, it's] your lucky day!
- made a lucky [mistake, prediction, bet]
- he [got, was given] a lucky break
- we had a lucky escape
- it was just a lucky guess
- a lucky [shot, penalty, goal, decision]
- found a lucky penny
- is my lucky [charm, number, rabbit's foot]
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