propitious in Arabic
thinking that, perhaps, they might have better luck during the day that was just dawning. Some were continuing their way down the track, hoping that fate might be more propitious in some other place. Don Marcelo walked all morning.
Her answer, therefore, was not propitious, at least not to Elizabeth's wishes, for she was impatient to get home.
I have forgotten... will be more propitious to me.
Among the advantages of this period is that the European Union’s enlargement by ten new Member States is a propitious moment.
I take the view that this is in fact a propitious time to shift to a five-year cycle.
member of the Commission. - (FR) Mr President, ladies and gentlemen, this debate comes at a particularly propitious time.
The date of the debate, in early July 1996, could not be more propitious.
The period immediately after the signature of that agreement was a propitious moment for this visit.
Unfortunately the Commission has not actually proposed this objective, even at a propitious time like this.
We have reached a propitious moment and I think the Macedonians are glad about it.
presenting favorable circumstances; likely to result in or show signs of success: golden, propitiousness, prosperous, favourable, auspiciousness, lucky, auspicious, favorable, gracious