lucky in English
n. lucky, go getter
However, last year I was lucky and was able to close the restaurant some days after the summer.
I live in London for two years, but I was lucky enough to study for a couple of years in Spain.
I was lucky enough to discover this for myself, and so unexpectedly, during an adventure there.
I’m studying Spanish Literature and I’m very lucky to enjoy this experience in Spain.
I have been living in London for two years now, but I was lucky enough to have studied for a couple of years in Spain.
So if you’re lucky, you might even catch a glimpse of her from the distance.
Those movies were almost always screened for two or three months, but I was lucky, because I could attend a real Bollywood première for the first time.
I was lucky to have been born here in the palace and someday, both my mother and I would earn our freedom.
For two years I now I live in London, but I was lucky enough to have studied for a couple of years in Spain.
It is lucky that we did not go to the theatre.