Bedeutung von “lucky” — Learner’s Dictionary

lucky

adjective us uk /ˈlʌki/
Extra Examples
He's spending three months in Barbados, lucky thing!You should count yourself lucky you weren't hurt.You've had a lucky escape.They were lucky not to have been hurt.It's lucky that I was there.
HAVING GOOD LUCK

A2 having good things happen to you:

"I'm going on holiday." "Lucky you!"
The lucky winner will be able to choose from three different holidays.
If you're lucky, they might still be serving lunch.
[ + to do sth ] You're lucky to have such a nice office to work in.
GIVING LUCK

If an object is lucky, some people believe that it gives you luck:

I chose six - it's my lucky number.
→ Opposite unlucky
luckily adverb

B1

Luckily I had some money with me.

(Definition von “lucky” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)