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English definition of “with any luck”

with any luck

(also with a bit of luck) informal
used before describing an event or a result that you are hoping for: With any luck (= I hope that) we should get to Newcastle by early evening .Good luck and bad luck Grammar:Luck and luckyWe use the noun luck and the adjective lucky to talk about good things happening by chance, and not because of our own efforts:
(Definition of with any luck from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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