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English definition of “with any luck”

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with any luck

( also with a little luck, UK 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.
Translations of “with any luck”
in Chinese (Traditional) 希望,但願…
in Chinese (Simplified) 希望,但愿…
(Definition of with any luck from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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