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Translation of "fluke" - English-Spanish dictionary

fluke

noun   /fluːk/ informal
something good that has happened that is the result of chance instead of skill or planning chiripa The first goal was just a fluke.1764
fluky adjective (flukier, flukiest) ( also flukey)   /ˈfluː.ki/
(Definition of fluke from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

fluke

noun /fluːk/
(informal) a chance success chiripa, racha de suerte Passing the exam was a fluke as I hadn’t done any revision.
(Definition of fluke from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “fluke”
in Vietnamese trò may rủi…
in Malaysian nasib…
in Thai การโชคดีโดยบังเอิญ…
in French coup de chance…
in German der Dusel…
in Chinese (Simplified) 侥幸, 偶然, 意外…
in Turkish şans…
in Russian счастливая случайность…
in Indonesian kebetulan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 僥倖, 偶然, 意外…
in Polish fuks…
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