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be in/out of luck

C1 to be ​able/​unable to have or do what you ​want: "Do you have any ​tunasandwiches?" "You're in luck - there's one ​left."
(Definition of be in/out of luck from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “be in/out of luck”
in Chinese (Simplified) 能够/未能如愿,运气好/差…
in Chinese (Traditional) 能夠/未能如願,運氣好/差…
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