English version

be somebody’s lucky day

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe somebody’s lucky daybe somebody’s lucky dayspoken used to say that something good and often unexpected will happen to someone We’re going to win. I just know it’s our lucky day lucky
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be somebody’s lucky day"Look at the size of the fish I caught!" "It must be your lucky day!"Anyway, that day was obviously a lucky day.But it was Swindon's lucky day.It was not her lucky day.Read the stars in the magazines and the paper: Today is your lucky day.Friday used to be considered a lucky day for weddings in Gerrnany.
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