English version

luckily

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishluckilyluck‧i‧ly /ˈlʌkəli/ ●●○ S3 adverb  LUCKY[sentence adverb] used to say that it is good that something happened or was done because if it had not, the situation would be unpleasant or difficult syn fortunately Luckily the museum was not damaged by the earthquake.luckily for somebody Luckily for them, he braked in time.
Examples from the Corpus
luckilyMy captor found no reply to this, but luckily a Monster Fish Maiden spoke up for him.And luckily for me, it's worked out.I most luckily found a room in West Hampstead.Luckily, no one was injured in the accident.Then, luckily, the jukebox was turned off and the live music started.Shakur has charisma, and, luckily, the less thankless role: at least his character has a vestige of scruples.They were the ugly Stones to the Osmonds' beautiful Beatles and, luckily, ugly was in.They fired away with wild abandon, but luckily with little accuracy, and he was able to extricate himself.
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