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lucky you/me etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlucky you/me etclucky you/me etcspokenLUCKY used to say that someone is fortunate to be able to do something ‘My husband’s a rich man, and devoted to me.’ ‘Lucky you.’ lucky
Examples from the Corpus
lucky you/me etcYou don't know how lucky you are in that respect.If you lucky you can do alright.If you are lucky you might get a codex thrown in for a good measure for telecomms application.Here in the Adirondacks, if you were lucky you might have found an orange in your Christmas stocking.How lucky you were, I think.It was lucky you were together when you found the bodies.
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