luckyadjective

  • ja運のいい、偶然の
  • enhaving, bringing, or resulting from good luck

Examples

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3:24 / --:--
Mute
1.
I'm going to Nick's grandma's house.
2.
You're going to Nick's grandma's house wearing this?
3.
Wearing that?
4.
No way, no way.
5.
I thought red was a lucky color, right?
6.
Yeah, if you're an envelope.
7.
Zing, nailed it.
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0:37 / --:--
Mute
1.
I just wanted to clean up a little.
2.
Make sure everything’s nice for Josh when he gets home from the hospital.
3.
You know, I don’t think Josh has any idea how lucky he is to have a little sister like you.
4.
It’s okay. His happiness is my reward.
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4:36 / --:--
Mute
1.
Hello, this is Dwight Schrute from the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company.
2.
Well, that's great 'cause I need paper.
3.
Excellent.
4.
Then you are in luck because we are having a limited-time offer only on everything.
5.
- Wow, this is my lucky day. - Ask him his name.
6.
What is your name, sir?
7.
I am Bill Butlicker.
8.
Really? That's your real name?
9.
How dare you!
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0:01 / --:--
Mute
1.
- Is there a Mr. Beaumont at this table? - That's me.
2.
Ah. Yeah.
3.
Wow. Hello.
4.
This is your lucky day, Mr. Beaumont.
5.
The Gentleman Daysailer has just become available again.
6.
And I believe that you made a bid of $18,000.
7.
You have to pay that.
8.
- It's not just a guess. - Okay.
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9:57 / --:--
Mute
1.
I'm getting a better education than I deserve.
2.
I'm lucky.
3.
I’m fortunate that the good people of this community allow me to attend this school.