luck out


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luck out

to be fortunate; to strike it lucky. I really lucked out when I ordered the duck. It's excellent. I didn't luck out at all. I rarely make the right choice.
See also: luck, out

luck out

Also, luck into. Gain success or something desirable through good fortune. For example, We lucked out and found the same rug for half the price, or Nell and Dave lucked into a terrific apartment. [Colloquial; mid-1900s]
See also: luck, out

luck out

v. Slang
To gain success or a thing that was desired by chance; experience good luck: I lucked out and got tickets for tonight's baseball game.
See also: luck, out

luck out

in. to be fortunate; to strike it lucky. I really lucked out when I ordered the duck. It’s excellent.
See also: luck, out