stroke of luck
- a stroke of luckFig. a bit of luck; a lucky happening. •
I had a stroke of luck and found Tom at home when I called. He's not usually there.•
Unless I have a stroke of luck, I'm not going to finish this report by tomorrow.* * *See: RUN OF LUCK.
Dictionary of American idioms. 2013.
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stroke of luck — A fortunate occurrence • • • Main Entry: ↑stroke * * * stroke of luck (or good luck) a fortunate occurrence that could not have been predicted or expected … Useful english dictionary
stroke of luck — When something fortunate happens unexpectedly, it is a stroke of luck … The small dictionary of idiomes
stroke of luck — ► stroke of luck a fortunate unexpected occurrence. Main Entry: ↑stroke … English terms dictionary
stroke of luck — See: RUN OF LUCK … Dictionary of American idioms
stroke\ of\ luck — See: run of luck … Словарь американских идиом
stroke of luck — single act of luck … English contemporary dictionary
stroke of luck (or good luck) — a fortunate unexpected occurrence. → stroke … English new terms dictionary
(a) stroke of luck — something good that happens to you by chance. Phil was driving up to Manchester that evening and gave me a lift so that was a stroke of luck. By a stroke of luck, someone at work happened to be selling very cheaply exactly the piece of equipment… … New idioms dictionary
(a) stroke of luck — a stroke/piece/of luck phrase something that happens by chance and that helps you to achieve something Thesaurus: chance events and happening by chancesynonym luck and luckinesshyponym … Useful english dictionary
had a stroke of luck — got lucky … English contemporary dictionary