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運良く, 運よく, うんよく

  • un'yoku


adverb (fukushi)

  • luckily

Examples of 運良く,運よく,うんよく in a Sentence

By good fortune, they escaped.
Allan was lucky and passed the tax accountant examination.
As good luck would have it, a steamer passed by and they were saved.
We had the luck to win the battle.
His leg was in critical condition, but fortunately it got better.
It was very lucky for me that I saw him.
If I'm lucky enough for the medicine to work I can get to sleep after 1am but if I don't take it then I can't sleep until about 4am.
By good luck, he was in time for the train.
Luckily he had enough money to pay the bill.
Luckily, he found a good seat.

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