"lucky" Czech translation
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Similar translations for "lucky" in Czech
Usage examples for "lucky" in Czech
The stuff that I was lucky and begging for to get when I was a kid is now ubiquitous.
I mean, I really can't believe how lucky I am here, standing in front of you, speaking.
On the day of her graduation, she said, "I am the luckiest girl alive because of a goat."
And if you're lucky, they'll tell their friends on the rest of the curve, and it'll spread.
Some lucky ones -- and among them, Brad -- go to serious rehabilitation centers after that.
A girl, if you're lucky, in the corner of a dark room -- lucky to be able to look at the Koran.
So we're looking for a permanent solution, and this is where we get lucky.
We can make "You've got Hallelujah" the national anthem of cyberspace every lucky time we log on.
Our education systems, you do all that stuff afterward, if you're lucky, sport, drama, music.
So for any of us in this room today, let's start out by admitting we're lucky.
Maybe you'll get lucky, and they'll train you as their pet.
I mean, if you're lucky enough you get to do it more than once, right?
After all, happiness is not just a privilege for the lucky few, but a fundamental human right for all.
Well, I always say it's important that you are smart, but every once in a while it's good to be lucky.
Indeed, I am lucky to live in history at all, because without intelligence and memory there is no history.
Well, lucky for me, a lot of people answered that call.
But we have to understand that we've been incredibly lucky.
CP: You're lucky that this is not being streamed to them live right now.
I was lucky enough that my father was a fantastic cook.
If you're lucky, you've got 23 from each parent.
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