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to have a lucky escape

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  • have a lucky escape — have a narrow/lucky/escape phrase to avoid being killed or seriously injured only because you were lucky or made a very big effort A couple had a narrow escape when a tree fell just in front of their car. Thesaurus: to avoid risks or… …   Useful english dictionary

  • have a narrow escape — have a narrow/lucky/escape phrase to avoid being killed or seriously injured only because you were lucky or made a very big effort A couple had a narrow escape when a tree fell just in front of their car. Thesaurus: to avoid risks or… …   Useful english dictionary

  • escape — I UK [ɪˈskeɪp] / US verb Word forms escape : present tense I/you/we/they escape he/she/it escapes present participle escaping past tense escaped past participle escaped *** 1) [intransitive] to get away from a place where you are in danger Three… …   English dictionary

  • escape — es|cape1 [ ı skeıp ] verb *** ▸ 1 get away from something bad ▸ 2 avoid something unpleasant ▸ 3 come out by accident ▸ 4 not remember/notice ▸ 5 go away on vacation ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) intransitive to get away from a place where you are in danger:… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Lucky Spencer — Infobox soap character series = General Hospital series = General Hospital name = Lucky Spencer caption = Greg Vaughan as Lucky Spencer. portrayer = Jonathan Jackson (1993 1999) Jacob Young (2000 2003) Greg Vaughan (2003 ) first = October 29,… …   Wikipedia

  • escape — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 getting away from a place ADJECTIVE ▪ attempted ▪ successful ▪ great ▪ one of the greatest escapes of all time ▪ daring …   Collocations dictionary

  • escape — 1 /I skeIp/ verb 1 PERSON/PLACE (I, T) to get away from a place when someone is trying to catch you or stop you leaving: Anyone trying to escape will be shot! (+ from/through/over etc): Two men have escaped from Durham jail. | escape sb s… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • lucky — luck|y [ lʌki ] adjective *** if you are lucky, something good happens to you as a result of luck: FORTUNATE: Five lucky winners will each receive $1,000. None of his sisters had been lucky with men. lucky (that): You re lucky he was there. it is …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • lucky */*/*/ — UK [ˈlʌkɪ] / US adjective Word forms lucky : adjective lucky comparative luckier superlative luckiest if you are lucky, something good happens to you as a result of luck Five lucky winners will each receive £1,000. None of his sisters had been… …   English dictionary

  • Lucky duckies — is a term that was used in Wall Street Journal editorials starting on 20 November 2002 to refer to Americans who pay no federal income tax because they are at an income level that is below the tax line (after deductions and credits). The term has …   Wikipedia

  • lucky — lucky,[/p] fortunate, happy, providential all mean meeting with or producing a favorable outcome or an unforeseen or unpredictable success. Lucky implies that the person or persons involved have been favored by chance and that the success has not …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

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