American Phrasal Verb “to Luck Out”

I’m from the UK so you would think I know all the English phrasal verbs that are available to the English language. However, as I write this, I am in California USA where I have learnt a new phrasal verb.

To Luck Out

It means, to have really really good luck or good fortune.

Examples of phrasal verb “Luck Out”

1. We lucked out yesterday! We arrived at the top of the mountain just as a beautiful rainbow appeared across the sky.

2. The wedding was perfect, we lucked out, everything went to plan!

3. We lucked out and won the lottery!

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