Learner's definition of LUCKY
1 : having good luck : fortunate
We're lucky that things turned out as well as they did.
You're lucky to have a choice. = You're lucky that you have a choice.
I feel lucky to be alive.
I count/consider myself lucky to know you.
Aren't you the lucky one! [=you are a lucky person]
“I managed to get a ticket!” “Lucky you! They were all sold out by the time I got there.”
Tickets were available only for the lucky few.
The lucky winner will be given a brand new car.
I know you'll enjoy the show if you're lucky enough to get a ticket.
Congratulations on getting the job, you lucky dog/devil.
(chiefly US) He's a lucky stiff. [=he's very lucky]
He was always lucky in love. [=he was always lucky in his romantic relationships]
2 : producing a good result by chance : resulting from good luck
He scored a goal on a lucky shot.
Their meeting was a lucky accident.
We got a lucky break.
It was a lucky coincidence that we were both there at the same time.
a lucky find/guess
It's lucky for us that the weather is so good. = We're lucky that the weather is so good.
a lucky coin/charm
This must be your lucky day. [=a day when something good happens because of good luck]
You should thank your lucky stars [=you should be very grateful] that you have a friend like her.
1 : to have good luck : to succeed because of good luck 2 informal : to succeed in finding or getting someone to have sex with you