Idiom Magic : 十分走運 Luck out

【明報專訊】"Ah, so that's where I put that horseshoe (馬蹄鐵)!" Fergus exclaimed. "I have been looking everywhere for it! It was really well concealed, so I certainly lucked out finding it!" The modern expression luck out means to experience sudden good fortune - but getting struck on the head by an iron horseshoe wouldn't be my idea of lucking out! "You would if you needed a horseshoe badly enough," Fergus replied. "Some day I'm going to luck out and win the lottery," Fergus said.