โชค, เคราะห์, สิริ, ลาภ, โฉลก, ภาคย์, ลักษมี, โชคดี, โชคชะตา, ดวงชะตา, บุญวาสนา, สิริมงคล
Noun(1) your overall circumstances or condition in life (including everything that happens to you(2) an unknown and unpredictable phenomenon that causes an event to result one way rather than another(3) an unknown and unpredictable phenomenon that leads to a favorable outcome
(1) A railway worker, who did not want to be named, claimed it was only luck that prevented a major accident.(2) he doesn't have much luck with the ladies(3) I had the good luck to come home early(4) they're supposed to bring good luck(5) He could not believe his luck when he saw the Premiership match up for grabs.(6) I don't like Friday├ö├ç├Âit's bad luck(7) I gave credit for that to chance, luck or anything that you might want to call it.(8) she has the luck of the devil(9) With all of this bad luck going on, you know your luck is going to change in Las Vegas.(10) There has to be a standard, a level where the candidacy is based on merit rather than on luck .(11) Many people believe in luck , and I am sure one must be very, very lucky to win the lotto.(12) It is believed that these purchases will bring luck and prosperity to the buyers.(13) Actually, I had a lot of luck on my side when I chose the circumstances of my birth.(14) it was just luck that the first kick went in(15) Our only annoyance is that the eggs come so fast that it's simply a matter of luck , rather than skill if you manage to duck to avoid one.(16) we didn't enjoy any luck last year
(1) good luck :: โชคดี
1. good fortune ::
2. success ::
3. fortune ::
4. fate ::
1. mischance ::
2. misfortune ::
Different Formsluck, lucked, lucking, luckless, lucks
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