a lucky streak

• řada výher

English-Czech dictionary. 2013.

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  • lucky streak — a series of lucky wins, string of good luck    He lost the bet on the sixth race, and his lucky streak ended …   English idioms

  • a lucky streak — winning several times in succession    Whenever I wear this ring, I have a lucky streak. I win every game! …   English idioms

  • streak of luck — See: RUN OF LUCK …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • streak of luck — See: RUN OF LUCK …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • streak — [[t]stri͟ːk[/t]] streaks, streaking, streaked 1) N COUNT A streak is a long stripe or mark on a surface which contrasts with the surface because it is a different colour. There are these dark streaks on the surface of the moon... The flames begin …   English dictionary

  • streak — /strik / (say streek) noun 1. a long, narrow mark, smear, band of colour, or the like: streaks of mud; a streak of lightning. 2. a portion or layer of something, distinguished by colour or nature from the rest; a vein or stratum: streaks of fat… …   Australian English dictionary

  • streak of good luck — noun A series of lucky events. By finding this clover your streak of good luck has already begun. Syn: lucky streak, hot hand …   Wiktionary

  • lucky — [adj] fortunate, opportune advantageous, adventitious, all systems go*, auspicious, beneficial, benign, blessed, charmed, coming up roses*, everything going*, favored, felicitous, fortuitous, getting a break*, golden, happy, hit it big*, holding… …   New thesaurus

  • streak — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 thin mark ADJECTIVE ▪ dark ▪ There were dark streaks down her cheeks where she had been crying. ▪ faint, pale ▪ bright ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • Lucky Stiff — Infobox Musical name= Lucky Stiff subtitle= caption= Logo music= Stephen Flaherty lyrics= Lynn Ahrens book= Lynn Ahrens basis= Michael Butterworth s novel The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo productions= 1988 Off Broadway 1990 Maryland 1994 …   Wikipedia

  • lucky — adj. VERBS ▪ be ▪ get, strike, strike it (all informal) ▪ She hopes that some day she ll get lucky and win the jackpot. ▪ consider yourself …   Collocations dictionary

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