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with (any or a bit of) luck

Definition of with any or a bit of luck in English:

Expressing the hope that something will happen in the way described: with luck we should be there in time for breakfast
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  • Well, with any luck, I hope they would prepare for paternity leave, actually.
  • So there you have it, dear reader, our first expedition to Germany, Austria and Italy, and, with a bit of luck, hopefully not our last!
  • Hopefully, with a bit of luck and by staying injury-free, I can do that as well.
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