Definition of one's luck is in in English:

one's luck is in


  • One is fortunate.

    • ‘Kell, meanwhile, remain on course for the Mid Kerry championship, and after a lucky escape on the first day, they might feel their luck is in now.’
    • ‘And now that their luck is in they may feel like entering the new Nationalist promotion being run in conjunction with ERA McCormack to pay someone's mortgage for a year.’
    • ‘You might just hit the millions now your luck is in.’
    • ‘Then your luck is in and they tell you it's the operating theatre in the morning and next day you get the pre-med to make you feel drowsy and at ease.’
    • ‘When she discovers that he lives alone and is truly penniless, she thinks her luck is in, that she's discovered a candidate for her whirlwind marriage.’
    • ‘If his luck is in he can sometimes fill two canisters in a day, but usually there is only time to fill one.’
    • ‘The Scribbler is delighted to inform you that your luck is in.’