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to get lucky повезти
How to say “to get lucky” in Russian? “Повезти”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “повезти” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on to get lucky in Russian like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Russian word "повезти":
– "Повезти" sounds like "povesti," which can be linked to the English phrase "to be positively vested" in luck. Think of "being vested" in good fortune.

– "Повезти" is an infinitive verb meaning "to get lucky" or "to have luck."
– This word is often used to describe a fortunate situation or an unexpected positive outcome.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Удача (udacha) – Luck
– Везение (vezenie) – Fortune
– Счастье (schastye) – Happiness/luck

Conjugations of "повезти":

Past Tense:
– Я повёз (ya povezyol) – I got lucky (masculine)
– Я повезла (ya vyezla) – I got lucky (feminine)
– Он повёз (on povezyol) – He got lucky
– Она повезла (ona vyezla) – She got lucky
– Мы повезли (my vyvezli) – We got lucky
– Вы повезли (vy vyvezli) – You got lucky (plural/formal)
– Они повезли (oni vyvezli) – They got lucky

Present Tense:
– Note: "Повезти" is generally used for past or future luck, not typically for ongoing/present luck. Instead, synonymous terms like "везёт" (vezot) are used for present situations.

Future Tense:
– Я повезу (ya vyezu) – I will get lucky
– Ты повезёшь (ty vyezosh') – You will get lucky
– Он/Она повезёт (on/ona vyezyot) – He/She will get lucky
– Мы повезём (my vyezyom) – We will get lucky
– Вы повезёте (vy vyezyotye) – You will get lucky (plural/formal)
– Они повезут (oni vyezyut) – They will get lucky

Examples of sentences using "повезти":
– Мне повезло выиграть в лотерею. (Mne povezlo vyigrat' v lotereyu.) – I was lucky to win the lottery.
– Ей повезло, что она нашла свою утреннюю газету. (Ey povezlo, chto ona nashla svoyu utreenyuyuo gazetu.) – She was lucky to find her morning newspaper.
– Если повезёт, мы сегодня не будем работать. (Yesli povezyot, my segodnya ne budem rabotat'.) – If we get lucky, we won't have to work today.

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