This page is about the collocation lucky escape
collocation pattern: adjective + noun
If you had a lucky escape, you came close to being killed or badly injured.
- She nearly fell off the cliff. It was a lucky escape, that's for sure.
- It was a bad accident, but I had a lucky escape and walked away with just a few bruises.
Similar collocations include "narrow escape", "close call", "close shave" and "near thing".
My best friend had a lucky escape. He
Contributor: Matt Errey