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|English to Lithuanian translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: good luck|
|Wishing luck. Please provide means for me to follow your link when answering. I do not know how to use the link infromation on this web site. Thank you.|
|Summary of answers provided|
Sėkmės is how to say Good luck in Lithuanian.
If you would like to see the links to other answers to this same question, go to the main page (find link near upper left hand corner of screen and click on it with your cursor). From there, scroll to the bottom of the page, and click your cursor on "see more". At the top of the page you get to, you can enter languages English to Lithuanian, and then enter good luck in the area for the term for which you are searching. Click on search with your cursor, and you should get to the list. If there are any links at the bottom of a reply, you should just be able to click your cursor on it and be taken there.
I have given a link below which has some other Lithuanian expressions for you. (I see that the one for Good luck is different from the one I have given you.) Just click on it, and you should be taken to the site.
I hope this helps - Good luck! Sėkmės!
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