consistent (adjective) – remaining the same over a period of time
(adjective) – agreeing to a way of thought or action
The trick of Coca-Cola is the ability of the product’s appearance and flavor to stay consistent over long periods of time.
The broken glass and upturned furniture are consistent with there having been a struggle.
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Idioms with Luck
Idioms are one of the hardest things to understand and learn in a non-native language, but they are also what help speakers sound more natural. Check out just a few of the English idioms that use the word luck.
Definition of luck: noun; having good fortune
Luck out: to have had good fortune come upon someone unexpectedly
Example: Lena was late for her flight and almost missed it, but she lucked out when she found out it was delayed.
Similar idiom: in luck (Lena was in luck when she found out her flight was delayed.)
Down on one’s luck: to have a lot of bad luck in a short period of time
Example: James lost his job, crashed his car, and broke up with his girlfriend in the same week. He was definitely down on his luck!
Similar idiom: tough luck (used…
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