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Expressions with the word LUCK
with (any) luck/with a bit of luck - used for saying that you hope a particular thing happens
a stroke of luck - when something happens or succeeds suddenly by luck
be in luck - experiencing a surprisingly good situation
be out of luck - unable to have or do something that you wanted
beginner's luck - unusual success that you have when you start doing something new
good/bad luck - when good/bad things happen to you
hard-luck story - a description of bad things that have happened to you that you tell someone in order to make them feel sorry for you
as luck would have it - by chance
be down on your luck - having a long period of difficulty finding work and earning money
the best of luck (with something) - used for wishing someone good luck in something they are trying to do
for luck - to do something that you think could make you lucky
just my (somebody's) luck - used for saying that something bad happened because you are not a lucky person
the luck of the draw - the fact that chance decides something, in a way that you cannot control
no such luck - used for saying that something good that might have happened did not happen
luck out - to be lucky
better luck next time - used to encourage somebody who has not been successful at something
some people have all the luck - used for saying that someone has more success than they deserve
try/chance your luck - to try to achieve something although you know you might not succeed
take pot luck - to choose something when you do not know what you will get and can only hope that it will be good
more by luck than judgment - by chance and not because of any special skill
push your luck - to try too hard to get a particular result and risk losing what you have achieved
Good luck !
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