Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Luck"

The meaning of "Luck" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does i'll walk into bad luck mean?
A: Estoy En la mala suerte / no tengo suerte/ estoy en un periodo desdichado
Q: What does Tough luck mean?
A: Means not very good luck. Things have been rough or hard on the person. Example: Person A: I lost my keys and my wallet Person B: Man, that is some tough luck you are having!
Q: What does hard luck mean?
A: "Hard luck" basically means very bad luck.
Q: What does No luck so far. mean?
A: 还没成功
Q: What does With my luck mean?
A: The phrase 'with my luck' is usually used with a negative connotation meaning 'with my bad luck.'
With my luck, I'll be late for the meeting again.

Example sentences using "Luck"

Q: Please show me example sentences with with no luck.
A: Without any luck / with no luck have the same meaning. Here are some examples:

I've been trying to ring all morning with no luck. (I haven't been able to get through on the phone).

I tried to convince my husband that we should get a cat, but without any luck.

Usually, I can catch a taxi from my house, but I stood waiting for 30 minutes today, with no luck.
Q: Please show me example sentences with good luck.
A: "Good luck on your English test!"

A: "I'm applying for a new job."
B: "That's great, good luck with your interview."

"Good luck with that" (sarcastic expression)
Q: Please show me example sentences with "tough luck".
A: @mborik_ This Can be translated to something like “no way” or “not a chance.” This is often used sarcastically.
Examples?
- Do you really think I’m going to help you with that? Tough luck.

It can also be used to express sympathy for someone.
- Oh you lost your job? That’s tough luck, man. I’m sorry.
Q: Please show me example sentences with tough luck.
A: "Tough luck" is more casual/slang, it is not formal.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Tough luck.
A: Yes, very much spoken English.

You didn't get accepted? Haha tough luck, move on.

Tough luck that he lost all of his money.

It's used to express a lack of sympathy - not very nice. I would only use it in situations where something bad happened and it was entirely their own fault.

Synonyms of "Luck" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between She brought me good luck. and She has brought me good luck. ?
A: They actually mean the same thing, the first one is more casual
Q: What is the difference between bad luck and misfortune ?
A: They are essentially the same. Misfortune could be a more proper(てきとう) way of saying “bad luck”.

For example:

“I experience bad luck.”

“I experience misfortune.”

私はいつでも喜んでお手伝いします。
Q: What is the difference between luck and fortune ?
A: Luck is kind of like this ,if you have a good future you are lucky
if you have a bad future you are considered unlucky.
Fortune is like when you succeded and got a huge reward.
Example:"He's so lucky he passed the final exams, I think he got a good future ahead of him"
Example 2:"He won the race and got rewarded a fortune"
Q: What is the difference between good luck to you and good luck for you ?
A: I don't think, "good luck for you" is grammatically correct.
Q: What is the difference between good luck! and im rooting for you. ?
A: They ate used in pretty much the same situations but good luck is much more common. You can also say stuff like, "I hope things go well." etc

Translations of "Luck"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 재수없었음 무고한 사람 죽을뻔
If it had bad luck, It would have died someone innocent.
A: Unlucky, an innocent person almost died.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? good luck!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? So what is it mean “Any luck so far” and “Couple of weeks”
A: Any luck so far = no luck until now.
Couple of week = two weeks.

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? good luck
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? what can I say other than Good luck for a job hunting
A: "hope you get the job!"

Other questions about "Luck"

Q:
I wish you best of luck for your business trip. Does this sound natural?
A: change for to "on"
Q: When you are in bad luck, some acquaintances will maintain a facade of showing their support and actually look for something worse. Does this sound natural?
A: When you're having a run of bad luck, some acquaintances maintain a facade of support while actually delighting in your misfortune.

直接的意思稍微不一样,没有直接说"找更惨的",但是语感也是幸灾乐祸。
Q: Much luck, my friend! Does this sound natural?
A: They both mean the same, but to me I guess "Good luck" seems more natural! But you can use both!
Q: I wish I could have more luck in next year and have chances to go around more often. Does this sound natural?
A: @khoaharp:

Use "wish" to talk about things that are impossible, or things that probably will not happen:

I wish I could fly.

I wish there were more hours in the day.

Use "I hope" when there's a good chance that something might happen.

I hope this cake tastes good.

I hope we can still be friends.


The exception being "wish you.." or "wish them.." like We wish you a Merry Christmas or I wish them a pleasant trip.
Q: If It wasn't for the bad luck, I would have get an awful lot of money out of the stock market. Does this sound natural?
A: If it wasn't for bad luck, I would have made an awful lot of money/a fortune out of the stock market

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