WordReference English Collocations © 2020
luckⓘMost examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
- have [good, bad, poor, rotten] luck
- had nothing but [good] luck (all month)
- luck was on her side
- luck was [favoring, smiling on] them
- luck played [a vital, an important, no] part
- it's not a [case, matter, question] of luck
- wish me luck!
- good luck!
- good luck [with, in] your [exam, test, interview]!
- good luck for [tomorrow]!
- best of luck!
- wished her the best of luck [in, with] (her exam)
- UK: wish you the luck of the Irish
- wish you all the luck in the world
- [bad, tough] luck!
- that was [such, just] bad luck!
- I have the worst luck!
- had no luck (at all) finding [work, a buyer, her friend]
- better luck next time!
- don't push your luck!
- am afraid you're out of luck
- You're in luck; she's [here, in the office, single].
- with a (little) bit of luck we [can, might, should]
- as luck would have it
- the [gambler, actor, player] was down on his luck
- luck was (not) with him (when)
- knowing her luck, she'll probably [lose, get the job]
- you make your own luck
'luck' also found in these entries:
Irish - attribute - bad - bit - chalk - chance - clover - coconut - combination - curse - dose - down - drought - dumb - ebb - envy - game - grudge - guilty - hard - have - hunting - jolly - ladder - lady - largely - out - pale - pebble - pendant - pluck - press - pure - pursue - push - relish - rotten - run - share - sheer - shine - sincerely - slice - smile - some - strain - streak - stretch - stroke - subdued