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Meaning of “bad/hard/tough luck!” in the English Dictionary

"bad/hard/tough luck!" in British English

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bad/hard/tough luck!

said to ​expresssympathy with someone when something ​bad has ​happened to them: "They've just ​run out of ​tickets." "Oh, ​bad luck!"
(Definition of bad/hard/tough luck! from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “bad/hard/tough luck!”
in Chinese (Simplified) 太倒霉了!真不走运!太不凑巧!…
in Chinese (Traditional) 太倒楣了!真不走運!太不湊巧!…
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