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English definition of “no such luck”

no such luck

informal
said after an event or result that would be very good has been suggested , to show disappointment that it cannot or did not happen : I was rather hoping it would rain today and I wouldn't have to go on the walk , but no such luck.Yes, no and not Grammar:Luck and luckyWe use the noun luck and the adjective lucky to talk about good things happening by chance, and not because of our own efforts:
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