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the best of British (luck)

UK informal used to ​wish someone ​luck, ​especially when you do not ​think they have much ​chance of ​success or ​happiness: You're going to ​ask her ​father for ​money? Best of British, ​mate!
(Definition of the best of British (luck) from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “the best of British (luck)”
in Chinese (Simplified) 祝某人好运(尤指当其成功的希望不大时)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 祝某人好運(尤指當其成功或快樂的機會不大時)…
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