bad luck on somebody

bad luck on somebody
bad, hard, etc. luck (on sb) idiom
used to express sympathy for sb

Bad luck, Helen, you played very well.

It's hard luck on him that he wasn't chosen.

What rotten luck it had to happen now!

Main entry:luckidiom

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