Translation: from spanish

be out of luck

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  • out of luck — {adj. phr.} Being unlucky; having bad luck; having something bad happen to you. * /Mr. Jones missed his train and was out of luck in getting to the ball game on time./ * /All of the girls had dates so Ben was out of luck./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • out of luck — {adj. phr.} Being unlucky; having bad luck; having something bad happen to you. * /Mr. Jones missed his train and was out of luck in getting to the ball game on time./ * /All of the girls had dates so Ben was out of luck./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • out of luck — UNFORTUNATE, unlucky, luckless, hapless, unsuccessful, cursed, jinxed, ill fated; informal down on one s luck; poetic/literary star crossed. → luck * * * phrasal : unlucky * * * out of luck phrase unable to have or do something that you wanted …   Useful english dictionary

  • Out of Luck — For the 1921 film, also starring Hoot Gibson, see Out o Luck. Out of Luck Directed by Edward Sedgwick Written by George C. Hull Raymond L. Schrock Edward Sedgwick …   Wikipedia

  • Out o' Luck — For the 1923 film, also starring Hoot Gibson, see Out of Luck. Out o Luck Directed by Hoot Gibson Written by George Morgan Starring Hoot Gibson …   Wikipedia

  • out\ of\ luck — adj. phr. Being unlucky; having bad luck; having something bad happen to you. Mr. Jones missed his train and was out of luck in getting to the ball game on time. All of the girls had dates so Ben was out of luck …   Словарь американских идиом

  • out of luck — nothing left for you, shit out of luck [B]    We re out of luck. There are no tickets left …   English idioms

  • out of luck — mod. unfortunate; in a hopeless position. □ If you think you are going to get any sympathy from me, you’re just out of luck. □ I was out of luck. There were no eggs left in the store …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • out of luck — sorry, you re out of luck the bus left just five minutes ago Syn: unfortunate, unlucky, luckless, hapless, unsuccessful, cursed, jinxed, ill fated; informal down on one s luck; literary star crossed …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • out of luck — adjective experiencing a temporary misfortune Youre out of luck, the train has just left …   Wiktionary

  • out of luck — not having an opportunity or situation you want. This type of racing bike only comes in large sizes, so if you re a short person, you re out of luck …   New idioms dictionary


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