English version

be out of luck

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe out of luckbe out of luckto be prevented from getting or doing something by bad luck The team were out of luck again at Scarborough on Saturday. luck
Examples from the Corpus
be out of luckI'm afraid you're out of luck. The director has already left for the day.It looks like we're out of luck - all the hotels are full.We're out of luck. The store's closed.If Social Services is low on money, the child could be out of luck.
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