at third1 (2)WORD CHOICE: WORD CHOICE: luck, lucky!! Do not say that someone 'has luck'. Say they are lucky• I was lucky (NOT I had luck) and got to the airport just in time. • You're so lucky to live by the sea. You can use 'have' with luckonly when luck has something before it such as 'bad', 'good', 'much', 'any' 'a bit of' etc• He's had a lot of bad luck recently. • Did you have any luck finding your bag? • If we have a bit of luck, we'll see her before she leaves.GRAMMAR!! luck is an uncountable noun• Winning was mostly a matter of luck. Do not say 'a luck'. To talk about one lucky event you can say a piece of luck, a bit of luck, or a stroke of luck• Seeing him at that moment was an amazing piece of luck (NOT an amazing luck). ➔ See alsoluck
Definition from the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Advanced Learner's Dictionary.