English version

no such luck

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishno such luckno such luckspokenDISAPPOINTED used to say you are disappointed because something good that you hoped would happen did not happen ‘Have you got Sunday off?’ ‘No such luck.’ luck
Examples from the Corpus
no such luckWell, she could live with Zeus' lust, but no such luck.The Defence Secretary announced that two regiments would be reprieved ... but no such luck for the Glosters.At one point, I hoped this might be the twist, but no such luck.If only there were a radio she would have turned it on, loudly, but, of course, no such luck.The behavioral scientist has had no such luck.Since it was Thanksgiving, I had no such luck.He explains that although the parliament itself enjoys simultaneous translation facilities, the group meetings have no such luck.The technician says no such luck.
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