English version

with/knowing somebody’s luck

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwith/knowing somebody’s luckwith/knowing somebody’s luckspoken used to say that you expect something bad to happen to someone because bad things often do happen to them With my luck, I’d lose if I backed the only horse in a one horse race. luck
Examples from the Corpus
with/knowing somebody’s luckKnowing his luck, he'll get hit with a golf ball or something.
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