good luck to (someone)

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good luck to (someone)

A phrase used when one thinks that someone is about to do something difficult or likely to fail. I could never ask the boss for a raise so soon after being hired, but good luck to her.
See also: good, luck

good ˈluck to somebody

(spoken) used to say that you do not mind what somebody does as it does not affect you, but you hope they will be successful: It’s not something I would care to try myself but if she wants to, good luck to her.
See also: good, luck, somebody
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Cymrubach Good luck to him, a very special captain, player and man.
GOOD luck to him, he was a great ambassador for Wales John Ashley Howell GOOD enough for him, loved him as a player and heard he was a decent guy off the pitch too.
He said: "Good luck to him, the Orme is a beautiful spot.
Lee Rippon: "Good luck to him, I hope he finds something soon."
We would say good luck to him. But Mr Ruffer seems to be a man who doesn't need to be the beneficiary of good luck - he creates it himself.
@lumerzz93: Don't know much about the new gaffer, but good luck to him.
Lampard explained: "I just said good luck to him. My Spanish isn't that good to carry the conversation any further so I just said good luck to get to the final.
Good luck to him at Orient and good luck to 'Arry's 'Ammers.
Good luck to him on that, but we all know this coach doesn't need it.
Ben Carter GOOD luck to him, he's been good for Wales, we should be proud of him.
Carol Fowler: "Cheers for the goal at Old Trafford, best away day I've had!" Kay Jessica Howarth: "Good luck to him, however, Mike Ashley is only interested in making money and uses the club to get it.
Mark Jenkins Good luck to him. Met him a few times and he is a good kid with a bright future ahead.
And at least you will know what it feels like to be homeless Ann Doherty Good luck to him! I just hope that if/when he gets there he remembers his roots.
Good luck to him, he's gonna need to do more than stand around holding a sign.
Good luck to him. He just needs somebody to give him a chance.