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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
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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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