過去式：lucked 過去分詞：lucked 現在分詞：lucking
- 1. 運氣，命運 It's a matter of luck whether we are successful. 我們是否成功是碰運氣的事。
- 2. 好運；幸運；僥倖 She had no luck finding a job. 她很不幸，找不到工作。 My luck's in. 我運氣很好。
- 3. 帶來好運的東西；吉祥物
- 1. 走運；靠運氣[（+out）] Tom lost his job; but he lucked out, his friend offered him a much better one. 湯姆丟了工作；但他運氣真好，他朋友給了他一份比原來好得多的差事。
- 2. 湊巧碰上；偶而發現[（+in/into/on/onto）]
- 【口】(用作嘆詞或當提及某人的不幸時用以表示同情)真倒楣, 真不走運 You failed your driving test, I hear -- hard luck! 聽說你駕駛執照考試沒及格－－真不走運! It's hard luck on those who were beaten in the first round of the competition. 那些在第一輪比賽中就遭到失敗的人真倒楣。
- 【美】【口】走運; 交好運; 僥倖成功
- 【口】(用以評論所提到的事情)不幸, 可惜 I shall have to miss the party, worse luck! 我參加不了這次聚會了, 真可惜！
- 更差的運氣 After losing his shirt in Macau, he had worse luck in Las Vegas. 在澳門輸到失去一切後，他在拉斯維加斯的運氣更差。
... night, I was drivin' downtown and picked up a lady luck."Source: Treble, Jun 16, 20032. 泛指 命運、財富這些...
Luck=the good or bad things that happen to a person in the course of events as if by chance,fate, fortune. You should say Not any luck(no any luck is Not idiomatic) ,just no luck, Any stroke of luck...
Because the Bible says that God created the world in 7 days and "7" means complete;therefore, westerners treat number 7 as their lucky number.