Definition of good (or the best of) luck in US English:

good (or the best of) luck


  • Used to express wishes for success.

    ‘good luck with your studies!’
    • ‘Good luck to you and good luck to all the men and women you're working with over in Iraq.’
    • ‘Her family and many friends wish her good luck and every success in her career.’
    • ‘We congratulate Mary and wish her the best of luck in her new business venture.’
    • ‘The club extend thanks to all those who purchased tickets and wish them the best of luck in the four remaining draws.’
    • ‘I cannot help feeling this is the best and perhaps final chance, so good luck to all concerned.’
    • ‘To our Tyrone brethren I wish the best of luck, bring Sam back to Ulster where it belongs!’
    • ‘The young singer comes from a very talented musical family and everyone wishes her the best of luck on Sunday.’
    • ‘She also wished the incoming officers the best of luck in the forthcoming year.’
    • ‘We are always wishing each other the best of luck, but you know what luck is just about worthless.’
    • ‘He is wished every success and good luck in his new post by his neighbours and friends.’