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Good luck your friends in German?
" Viel GlÃ¼ck " is a German equivalent of "good luck." The adjective " viel " means "a lot of, a great deal of, the best of." The noun " GlÃ¼ck " means "luck." Its sing…ular definite article is " das " ("the"). Also if you want to say someone is lucky, you can say they are " glucklich" with an umlaut over the "u" "Good luck" in German is "Viel GlÃ¼ck!"
Viel GlÃ¼ck! or Viel Erfolg!
ladybug, called Johanniskafer in German.
A horseshoe, four-leaf clover and the chimney sweeper.
" Viel GlÃ¼ck Deutschland " would be a fitting phrase.
"Viel GlÃ¼ck" pronounced :- "feel - glu-ck". The gluck sounds similar to the chicken's 'cluck'.
Viel GlÃ¼ck dir. Alles Gute fÃ¼r dich.
Best of luck for your friend could be translated as: Alles Gute fÃ¼r deinen Freund (singular, male)/deine Freundin (singular, female)/Ihren Freund (plural, male)/Ihre …Freundin (plural female).
Viel GlÃ¼ck bei deinen PrÃ¼fungen!
bonne chance pour tes / pour vos examens
Good luck with that = viel GlÃ¼ck damit
" Buona fortuna, amico mio " to males and " Buona fortuna, amica mia " are Italian equivalents of "Good luck, my friend." Specifically, the feminine adjective " buona " mea…ns "good." The feminine noun " fortuna " means "luck." The masculine noun " amico " and the feminine " amica " mean "friend." The masculine adjective " mio " and the feminine " mia " mean "my." The respective pronunciations are "BWOH-nah fohr-TOO-nah-MEE-koh MEE-oh" and "BWOH-nah fohr-TOO-nah-MEE-kah MEE-ah."
Depending on context, Good luck! can be translated as: Viel GlÃ¼ck! Alles Gute! Toi! Toi! Toi!
good luck on your test = Alles Gute fÃ¼r deinen Test.