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" 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!"
ladybug, called Johanniskafer in German.
A horseshoe, four-leaf clover and the chimney sweeper.
"Viel Glück Deutschland" would be a fitting phrase.
"Viel Glück" pronounced :- "feel - glu-ck". The gluck sounds similar to the chicken's 'cluck'.
Желаю вам удачи! - zhelayu vam udachi! - to plural "you" or formal singular. Желаю тебе удачи! - zhelayu tebye udachi! - to informal singular. Уд…ачи! - to either. Ни пуха ни пера! - ni pukha ni pera - specifically when someone is setting off to do a task like a test or to ask a girl out at a bar. The appropriate response is к черту! - kchortu!
Viel Glück dir. Alles Gute für dich.
Viel Glück bei deinen Prüfungen!
Good luck with that = viel Glück damit
good luck - viel Glück your friends - deine Freunde "Good luck to your friends." would be "Deinen Freunden viel Glück." or "Viel Glück für deine Freunde."
Depending on context, Good luck! can be translated as: Viel Glück! Alles Gute! Toi! Toi! Toi!
good luck on your test = Alles Gute für deinen Test.