What does good luck means in Japanese?
"Good luck, Everyone!" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Buona fortuna a tutti! Specifically, the feminine adjective buona means "good." The feminine noun fortuna means "chance, fortune, good luck, luck." The preposition a means "to." The masculine noun tutti means "everyone." The pronunciation is "BWOH-nah fohr-TOO-nah TOOT-tee."
mazal tov (מזל טוב) is the Hebrew word for congratulations. Note: It does not mean "good luck." This is a common mistranslation based on a literal translation. Mazal Tov really means something like "[I am happy that you are having] good luck," It's never used to tell a person that you hope they are about to have good luck. To wish someone "good luck" in Hebrew, you would say: be-hatslachá (בהחצלחה), which literally means "with…