Meaning of worse luck in English:

worse luck

phrase

informal
  • Used to express regret about something.

    ‘I have to go to secretarial school, worse luck’
    • ‘To be sure he's dead, worse luck for him.’
    • ‘We'd been hoping to catch the sunset but were slightly too late, worse luck… however, seeing Sydney by night more than made up for it.’
    • ‘Tickets will be like gold-dust, worse luck.’
    • ‘Maybe even two, worse luck, because the quantity is astonishing.’
    • ‘No-one was sent down to tuck me in, worse luck, but I do feel a bit better.’
    • ‘The next hardware store I eventually found didn't have any gates either, worse luck.’
    • ‘And worse luck, I had managed to leave Sweet William intact!’
    • ‘And worse luck if he's supposed to be on Guard duty!’
    • ‘I have to say that the airline, Lan Chile, did get its computer to acknowledge me on the way back, all the way from Buenos Aires to Sydney, worse luck.’
    • ‘We've even served under a female Prime Minister, worse luck!’
    unluckily, sadly, regrettably, unhappily, woefully, lamentably, alas, sad to say, sad to relate