To break a leg means to wish someone good luck.
Best wishes; good luck; I hope you do very well.
Said to actors for good luck before they go on stage.
1. The actor was told to break a leg as he went on stage.
2. Hope your presentation goes well today. Break a leg!
3. I hear you have an interview today. Break a leg!
4. Tonight’s the big concert! I’m so excited for you, break a leg out there.
advantage, chance, good luck, luck, opening, opportunity, shot
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