Definition of 'miracle'
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No such miracle cure exists. The Sun (2016)Exercise is the miracle cure. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It offers more hope, but those with loved ones who have undergone the treatment say it is not a miracle cure. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Exercise, it seems, is the miracle cure. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A minor miracle has begun. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Yet palm oil is something of a miracle product. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The fact is that humans really can perform miracles of conservation. Times, Sunday Times (2009)So are these drugs a miracle cure? Times, Sunday Times (2006)Police said it was a miracle that no one else died. Times, Sunday Times (2008)THERE'S no such thing as a miracle diet. The Sun (2009)None of the nations enjoying economic miracles is without problems. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You will find no claims for miracle cures in this book. Lower Your Blood Pressure in 4 Easy Stages (1989)We would have still needed a minor miracle to get through. The Sun (2014)Are testosterone replacement drugs a miracle cure or a racket? Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is a miracle no one was killed. The Sun (2012)Foreign policy has been slow to catch up with the economic miracle. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Yet this did not harm his reputation as a worker of wonders and of miracle cures. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There are such things as miracles. Nemesis: The Battle for Japan, 194445 (2007)This year's winner had a more hometown miracle to perform. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It can't perform miracles but might help him feel more optimistic. The Sun (2011)Just as she had given up hope, the miracle of nature and the wonders of science fulfilled her dream. The Sun (2012)This is a miracle product. The Sun (2010)Wisdom comes with acceptance of, and belief in, mystery and miracles as well as scientific facts. M. E. Post-Viral Fatigue Syndrome - How To Live With It (1989)
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British English: miracle /ˈmɪrəkl/ NOUN
If you say that an event or invention is a miracle, you mean that it is very surprising and fortunate.
It is a miracle that he survived the accident.
- American English: miracle
- Arabic: مُعْجِزَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: milagre
- Chinese: 奇迹
- Croatian: čudo
- Czech: zázrak
- Danish: mirakel
- Dutch: mirakel
- European Spanish: milagro
- Finnish: ihme
- French: miracle
- German: Wunder
- Greek: θαύμα
- Italian: miracolo
- Japanese: 奇跡
- Korean: 기적
- Norwegian: mirakel
- Polish: cud
- European Portuguese: milagre
- Romanian: miracol
- Russian: чудо
- Spanish: milagro
- Swedish: mirakel
- Thai: เรื่องมหัศจรรย์
- Turkish: mucize
- Ukrainian: диво
- Vietnamese: điều kỳ diệu
British English: miracle ADJECTIVE
A miracle drug or product does something that was thought almost impossible.
...the miracle drugs that keep his 94-year-old mother healthy.
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