One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A person who seems to be able to perform miracles.‘he is very good at his job, but he is not a miracle worker’‘you're a miracle worker—how on earth did you cram everything in?’
- ‘They are miracle workers and we can't thank then enough for all the care and attention they gave us.’
- ‘We hope to finish and submit it to film festivals in July if we're miracle workers.’
- ‘He is very good at his job, but he is not a miracle worker.’
- ‘Those drugs are indeed miracle workers.’
- ‘He is truly a miracle worker because the film doesn't look bad at all.’
- ‘Dieticians are the real miracle workers in terms of managing the disease.’
- ‘It doesn't happen overnight, we're not miracle workers.’
- ‘We weren't miracle workers, but we had worked hard.’
- ‘The man is a miracle worker with dogs, as far as I'm concerned.’
- ‘They may not be miracle workers, but acupuncturists have brought relief to many ailing patients.’
- ‘This exfoliator is a miracle worker on dry elbows and heels.’
- ‘They won't catch up unless a miracle worker starts to operate.’
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