a gift from the gods Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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a gift from the gods

an ​especially good or ​lucky thing or ​person that comes to you
(Definition of a gift from the gods from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “a gift from the gods”
in Chinese (Simplified) 天赐之物(或人), 走运的机会, 天上掉下的馅饼…
in Chinese (Traditional) 天賜之物(或人), 走運的機會, 天上掉下的餡餅…
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