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perform/work miracles/a miracle

informal
to be extremely effective in improving a situation: You've performed a miracle in this kitchen - I've never seen it so clean!
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Translations of “perform/work miracles/a miracle”
in Chinese (Simplified) 创造奇迹, 有奇效…
in Chinese (Traditional) 創造奇跡, 有奇效…
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