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God's gift

noun [U] uk   /ˌɡɒdzˈɡɪft/ us    /ˌɡɑːdz-/ disapproving
If you say that someone thinks they are God's gift (to someone or something), you mean that that person believes that they are better than anyone else: He thinks he's God's gift to women (= he thinks he is extremely attractive to women).
Translations of “God's gift”
in Chinese (Traditional) 上帝(對…)的恩寵, 上帝恩賜的人(或物)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 上帝(对…)的恩宠, 上帝恩赐的人(或物)…
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