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miraculous

adjective uk   us   /mɪˈræk.jʊ.ləs/
very effective or surprising, or difficult to believe: The diet promised miraculous weight loss. Well, you've made a miraculous recovery since last night!
miraculously
adverb uk   us   /-li/
Miraculously, all 25 crewmen aboard the eight planes survived their icy landings.
Translations of “miraculous”
in Korean 기적의…
in Arabic مُعْجِز…
in Portuguese milagroso…
in Catalan miraculós…
in Japanese 奇跡的な…
in Italian miracoloso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 奇跡般的, 令人驚奇的, 不可思議的…
in Russian сверхъестественный, удивительный…
in Turkish mucizevî, hayret verici…
in Chinese (Simplified) 奇迹般的, 令人惊奇的, 不可思议的…
in Polish cudowny…
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