English version

a miracle of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha miracle of somethinga miracle of somethingIMPRESSa very good example of something 🔊 The concert tour was an absolute miracle of organization. 🔊 a miracle of modern engineering miracle
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a miracle of somethingHe had just provided some polish for a machine that was already a miracle of design.Yet, by a miracle of defensive dexterity, Kasparov survived again and again from what looked like imminent disaster.In a city where rules are supposedly made for bending, it is a miracle of law enforcement.Therein lies a miracle of distribution.As with Ste Germaine at Rennes, and other saints, a miracle of roses is attributed to her.She saw the pale flame she had lit in him burn tall and steady, a miracle of faithfulness out of unfaithfulness.It was a miracle of rare device, A sunny pleasure-dome with caves of ice!
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