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do/work wonders

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdo/work wondersdo/work wondersEFFECTIVEto be very effective in solving a problem wonder
Examples from the Corpus
do/work wondersFailing that, lectures don't seem to work but subtle, unspoken signs can work wonders.Special teaching and therapy, plenty of encouragement and stimulation can work wonders.Time also has worked wonders, pruning many of the bad investigative reporters and retaining many of the good ones.It does wonders for the individual, and it brings families together.A very little bit of sugar works wonders for dishes that are based on sour tastes.And the visit of a white lady from afar will do wonders for his reputation!This will work wonders in terms of future sales.A long weekend away from work will do wonders for your peace of mind.
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