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it’s a wonder (that)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishit’s a wonder (that)it’s a wonder (that)especially spokenSURPRISED used to say that something is very surprising It’s a wonder no one got hurt. wonder
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it’s a wonder (that)It's a wonder no one got hurt.But it's a wonder he doesn't.She thought, as she spoke, it's a wonder that I have anything to report.Pretty deep there; it's a wonder it didn't slice the top of his head off.Though it's a wonder she did not spot the writing on the wall.The way Max's biological clock is ticking, it's a wonder Emma didn't call out the bomb squad.
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