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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishLazarusLaz‧a‧rus /ˈlæzərəs/  if someone rises like Lazarus, they get better after a serious illness or other hopeless situation. This expression comes from the Bible story about Lazarus, a friend of Jesus. When he died, Jesus brought him back to life From three-nil down at half-time, Manchester United made the biggest comeback since Lazarus, eventually winning 5–3.
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