cud

cud {{/stl_13}}{{stl_8}}rz. mnż I, D. -u, Mc. cudzie; lm M. -a || -y {{/stl_8}}{{stl_20}}
{{/stl_20}}{{stl_12}}1. {{/stl_12}}{{stl_7}}'zjawisko nadprzyrodzone, nadnaturalne, świadczące o ingerencji Boga': {{/stl_7}}{{stl_10}}Cud odzyskania wzroku. Oczekiwać cudu. Modlić się o cud. Obraz Matki Boskiej słynący cudami. Tylko cud może nas uratować. {{/stl_10}}{{stl_20}}
{{/stl_20}}{{stl_12}}2. {{/stl_12}}{{stl_7}}'zdarzenie, zjawisko niezwykłe, niebywałe; trudne lub niemożliwe do wyjaśnienia – zdumiewające i wywołujące podziw; także rzecz lub osoba niezwykle piękna, doskonała; osobliwość, dziw': {{/stl_7}}{{stl_10}}Cud gospodarczy. Dieta cud. Lekarze dokonywali cudów, ratując ofiary katastrofy. To cud, że nikogo akurat nie było w pobliżu. Cud architektury, techniki, natury.{{/stl_10}}{{stl_18}}ZOB. {{/stl_18}}{{stl_10}}bez cudów [żartów]; czynić [robić] cuda; dokonywać [dokazywać] cudów; ósmy cud świata; siedem cudów świata {{/stl_10}}

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