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(idiomatic) A simple remedy to a difficult or complex problem, especially a cure for a disease. Often used to refer to a non-existent, overly simplistic remedy.
There is no magic bullet - a healthy balanced diet with regular exercise seems to be the key.
A tea bag remedy for cold sores could be the magic bullet you need to get over these pesky outbreaks.
That might sound pretty depressing; if it weren't for one tiny fact- you have a magic bullet to end that weight gain cycle, and it's called exercise!
Many people believe that a magic bullet for financial woes is adding water elements to a room, such as a water fountain.
Not necessarily, but don't expect a magic bullet either.
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