a bolt from the blue

a bolt from the blue
Meaning: unexpected happening; complete surprise.
Example: The sudden uprising in many parts of the country was completely a bolt from the blue for the ministry.

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AuthorAnonymous writes on 25th October 2017

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AuthorNitesh writes on 12th May 2017

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AuthorSunil writes on 15th June 2016

Really helpful, thanks.

AuthorInoxent Syira writes on 10th September 2015

Really… Help full for me thanks.

AuthorManasi writes on 25th June 2015

Thanks for the meaning.

AuthorNikita Nirmalkar writes on 24th June 2015

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AuthorAditya writes on 13th June 2017

Ur rong! Dont mind my English, I tried using slang.

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