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In folklore, a bullet cast from silver is often one of the few weapons that are effective against a werewolf, witch, vampire, or other monsters. The term is also a metaphor for a simple, seemingly magical, solution to a difficult problem: for example, penicillin was a silver bullet that allowed doctors to treat and successfully cure many bacterial infections.
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silver bullet (plural silver bullets)

A bullet made of silver, usually with reference to the folkloric belief that such bullets are the only weapons which can kill a werewolf.
(idiomatic) Any straightforward solution perceived to have great effectiveness or bring miraculous results.
There is no silver bullet for this problem. It will take hard work and long hours to fix.
A cocktail somewhat like a martini.
(military, slang) A thermometer, especially one used for rectal temperature readings.
The corpsman hit the marine with the silver bullet after he'd passed out on a march.
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Catalan: solució miraculosa
Chinese:
Mandarin: 高招,良方
French: solution miracle (fr), panacée (fr)
Georgian: პანაცეა (ka) (ṗanacea)
German: Königsweg m
Greek: μαγική συνταγή f (magikí syntagí)
Italian: panacea (it) f
Japanese: 特効薬 (tokkōyaku)
Russian: серебряная пуля (ru) (serebrjanaja pulja
Arabic: رَصَاصَة الْفُضَّة‎ f (raṣāṣat al-fuḍḍa)
Finnish: hopealuoti
French: balle d'argent
Greek: ασημένια σφαίρα f (asiménia sfaíra)
Italian: pallottola d'argento f
Japanese: 銀の弾丸 (gin no dangan)
Korean: 은탄환 (euntanhwan)
Serbo-Croatian: srebrni metak, srebrno tane
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