God's gift to (something)

God's gift to (something)

A phrase used when someone excels (or believes they excel) in a particular area (which is stated after "to"). He may think that he's God's gift to painting, but critics have found his work to be very derivative.
See also: gift

God's gift (to women)

Fig. a desirable or perfect man. (Usually sarcastic.) Tom thinks he's God's gift to women, but if the truth were known, they laugh at him behind his back. He acted like he was God's gift and I should be real grateful to be going out with him.
See also: gift

God's gift to something

If someone is God's gift to something, they are extremely skilled at it. This man is God's gift to ballet. She clearly thinks she's God's gift to broadcasting.
See also: gift, something

God's (own) gift to —

the ideal or best possible person or thing for someone or something (used chiefly ironically or in negative statements).
1998 Spectator Their [the English] hooligans, their pressmen, hell, even their footballers behave as if they were God's own gift to sport.
See also: gift

God’s gift (to somebody/something)

(ironic) a person who thinks that they are particularly good at something or who thinks that somebody will find them particularly attractive: He seems to think he’s God’s gift to women.
See also: gift