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    Question "Our moment in the (very hot) sun"

    Hello, my name is Raquel. I am an english>spanish translator and I would like to know what does the expression "our moment in the (very hot) sun" means?

    Thank you for your help!!
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    Raquel

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    Default Re: "Our moment in the (very hot) sun"

    A 'moment in the sun' is an idiom meaning 'brief time of good fortune'. Perhaps the writer is somewhere in Southern Europe where the sun is unusually hot.

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