blow the doors off

blow the doors off (something)

To be much better or more impressive than something else. I think I have to take this job. I mean, their salary offer just blows the doors off all the others I've gotten.
See also: blow, door, off

blow the doors off

be considerably better or more successful than. North American informal
See also: blow, door, off
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The aim was to blow the doors off the safes in the machines which held the cash.
In drag racing terms, a sleeper is a car that looks as innocuous as possible, but has the means to blow the doors off the competition.
In training with Richard Hannon before being purchased to join Mullins' string, Totally Dominant finished second to Grecian Tiger on his debut at Naas in January of last year and again filled the runner-up berth behind Blow The Doors Off at Sligo four months later.
B J Richards, senior analyst at Source and author of the report said: "Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and Qatar are far from the only games in town, however, with even smaller markets accelerating at rates that blow the doors off most of the West - Oman, Kuwait, and Bahrain could, in fact, be excellent investment opportunities, especially for small consulting firms looking for a foothold in the region.
In the opener, Blow The Doors Off can make it third time lucky over hurdles.
VVLAST week's winners The Blarney Rose (12-1), Sitcom (3-1), Blow The Doors Off (9-4) and In Salutem (2-1) have all been highlighted in Dark Horses
In tonight's episode, two challengers will be locked in identical rooms and must solve puzzles to blow the doors off and regain their freedom.
It certainly makes sense from Intel's perspective, which is desperately trying to break into the mobile market - now with Clover Trail, which is fairly exciting, and next year with Bay Trail, which will probably blow the doors off everything else on the market.
Setting up sticks of dynamite, not to blow up in their faces and to, in fact, blow the doors off highly-armoured safes was a very technical job, in terms of how much explosives were used and where they were placed.
It's going to be an interesting thing, but it's not going to blow the doors off.
Companies that Blow the Doors off Business-as-usual," and "Letitia Baldridge's New Complete Guide to Executive Manners.
com) not only upped its 2009 forecast to a 10% drop, from an earlier estimate of -14%, but it also said 2010 should blow the doors off previous sales records.
I have valid, mind-boggling information which will completely blow the doors off the Jacksons.
Not only are you expected to innovate the next big thing, manufacture it at the lowest possible cost, market it globally and then blow the doors off the competition in terms of sales, but you also are expected to return significant results to shareholders each quarter, all the while having an elegant long-term strategic plan.