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go from strength to strength

To become increasingly successful or improved. I was nervous when I initially invested in that company, but it has gone from strength to strength, thank goodness.
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go from strength to strength

COMMON If a person, organization or event goes from strength to strength, they become more and more successful or confident. As for James, he's still going from strength to strength in the army. A decade later, the company has gone from strength to strength.
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go from strength to strength

develop or progress with increasing success.
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go from ˌstrength to ˈstrength

have more and more success: Since she became the boss, the company’s gone from strength to strength.
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During the course of of the year these dancers, and others, have gone from strength to strength.
The CBR research report praises Telelogic as a company that "has gone from strength to strength and made a number of shrewd acquisitions to bolster its own portfolio.
NEWSBOY SAYS: Novice has gone from strength to strength to land Racing Post Chase at Kempton latest, a win that leaves him on the right side of the handicapper.
Since taking over at Craven Park at the end of 2005, Rovers have gone from strength to strength.
He started out three years ago with a flea market in Bootle Town Hall and has gone from strength to strength since then, branching out into antiques and collectors' fairs at St George's Hall in Liverpool.
In little over a year, the West Pelton and District Community Brass Band has gone from strength to strength and I'd like to pay tribute to Norman Walker and everyone else involved.
The group, for people aged eight to 18, has gone from strength to strength since its formation in 1997.
The club has gone from strength to strength and it's been great to play a part in it.
Since then the company has gone from strength to strength winning new contracts and diversifying into new markets.