blow the doors off (something)

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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.
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blow the doors off

be considerably better or more successful than. North American informal
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For the 2017 edition of the annual Japanese Classic Car Show (JCCS) in California, Nissan is bringing out some things old, some things new and some things that blew the doors off the competition.
In the 2013 Legislative Session, "we blew the doors off the Legislature.
Keegan McCutchen got welcomed on Welcome, Chase Webb blew the doors off the Internet with his Welcome to Pizza part for Pizza and Welcome's Ryan Lay got shuffled over from the eS camp to the Etnies group.
Second half, we came out and blew the doors off of them.
They blew the doors off the substation and they hit the car of the lady down the road which has had to be towed away.
A FORMER Royal Marine blew the doors off a block of flats using a hair gel tub stuffed with explosives, a court heard.
Should I say, "I really enjoyed your talk this morning" or make up my own words, as in, "You really blew the doors off with that sermily today"?
The huge explosion is thought to have set off other bottles in a large explosion that blew the doors off the man's vehicle, blew out windows across the street and started a house fire.
Next race he had another engine, 60 more horsepower and he blew the doors off everybody.
The mouth opened, the eyes welled up and five seconds later a scream blew the doors off Santa's Village and shattered several baubles on the giant Christmas tree.
Appearing between Creedence and Sly & the Family Stone, the troubled soul singer blew the doors off Woodstock's second night, giving another one of her stirring live performances.
In November the Eurostar bullet-train blew the doors off commuter rail travel, sprinting the 343 kilometres from London to Paris in two hours 15 minutes - and leaving tortoise-slow US trains in the dust.
IT IS only 16 months since the Riccarton Three blew the doors off the dressing-room at unhappy Hearts.
When he turned 4 and he ran in the Strub (Stakes), he just blew the doors off the field that day and he showed us that he had turned the corner with maturity.