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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Future OfThe Left The Welsh noise–rock guvnors will be blowing the doors off Mono in Glasgow, as part of a tour purely to celebrate that it's October.
But when it mattered most of all last night Wilson stepped into their festering feud with all the skills of Kofi Annan to keep Brown from seeing red and blowing the doors off Celtic's one-man advantage.
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His editorial direction revealed that Rayner was concerned about the relevance of Christianity during a time in which the turbulence from sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll was blowing the doors off the church.
Recent acceleration through the energy retail sales sector and transportation manufacturing industry is blowing the doors off the ethanol markets," said David Mordekhay, president of Gulf Ethanol.
China is still blowing the doors off, although its outlook has started to level off--remember this is all relative--to 24.
Sustained high prices of crude are blowing the doors off the ethanol markets," stated David Mordekhay, President of Gulf Ethanol.
Looking at the equity's technical performance, we find that CVTX hasn't exactly been blowing the doors off.