go sky-high

go sky-high

To experience a significant increase. Gas prices always seem to go sky-high over holiday weekends. I'm sure that company's stock prices are sky-high now.
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go sky-high

Fig. to go very high. Prices go sky-high whenever there is inflation. Oh, it's so hot. The temperature went sky-high about noon.
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If one and two is right, then flour just has to go sky-high. If I'm riding hunches one and two, I just got to ride this cinch, which is number three.
Flores said rice prices continue to go sky-high and there is no affordable rice available in local markets.
In this competitive world, there is no wonder that the expectations of parents go sky-high. In order to rise to that expectation, the child goes through immense psychological problems.
Executive producer Michael Narducci revealed at the 2014 Comic-Con panel that the Mikaelson family drama will go sky-high in "The Originals" Season 2.
"The industry feels that the cost of acquiring land for the industrial projects and the realty sector will go sky-high, which is something not desirable when India is facing an economic slowdown," the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry said in a statement.
"It will enable us to store enough salt to see us through the worst winter and we will not have to buy emergency supplies, when prices go sky-high, as we start to run out.
On April 15 I wrote here that I, as much as anyone, would be delighted to see [prize-money] go sky-high. I also said my criticism was based on two premises - the tariffs scheme has been poorly thought out and badly executed.
Set in Berkeley, California, philosophy student Jessamine Bach and her older sister Emily, the CEO of an internet company, are polar opposites: Jess is a dreamer, happy with her bookstore job, while Emily is focused, waiting for her company's shares to go sky-high.
The siblings are polar opposites: Jess is a dreamer, happy enough with her bookstore job, while Emily is practical and focused, waiting for her company''s shares to go sky-high.
Set in Berkeley, California, philosophy student Jessamine Bach and older sister Emily, the CEO of an internet start-up, are polar opposites: Jess is a dreamer, happy enough with her bookstore job, while Emily is practical and focused, waiting for her company's shares to go sky-high. Cleverly combining romance with social intellect, Goodman demonstrates what happens when the idealistic bubble bursts.
SAFETY FIRST: The team check the gondola, top, before taking it down, cleaning as they go SKY-HIGH: One Canada Square and Paul seen from the inside
And blood pressures could go sky-high if fans have to endure yet another nerve-wracking penalty shoot-out - such as when Stuart Pearce's missed spot-kick brought heartache for England against the Germans in the 1990 semi-final.
The "Beale appeal" story-line follows revelations that Corrie ratings were set to go sky-high for the wedding between butcher Ashley Peacock and hairdresser Maxine.
Interest rates didn't have to go sky-high; in fact, in 1948, as inflation cooled, the Fed's discount rate was 1.5 percent.
But the famously skinflint rocker, 62, isn't about to let costs go sky-high - as he has made his kids take a no-frills budget flight to the bash in Italy.