go strong

go strong

To proceed energetically or successfully. Grandpa is such an inspiration—he's 92 and still going strong with a more active social life than I have! Our marketing campaign is going strong this quarter, so I'm expecting a big bump in sales.
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Going strong

functioning well or energetically. We are still well and going strong.
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going strong

continuing to be healthy, vigorous, or successful. informal
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References in classic literature ?
"Because a thing is going strong now, it need not go strong for ever," she said.
WOLVES boss Nuno Espirito Santo says it's obvious the squad needs new players - and called for the club to 'go strong' in pursuit of new additions.
'I think Thebe started the race a bit slow, although he increased on the back straight due to the race factor from Cherry's tremendous run that forced him to go strong on the second curve closing the gap using more energy,' he said.
"We've decided to go strong to start with and I intimated that before we left Ireland," O'Sullivan said last night.
While the Accord continues to go strong, the new Civic has had some trouble keeping pace with the previous model.
There's less than a month left until the election -- that's why it's so important to start now and to go strong. People have been focusing on the presidential election so far, but now that the race for the senate is going to come to the forefront, this is exactly the time to do this."