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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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