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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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The League of Wales however is going from strength to strength and we hope to build on the performances of Barry Town and Carmarthen in last season's European campaigns.
Miners Dance is going from strength to strength, and he completed a hat-trick with a 12-length success in the extended three-mile novice chase.
Tim Rowlands, assistant curator of mammals, said: "Our new girl and her mum Kelly have bonded well and just a few days in, they are going from strength to strength.
The Agent Provocateur pin-up is going from strength to strength after landing her own series on MTV.
He reports: "Robert Foreman a Year Seven student at Nunthorpe School is going from strength to strength in tennis.
Today's announcement of 500 new jobs at the Cobalt Business Park shows the mortgage lender going from strength to strength.
Jan believes the business, which is open seven days a week, is going from strength to strength because of the personal service and dedication being offered to all clients, whether buying or selling.
Innovate Logistics is a company that is going from strength to strength," said Allen Scott, managing director, Manhattan Associates UK.