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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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If hunts really have gone from strength to strength since the ban, why would any government prioritise parliamentary time to repeal an act which even the opponents of the act tell us has not prejudiced them.
With Rory's involvement the last couple of years the event has gone from strength to strength. Irish fans are always a lot of fun to play in front of."
St Thomas' CE Primary School is only two years old but in that time it has gone from strength to strength. Instead of playing games or watching DVDs on the last day, the whole school celebrated together.
Since then the band has gone from strength to strength and is now regarded by many as the UK's number one Queen Tribute band.
Celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, the River of Light has gone from strength to strength with the addition of over 200 floating lanterns which will be released at the end of the parade.
Laurie Berryman, Emirates Manager UK North, said: "We are delighted and grateful for the support we have received from passengers and cargo shippers from across the region." Newcastle International chief executive Dave Laws said: "The Emirates service has gone from strength to strength."
He started out three years ago with a flea market in Bootle Town Hall and has gone from strength to strength since then, branching out into antiques and collectors' fairs at St George's Hall in Liverpool.
AFTER a successful first year Inghams' Villas programme has gone from strength to strength.
Ysbty Ifan Agricultural Show has gone from strength to strength since restarting after the 2001 outbreak.
Ever since the victory over Terry Butcher's men, the Loons have gone from strength to strength. Only Rangers have beaten us since that September night and three wins and three draws have taken us to within touching distance of a promotion place.