grow by leaps and bounds

grow by leaps and bounds

To rapidly grow or expand. Our small company has grown by leaps and bounds over the past year, thanks in no small part to our aggressive new marketing campaign. Our puppy has grown by leaps and bounds since we switched to a new brand of dog food.
See also: and, bound, grow, leap
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Lowest unemployment in 16 years and if Congress gives us the massive tax cuts (and reform) I am asking for, those numbers will grow by leaps and bounds.
While a convertible minivan may be out of the question for now, Hogan expects the retractable hardtop vehicle segment to grow by leaps and bounds in the near future as costs for developing roof systems declines.
Airport officials said the new estimates were likely to ease the fears of Burbank residents who believe that the regional airport would grow by leaps and bounds in coming years.
As the comic fan base and culture grow by leaps and bounds, these fans are looking for a source of irreverent, but seriously fanatic information.
It was a small operation and I don't think anybody expected the Jewish community to grow by leaps and bounds.
It is a tribute to the innovation and drive of the scientists at Affymetrix that the performance of human genotyping technology continues to grow by leaps and bounds," said Eric Lander, Ph.
Mott, who is frequently tapped by the media for his expert knowledge of gadgets and gizmos, has seen this segment of the pet industry grow by leaps and bounds in the past 12 months.
Driven by the widespread availability of personal storage devices, the demand for NAND flash memory is expected to grow by leaps and bounds.
The project management profession continues to grow by leaps and bounds," said James McGeehan, Manager of Public Relations for the Project Management Institute (PMI), the world's foremost advocate for the project management profession.
continues to grow by leaps and bounds," says Gary Glass, Canandaigua Wine's Vice President of Marketing.