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beyond measure

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbeyond measurebeyond measureBIGvery much or very great – used when you want to emphasize what you are saying Her work has improved beyond measure. measure
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improved beyond measureThe City's ability to keep a secret appears to have improved beyond measure over the past two years.
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