English version

go from strength to strength

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgo from strength to strengthgo from strength to strengthSUCCESSFULto become more and more successful For several years, the business went from strength to strength. strength
Examples from the Corpus
go from strength to strengthWe can't help but go from strength to strength.While the company goes from strength to strength, the union claims, its employees are losing out.But now they have gone, the story line has gone from strength to strength.The railcoaches however, went from strength to strength and became the work-horses of the Blackpool system.Ride are just going from strength to strength - one of the bands that are really cutting through at the moment.On its own terms, meanwhile, the new philology went from strength to strength.As these events were unfolding we were finding that our Partnership's lifestyle magazines were going from strength to strength.
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