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new/great/dizzy etc heights

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnew/great/dizzy etc heightsnew/great/dizzy etc heightsa) SUCCESSFULa very high level of achievement or successrise to/reach etc ... heights He reached the dizzy heights of the national finals. They took ice dancing to new heights. b) INCREASE IN NUMBER OR AMOUNTa very great level or degree War fever had reached new heights. height
Examples from the Corpus
took ... to new heightsDean Shearer had inherited the sit-out from his predecessor Dean Samuel Crooks and took it to new heights.
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