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the dizzy heights (of something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe dizzy heights (of something)the dizzy heights (of something)IMPORTANTan important position – used humorously Naomi had reached the dizzy heights of manageress. dizzy
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reached the dizzy heights ofBy this time I had joined the Scouts and had reached the dizzy heights of Patrol Leader.
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