to a whole other level


1. to take one's performance above the average standard






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he has taken his sales to a whole other level

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This expression is used when someone is performing beyond the level that is expected of them, in any performance-based industry (in employment or sport). When you 'take something to a whole other level' you do much better than average and achieve far more than expected. This phrase can be used in social or professional contexts but is quite casual in nature.

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  1. Kate's relationship hadn't been going very well, but her boyfriend started doing really nice things for her, taking their relationship to a whole other level.
  2. I've never been good at cooking, but since I got this cookbook, I've taken my cooking to a whole other level

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  1. The new employee took company standards to a whole other level with his monthly performances.
  2. I'm looking forward to next year so I can make a statement in the company and take other peoples opinions of me to a whole other level.

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