soaraway

soaraway

(ˈsɔːrəˌweɪ)
adj
exceedingly successful
Translations

soaraway

[ˈsɔːrəweɪ] ADJ [success, career] → fulminante
soaraway salesventas que se disparan

soaraway

adj (inf) successfantastisch (inf); careersteil; soaraway salesexplosionsartig ansteigende Verkaufszahlen pl
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TUC general secretary Frances O'Grady said: "The housing affordability crisis is condemning people to a life of soaraway rents, living with their parents, or sofa surfing.
X FACTOR bosses are planning huge changes to the judging panel in a dramatic bid to keep in touch with soaraway rivals Strictly Come Dancing.
I also read of our potential tie-up with a super soaraway tabloid for exclusive access to players and staff.
NURSERY goods firm Mamas & Papas has reported soaraway demand for products designed to celebrate baby's first Christmas.
THE Dragons' soaraway start to the new season has suffered a jolt with the news that hooker Rhys Thomas will be out of action until 2014.
LEYTON ORIENT'S only 90-minute defeat in their last seven matches was away at soaraway Doncaster so they can definitely hold their own against another high-flying League One team at Brisbane Road, writes Steve Davies.
Soaraway successes such as the Range Rover Evoque and the stunning looks of the Jaguar C-X16 are proof that we can still produce world beaters.
The new venue will build on the soaraway success of ACC Liverpool by staging even bigger events - thanks to a floor space that will provide standing room for up to 10,000 people - meaning Kings Dock will leap even higher up the UK and European concert and conference centre charts.
OUT NOW DVD UP (U) is a soaraway success, odds-on favourite to take the Oscar for Animated Feature Film.
Since Button's soaraway start to the year when he won six of the first seven races, there have been four different winners of the last four grands prix.
Ladies' Day at Gosforth Park has been a soaraway success with many thousands of people enjoying a fantastic occasion.
It is simply not right that fuel companies are sitting on soaraway profits while households wrestle with a desperate choice of whether to heat or eat.