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Success - Successful People & Things

Dive into English idioms regarding successful people and things, like "dark horse" and "late bloomer".

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English idioms related to Success
in action

(of a person) doing something one is trained for or is very good at

[phrase]
in good working order

working or operating correctly and without any problems

[phrase]
in full swing

at the peak or maximum level of performance, engagement, or energy

[phrase]
flash in the pan

a sudden but brief success that is not sustained

[phrase]
dark horse

a person with secret skills or ideas that when become known, they surprise people

[noun]
fat cat

someone who is very rich or influential, particularly a politician or business owner

[noun]
to have (got) it going on

to achieve or experience significant success or progress, often with a sense of confidence and positive momentum

[phrase]
late bloomer

a person who achieves success, wealth, etc., at the later stages of life compared to others

[noun]
be in luck

to be in a situation in which one can have what they desire or need

[phrase]
king of the hill

the person who holds the highest position or achieves the greatest success in a particular context or competition

[phrase]
with flying colors

in a distinctive and very successful way

[phrase]
to carry weight

(of a person or organization) to be exceptionally influential or important

[phrase]
man

an individual who is highly skilled or experienced in a specific activity or profession

[noun]
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