Definition of soaraway in English:

soaraway

Line breaks: soar|away
Pronunciation: /ˈsɔːrəweɪ
 
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adjective

[attributive] British informal
Making or characterized by rapid or impressive progress: a soaraway success
More example sentences
  • Their soaraway success could treble the number of planes using the airstrip within the next seven years.
  • An American scientist claims that he has invented a computer program that will be able to spot whether a Hollywood movie will be a soaraway success or a giant turgid flop before the movie has even been made.
  • The deal also offers further evidence of the soaraway success of discount airlines, which have seen record passenger numbers over the past year.

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