Definition of blow the doors off in English:

blow the doors off

phrase

North American
informal
  • Be considerably better or more successful than.

    ‘a package that blows the doors off anything on the market’
    • ‘In those days 8-tracks blew the doors off anything coming from a radio station, despite their infamous fadeouts when the tracks switched.’
    • ‘Lasers add new level of design detail, virtually blowing the doors off traditional steel rule die cutting.’
    • ‘Liberate people's thinking by introducing them to gutsy leaders who are blowing the doors off business as usual’
    • ‘Essentially, Bugatti made the decision to blow the doors off the supercar world by creating a 1,000-horsepower engine.’
    • ‘Joe's book blows the doors off conventional thinking and offers a brilliant new yet accessible approach to community.’
    • ‘Power enough to blow the doors off of most living rooms and much more.’
    • ‘Like when punk rock reclaimed rock and roll, blowing the doors off the recording industry in the process.’
    • ‘Then came these new bands and they blew the doors off the traditional format.’
    • ‘When professionals entered the Olympics they blew the doors off the ‘amateurs’.’
    • ‘It blows the doors off of the machines at the low end, just blows the doors off of them.’
    • ‘Mine would blow the doors off of just about anything else out there, but I did spend over $3000.’
    • ‘This past year's induction ceremony showcased 70 characters and blew the doors off last years numbers!’
    • ‘This was Lee's second summer as an intern and ‘she blew the doors off of this,’ Stephan said.’
    • ‘The best-selling author is blowing the doors off business as usual with hard truths and ideas that work.’
    • ‘While its performance blows the doors off the competition over any terrain, a cramped interior and clunky cabin tech bring it down.’