Definition of take something to the next level in US English:

take something to the next level

phrase

  • Further improve or develop something that is already successful.

    ‘five years after founding my software company, I'm ready to take it to the next level’
    • ‘He doesn't want to take it to the next level - he is just happy to play it safe.’
    • ‘Now it's time to take it to the next level, bring in a wider audience!’
    • ‘Some gallery owners have taken speaking events to the next level and put them on par with their other business ventures.’
    • ‘Coaching is a special process that takes the dancer to the next level.’
    • ‘The studio has taken the dinosaurs to the next level and made them as real as you can get.’
    • ‘You need to be prepared to take things to the next level.’
    • ‘Lillehoj has recently been awarded a $270,000 National Research Initiative competitive grant to take the research to the next level.’
    • ‘We can sit back and enjoy the ride, or we can take the company to the next level.’
    • ‘Basically, he needs to push himself and try and take his music to the next level.’
    • ‘"We are committed to providing our dealers with the tools they need to take their business to the next level," said Marco.’
    • ‘And live, visually, it's taking things to the next level as well.’
    • ‘His character should fully irritate you but, at least, he'll make you laugh and his screaming certainly takes the classic zombie moan to the next level.’
    • ‘But it did give them a head start if they felt ready to take their music to the next level.’