the dizzy heights

the dizzy heights
the dizzy heights informal a position of great importance in a particular field.
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  • (the) dizzy heights (of something) — the dizzy heights (of something) humorous phrase an important or successful position This is often used to show that the position is not really very impressive Now that you’ve reached the dizzy heights of supervisor, I suppose you won’t be… …   Useful english dictionary

  • the dizzy heights — informal a position of great importance. → dizzy …   English new terms dictionary

  • Dizzy Heights — This article is about The Lightning Seeds album. For the BBC TV show, see Dizzy Heights (TV Series). Dizzy Heights Studio album by The Lightning Seeds …   Wikipedia

  • Dizzy Heights (TV series) — This article is about the Children s TV series made by the BBC. For the music album by The Lightning Seeds, see Dizzy Heights. Dizzy Heights Genre Children s television Directed by Claire Winyard Starring Alan Heap Mick Wall …   Wikipedia

  • Dizzy Heights (TV Series) — Infobox Television show name = Dizzy Heights caption = show name 2 = genre = Children s television creator = director = Claire Winyard creative director = developer = presenter = starring = Alan Heap Mick Wall voices = narrated = theme music… …   Wikipedia

  • Dizzy Heights (EP) — Infobox Album Name = Dizzy Heights Type = EP Longtype = Artist = The Tidy Ups Released = 26 April 2006 Recorded = Genre = Length = Label = Music Is My Girlfriend Producer = Reviews = Last album = This album = Next album = Dizzy Heights is an EP… …   Wikipedia

  • scale dizzy heights — scale new/dizzy/great/heights phrase to achieve a high level of success in a particular activity The team scaled new heights with their Cup Final victory. They never dreamed of scaling such dizzy heights. Thes …   Useful english dictionary

  • dizzy — ► ADJECTIVE (dizzier, dizziest) 1) having a sensation of spinning around and losing one s balance. 2) informal (of a woman) silly but attractive. ► VERB (dizzies, dizzied) ▪ cause to feel unsteady, confused, or amazed …   English terms dictionary

  • dizzy — UK [ˈdɪzɪ] / US adjective Word forms dizzy : adjective dizzy comparative dizzier superlative dizziest 1) feeling as if you or the things around you are spinning, especially when you think you are going to fall I felt dizzy and had to sit down.… …   English dictionary

  • dizzy — diz|zy [ˈdızi] adj [: Old English; Origin: dysig stupid ] 1.) feeling unable to stand steadily, for example because you are looking down from a high place or because you are ill ▪ The heat and the champagne made him feel dizzy . ▪ She started to… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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