off the ground

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off the ground

  1. Having gotten a good start; having reached a level of stability or self-sufficiency.
    The remodeling project is finally off the ground.
    We tried to start a company, but we couldn't seem to get it off the ground.
    Once a business gets off the ground, a different management style may become appropriate.

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