Idiom – The Sky’s the Limit
The Sky’s the Limit – Idiom of the Day
No limits to achieve; You can achieve everything if you have got that will power.
The idiom ‘The sky’s the limit’ is of American-English origin used in the late 19th century. It generally means that anything can be achieved, and there are no upper limits to do it.
Rose: I wanted to buy a new Mobile Phone.
Keith: Okay, I’ll buy you an iPhone
Rose: But that’s very expensive
Keith: Never mind, the sky’s the limit for me as I’ve been promoted as a General Manager
After securing state rank, Rose’s parents are very proud and have a conversation about it.
Husband: I am very contented today as our daughter has made us proud
Wife: I know, it’s always a proud moment for the parents if their children are achieving so many things. As for our Rose, the sky’s the limit.
After winning the tennis competition, the tutor praised her for her achievements and said that the sky’s the limit.
Understand the usage of the Idiom in the Sentences :
- If you put your effort and enough time to work on something, then the sky’s the limit for you.
- He’s brave enough to climb the highest peak of the mountain. The sky’s the limit for him.
- Buy anything for yourself. The sky’s the limit today.
- She achieved everything because of her hard work; the sky’s the limit for her.
- At 25 years, he rose to fame. The sky’s the limit for him.