Student or Learner
A head of school is talking to the teacher:
You have already improved my school out of all knowledge; you have talent, intelligence, breeding and integrity, all of which I admire very much.
How should I understand the phrase "out of all knowledge"?
The usual phrase is out of all recognition. See this FrazeIt page for its use in context (the first three examples):
out of all recognition - FrazeIt Search
It means the school has been greatly improved.
Last edited by Rover_KE; 09-Jun-2011 at 16:50.