Spanish idioms: Ir viento en popa (A2)

ir-viento-en-popaDo you know how to say  “to be going splendidly in Spanish?

We say

Ir viento en popa

(to go wind in the stern)


Note: The image here comes from sailing. If the wind is coming from the stern of the boat, it fills the sails and the boat moves easily.

El proyecto va viento en popa (The project is going splendidly).

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