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In my first language when we talk about some index rising or, for example, somebody climbing a mountain we often use the phrase that can be directly translated into English like 'crossed the mark (of 1 km above the sea)', meaning that the index or the person have reached certain level/altitude and is now above it. Is there a phrase in English that means the same thing and sounds natural?

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    You could try "passed a (or the) milestone."
    – Robusto
    Commented Aug 9, 2020 at 22:46

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The same expression is used in English:

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