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Adjective
Of the very best kind
“A top Paris hotel.”
Adjective
Highest in position, rank, or degree
“Also the people in top jobs tended to be male, senior doctors, politicians etc.”
Adjective
Of the highest degree
“They are travelling at top speed.”
Adjective
At, of, or being the top
“The top management of the organization.”
Adjective
“Some of the world's top scientists attended the conference.”
Noun
The highest or uppermost point, part, or surface of something
“The two policemen positioned themselves at the top of an escalator, drew their batons and shouted at the fans to get back.”
Noun
The leaves, stems, and shoots of a plant, especially those of a vegetable grown for its root
“All of the above aquatic plants grow with roots submerged and tops floating on the water, but some aquatics actually float, roots and all, like little boats.”
Noun
A lid, cover, or cap
“Put the top back on and let the kids open it up to see what is inside.”
Noun
The highest or most important rank, level, or position
“Youngsters' needs in a deprived seaside resort are being put to the top of the agenda.”
Noun
The utmost degree or the highest level
“I surf every day and need to be at the top of my fitness to face the challenge of big waves.”
Noun
Highest rank
“The US will be at the top of the medals table.”
Noun
A garment, esp. for a woman, that extends from the shoulders to the waist or hips
“Look at my new top.”
Noun
“Mike tapped the top of the table with his knuckles.”
Verb
Place on or reach highest part
“We topped the ridge at last and ambled down the slope to Timberline Lake.”
Verb
To be greater, better, or stronger than
“According to market research the European smartcard market is forecast to top one billion by 2004.”
Verb
Provide with a top or topping
“Add the berries, and some of their juices, and top with a final layer of bread, cutting to fit.”
Verb
To be at the top of
“Mortgage repayments continue to top the list of financial worries for a third of the population.”
Verb
Remove the upper part
Verb
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