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Adjective
Highest in position vertically
“The book you are looking for is on the top shelf.”
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The best of its kind or class
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“His latest victory solidified his status as the world's top tennis player.”
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Of the highest rank or status
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“Some of the world's top leaders will be meeting at the summit to discuss this important issue.”
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Of the greatest possible degree or amount
“They are traveling at top speed.”
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Of the highest quality
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“We decided to dine at a top restaurant for our anniversary.”
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Marked by accolades, or having favorable opportunities
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Selling in greater quantities than others of same same kind
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Providing great utility or usefulness
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Of the greatest possible degree or amount
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Relating to or found on the surface of something
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In confusion or disorder
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The highest or uppermost point, part, or surface of something
“It's a long way to the top, if you want to rock and roll!”
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The highest or most important rank, level, or position
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“His album shot to the top of the charts and spawned a string of hits.”
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A lid, cover, or cap
“Don't forget to put the top back on after you have taken what you need from out of the jar.”
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A garment that extends from the shoulders to the waist or hips
“That top you are wearing matches nicely with your jeans.”
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The leaves, stems, and shoots of a plant
“This particular aquatic plant typically has its roots submerged while its top floats on the water.”
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The furthest point or limit of something
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The best or most desirable among a category, kind or class
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Something that encloses another thing, especially to protect it
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Leading position
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A level top that can be used to work on
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The top layer (of something)
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A beginning, or first stage
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The area atop a roof
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A quark having a fractional electric charge of +2/3 and a mass about 178,000 MeV
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A toy with a point, around which it can be made to spin
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Arched part of ceiling
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The stalk or stem of a plant
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A strong fortress that sits high above a city
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The heads side of a coin, or the side of a medal or badge that has the principal design
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(attributive) The most important one out of a related group
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The front
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A powerful or influential person in a particular field
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A person or thing that wins or is victorious
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A high place or position
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A hardened layer, coating, or deposit on the surface of something soft
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An ornamental cloth covering hung or held up over something, especially a throne or bed
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The outside part or uppermost layer of something
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A person holding public office or having official duties, especially as a representative of an organization or government department
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Verb
To place on, or reach the highest part of
“We would top the ridge at last before ambling down the slope to the lake below.”
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To be superior to
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“Never satisfied, he is now working hard to top his personal best as we speak.”
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To cover with a layer
“Add the berries, and some of their juices, and top with a final layer of bread, cutting to fit.”
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To sprinkle something over
Top your delicious dessert with some cinnamon powder to add the final touch.”
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To be at the top of
“Mortgage repayments continue to top the list of financial worries for a third of the population.”
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To cut or remove the upper part of
“The first step will be to top and tail the leeks.”
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(British, informal, slang) To murder, or to commit suicide
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“Please watch over him as he is very depressed and may even top himself.”
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To best an opponent by thinking
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To bring an event to a close or conclusion
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To cover something with paving slabs
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To be the main attraction
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To envelop completely and hide from view
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To fill a container with things
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To be on the verge of transpiring, occurring or happening
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To declare to be untrue
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Fly or rise high in the air
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To make full or complete again by supplying what has been used up
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Have a view of from above
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Say something in answer to a remark, typically in a sharp, angry, or witty manner
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Add an extra element or amount to
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To physically get or pass over something
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