Synonyms of top in English:

top

noun

  • 1 the top of the cliff
    [Antonyms] bottom base
  • 2 the top of the table
    upper part, upper surface, upper layer
  • 3 the carrots' green tops
    leaves, shoots, stem, stalk
    [Antonyms] root tuber
  • 4 the top of the coffee jar
    lid, cap, cover, stopper, cork
  • 5 a short-sleeved top
    shirt, jersey, sweatshirt, sweater, pullover, vest; T-shirt, tank top; blouse
  • 6 by 1981 he was at the top of his profession
    [Antonyms] low point
  • adjective

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  • 1 the top floor
    highest, topmost, uppermost
    [Antonyms] bottom lowest
  • 2 the world's top scientists
    foremost, leading, principal, preeminent, greatest, best, finest, elite
    informal top-notch, number one, blue-ribbon, blue-chip
  • 3 the organization's top management
    upper, chief, principal, main, leading, highest, highest-ranking, ruling, commanding, most powerful, most important
  • 4 a top Paris hotel
    prime, excellent, superb, superior, choice, select, top-quality, top-grade, first-rate, first-class, grade A, best, finest, premier, superlative, second to none, nonpareil
    informal A1, top-notch, blue-ribbon, blue-chip, number one
    [Antonyms] mediocre inferior
  • 5 they are traveling at top speed
    [Antonyms] lowest minimum
  • verb

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  • 1 sales are expected to top $1.3 billion
    exceed, surpass, go beyond, better, best, beat, outstrip, outdo, outshine, eclipse, go one better than, cap
  • 2 their debut CD is currently topping the charts
    lead, head, be at the top of
  • 3 chocolate mousse topped with whipped cream
    cover, cap, coat, smother; finish, garnish
  • Phrases

    over the top

    the lavish dessert buffet after that meal was simply over the topexcessiveimmoderateinordinateextremeexaggeratedextravagantoverblowntoo muchunreasonablehyperbolicdisproportionateundueunwarranteduncalled forunnecessarygoing too far

    top up

    remember to top up your gas tank before heading back to Houstonfillrefillrefreshfreshenreplenishrechargeresupplysupplementadd toaugment

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