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top-notch

Syllabification: top-notch

Definition of top-notch in English:

adjective

informal
Of the highest quality; excellent: a top-notch hotel
More example sentences
  • It offers excellent value for money, top-notch image quality and a wealth of useful features.
  • It had a selection of top-notch artisan products and fine wines, in addition to its bigger industries.
  • Unquestionably possess the greatest depth of talent in the finals, with top-notch quality throughout.
Synonyms
superior, prime, premier, premium, grade A, blue-chip, blue-ribbon, superlative, best, finest, select, exclusive, excellent, superb, outstanding, unbeatable, splendid, of the highest order, top-of-the-line, top-flight, top-grade
informal bang-up, A1

Derivatives

top-notcher

1
noun
Example sentences
  • It was a magnificent triumph for the Gillingham-based Emma to take on and beat the top-notchers from the high profile sports of football, cricket, triathlon and superbike.
  • Uppermost in Ella's mind is to ensure that top-notchers are all fit to face the English side in a crucial Heineken Cup tie.
  • One or two prospective top-notchers have already had a run-out, notably Henrietta Knight's Best Mate at Exeter on Tuesday.

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