Synonyms of top in English:



  • 2 Mike tapped the top of the table with his knuckles
    upper part, upper surface, upper layer
  • 3 some growers clip off the carrots' green tops in the field
    leaves, shoots, stem, stalk
    some growers clip off the carrots' green tops in the field
    [Antonyms] root
  • 6 she was screaming at the top of her voice
    highest level, utmost extent


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  • 5 they are travelling at top speed
    maximum, maximal, greatest, topmost, utmost
    they are travelling at top speed
    [Antonyms] minimum lowest


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  • 2 their debut CD is currently topping the charts
    lead, head, be first in, be at the top of
  • 3 they topped a hill and began the run down the other side
    reach the top of, crest, climb, scale, ascend, mount, conquer
  • 4 chocolate sponge topped with white chocolate mousse
    cover, cap, crown, coat, overspread, finish, garnish


on top of that

the field work was tiring, and there were household duties on top of that as wellin additiontooalsobesidesinto the bargainto boot archaictherewithal

over the top

informal her reaction had been a bit over the top
[Antonyms] moderate restrained
excessiveimmoderateinordinateextremeover the limitexaggeratedextravagantoverblownoverripetoo muchunreasonableneedlessdisproportionateundueunwarranteduncalled forunnecessarygoing too far informala bit muchOTT


top something up

he topped up his glass
[Antonyms] empty finish
fillrefillrefreshfreshenreplenishrechargeresupplysupplementadd toaugment

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