Definition of top-hole in English:


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British informal , dated or humorous
Excellent; first-rate: this CD is a top-hole purchase
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  • When he made that announcement, the prime minister presumably did not mean that the official would continue to do his first-class job until Wednesday evening, whereupon he would draft a truly top-hole letter of resignation.

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