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top1 US English

The highest or uppermost point, part, or surface of something

top2 US English

A conical, spherical, or pear-shaped toy that with a quick or vigorous twist may be set to spin

top US Thesaurus

the top of the cliff

blow one's lid US English

Lose one’s temper

sleep like a log US English

Sleep very soundly

the top in top1 US English

The highest or most important rank, level, or position

T-top US English

A car roof with removable panels

Top 40 US English

The forty most popular songs of a given time period

on top US English

On the highest point or uppermost surface

top-up US English

An additional or extra amount or payment that restores something to the level that is required

up top US English

In the brain (with reference to intelligence)

big top US English

The main tent in a circus

top gun US English

A (or the) most important person

out-top US English

Surpass in number, amount, height, or extent

pop-top US English

(Of a can) having a ring or tab that is pulled to open its seal

red top US English

A tabloid

tip-top US English

Of the very best class or quality; excellent

top out US English

Reach an upper limit

top dog US English

A person who is successful or dominant in their field

top-end US English

(Of a product) at the top of a range; high quality or sophisticated

top hat US English

A man’s formal hat with a high cylindrical crown

top tip US English

A small but particularly useful piece of practical advice

boot top US English

The part of a ship’s hull just above the waterline, typically marked by a line of contrasting color

crop top US English

A woman’s casual garment or undergarment for the upper body, cut short so that it reveals the stomach

curly top US English

A viral disease affecting plants, especially beets and members of the gourd family, spread by beetles, particularly the beet leafhopper. Infected plants become dwarfed and have puckered, distorted foliage

flip-top US English

Denoting or having a lid or cover that can be easily opened by pulling, pushing, or flicking it with the fingers

high-top US English

Denoting a sneaker with a laced upper that extends some distance above the wearer’s ankle

open-top US English

(Of a vehicle) not having a roof or having a folding or detachable roof

screw top US English

Another term for screw cap.

seal-top US English

(Of a spoon) having a flat design resembling an embossed seal at the end of its handle

shell top US English

A short sleeveless top, typically having button fastenings down the back and a simple shape with a high neckline

soft-top US English

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tank top US English

A close-fitting sleeveless top

top forty US English

The first forty (or ten, etc.) records in the pop music charts

top boot US English

A high boot with a broad band of a different material or color at the top

top-class US English

Of the highest quality; excellent

top copy US English

The original typed or handwritten copy of a letter or document of which carbon copies have been made

top-down US English

Denoting a system of government or management in which actions and policies are initiated at the highest level; hierarchical

top edge US English

A shot hit into the air off the upper edge of a bat held sideways

top fruit US English

Fruit grown on trees rather than bushes

top-grade US English

Of the highest quality; excellent

top-heavy US English

Disproportionately heavy at the top so as to be in danger of toppling

top-hole US English

Excellent; first-rate

top kill US English

A procedure designed to seal a leaking oil well, whereby large amounts of a material heavier than the oil (e.g., mud) are pumped into the affected well

top-level US English

Of the highest level of importance or prestige

top light US English

A skylight

top-line US English

Of the highest quality or ranking

top-notch US English

Of the highest quality; excellent

top note US English

A dominant scent in a perfume

top quark US English

A quark with a mass of about 340,000 times that of an electron and a charge of +23

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