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top-level
American English: /ˈtɑp ˈˌlɛvəl/

adjective

  • (before noun) top-level talks a top-level official a team of top-level scientists
    un equipo de científicos eminentes
    Example sentences
    • Ministers were acting on the recommendations of a top-level report aimed at tackling rising levels of obesity among young people.
    • It's a great thing to be able to have these level of coaches, because they attract other top-level clinicians.
    • This game is all about national prestige, international rivalry and top-level politics.

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