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top-grade

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Definition of top-grade in English:

adjective

Of the highest quality; excellent: companies with top-grade managers
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  • That was 20 years ago, so it's curious that the ever-faltering director still retains his reputation as a top-grade filmmaker.
  • Top-grade trees require less maintenance after planting, establish more quickly in the landscape, and are more resistant to wind damage.
  • The factory is built entirely with top-grade wood that forms its beams, columns, frame structures and even floors.

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