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top of the line

Line breaks: top-of-the-range

Definition of top of the line in English:

adjective

chiefly US
Of the best quality or among the most expensive of its kind available: top-of-the-line smartphones can replace a laptop my equipment isn’t top of the line
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  • These are new companies, and they can't always afford top-of-the-line material.
  • She had a new top-of-the-line laptop and every time that a better model came out she would get a new one.
  • As you might expect, when cost was not an issue, I chose top-of-the-line everything.

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