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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: The uppermost part, point, surface, or end.
- noun: The part farthest from a given reference point: took a jump shot from the top of the key.
- noun: The crown of the head: from top to toe.
- noun: The part of a plant, such as a rutabaga, that is above the ground.
- noun: Something, such as a lid or cap, that covers or forms an uppermost part.
- noun: A garment worn on the upper half of the body, especially a sweater or knit shirt.
- noun: Nautical A platform enclosing the head of each mast of a sailing ship, to which the topmast rigging is attached.
- noun: The highest degree, pitch, or point; the peak, acme, or zenith: "It had come at a time when he was not feeling at the top of his form” ( Anthony Powell).
- noun: The highest position or rank: at the top of his profession.
- noun: A person in this position.
- noun: Games The highest card or cards in a suit or hand.
- noun: The best part.
- noun: The earliest part or beginning: She played the piece again, from the top.
- noun: Baseball The first half of an inning.
- noun: Sports A stroke that lands above the center of a ball, as in golf or tennis, giving it a forward spin.
- noun: Sports A forward spin on a ball resulting from such a stroke.
- adjective: Situated at the top: the top shelf.
- adjective: Of the highest degree, quality, rank, or amount: in top form; the top ten bestsellers.
- adjective: In a position of preeminence: the top historian in her department.
- verb-transitive: To form, furnish with, or serve as a top.
- verb-transitive: To reach the top of.
- verb-transitive: To go over the top of.
- verb-transitive: To exceed or surpass.
- verb-transitive: To be at the head of: She topped her class.
- verb-transitive: To remove the top or uppermost part from; crop: topped the fruit trees.
- verb-transitive: Sports To strike the upper part of (a ball), giving it forward spin.
- verb-transitive: Sports To make (a stroke) in this way.
- verb-intransitive: To make a finish, an end, or a conclusion.
- phrasal-verb: top off To fill up (a container), especially when it is almost full to begin with.
- phrasal-verb: top off To finish up.
- phrasal-verb: top out To put the framework for the top story on (a building).
- phrasal-verb: top out To fill up (a ship, for example).
- phrasal-verb: top out To cease rising: Interest rates topped out at 16 percent.
- phrasal-verb: top out Informal To give up one's career just as one becomes highly successful.
- idiom: off the top of (one's) head Informal In an impromptu way: She recited the poem off the top of her head.
- idiom: on top At the highest point or peak.
- idiom: on top In a dominant, controlling, or successful position.
- idiom: on top of Informal In control of.
- idiom: on top of Informal Fully informed about: a senator who is always on top of the issues.
- idiom: on top of Informal In addition to; besides: On top of this, several other benefits are being offered.
- idiom: on top of Informal Following closely on; coming immediately after: Hail came on top of a violent thunderstorm.
- idiom: on top of the world Informal In a position of great happiness or success.
- idiom: over the top Surpassing a goal or quota.
- idiom: over the top Excessively expressive or dramatic.
- idiom: over the top Over the breastwork, as an attack in trench warfare: "a whole battalion, onto the beachhead, over the top” ( Margaret Atwood).
- noun: A toy having one end tapered to a point, allowing it to be spun, as by suddenly pulling a string wound around it.
- on the top of viršuje
- the top of the head anat. viršugalvis
- from top to toe nuo galvos iki kojų
- the top of the classpirmas klasės mokinys
- to take the top of the table sėdėti garbingiausioje
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