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  • 顶部;
  • 上衣;
  • 突破;
  • 顶端
1. Many of the clothes come from the world's top fashion houses.


2. He sees himself going right to the top of the tree.


3. I pried the top off a can of chilli.


4. McGregor's effort was enough to edge Johnson out of the top spot.


5. Place the omelette under a gentle grill until the top is set.


1. N-COUNT 顶;顶端;顶部 The top of something is its highest point or part. 
  • I waited at the top of the stairs.


  • ...the picture at the top of the page...


  • Bake the biscuits for 20-25 minutes, until the tops are lightly browned.

    把饼干烤 20 到 25 分钟,直到表面略呈棕色。

  • Top is also an adjective.
    • The bullet had entered the top part of the brain.


    • ...the top corner of his newspaper.


2. ADJ 最高的;最上面的;最上层的 The top thing or layer in a series of things or layers is the highest one. 
  • I can't reach the top shelf...


  • Our new flat was on the top floor...


  • A plastic surgeon can remove the top layer of skin.


3. N-COUNT (瓶、罐、管等的)盖,帽,塞 The top of something such as a bottle, jar, or tube is a cap, lid, or other device that fits or screws onto one end of it. 
  • ...the plastic tops from aerosol containers.


  • ...a bottle top.


4. N-SING 另一端;另一头 The top of a street, garden, bed, or table is the end of it that is farthest away from where you usually enter it or from where you are. 
  • ...a little shop at the top of the street...


  • He moved to the empty chair at the top of the table.


  • Top is also an adjective.
    • ...the hill near the top end of the garden.


    • ...the top corridor of the main building.


5. N-COUNT 上衣 A top is a piece of clothing that you wear on the upper half of your body, for example a blouse or shirt. 
  • Look at my new top.


6. ADJ 最高(级别或量度)的 You can use top to indicate that something or someone is at the highest level of a scale or measurement. 
  • The vehicles have a top speed of 80 kilometres per hour.

    这些车辆最高时速为 80 公里。

  • ...a top-ranking Saudi officer.


7. ADJ 最优良的 You can use top to say that you think something is excellent. 
  • For $50, the guests got three courses of top nosh, fizz, wine, and beer.

    花 50 美元,客人们就尝到了三道美味菜肴,还有汽水、葡萄酒和啤酒。

8. N-SING 最高层;最高地位(或职位) The top of an organization or career structure is the highest level in it. 
  • We started from the bottom and we had to work our way up to the top.


  • ...his dramatic rise to the top of the military hierarchy.


  • …the man at the top.


  • Top is also an adjective.
    • I need to have the top people in this company pull together.


9. ADJ 最重要的;最著名的 You can use top to describe the most important or famous people or things in a particular area of work or activity. 
  • So you want to be a top model…


  • The President met this afternoon with his top military advisers...


  • Those are some of the top stories in the news.


10. N-SING (排名)首位;(位居)第一 If someone is at the top of a table or league or is the top of the table or league, their performance is better than that of all the other people involved. 
  • The United States will be at the top of the medal table...


  • Labour was top of the poll with forty-six percent.

    工党以 46% 的得票数高居首位。

  • Top is also an adjective.
    • He was the top student in physics…


    • I usually came top in English.


11. ADJ 最要紧的;最优先的 You can use top to indicate that something is the first thing you are going to do, because you consider it to be the most important. 
  • Cleaning up the water supply is their top priority...


  • On arrival, a six-course meal was top of the agenda.


12. ADJ 次数最多的 You can use top to indicate that someone does a particular thing more times than anyone else or that something is chosen more times than anything else. 
  • He was Italy's top scorer during the World Cup matches...


  • Management consultancy was the top choice of career among 11,500 students in a survey this year…

    在今年一项对 11,500 名学生进行的调查中,管理顾问是首选职业。

13. VERB 为…之首;居…之冠 To top a list means to be mentioned or chosen more times than anyone or anything else. 
  • It was the first time a Japanese manufacturer had topped the list for imported vehicles...


  • So what happens if the Socialists top the poll but fall short of an absolute majority?


14. VERB 高过;超过;多于 If something tops a particular amount, it is larger than that amount. 
  • Imports topped £10 billion last month...

    上个月进口总额超过了 100 亿英镑。

  • These five schools are in the state's top 5% in achievement scores, one school topping the score for the whole state.

    这 5 所学校的成绩在该州居前 5%,其中一所的成绩高于全州所有其他学校。

15. VERB 覆盖;放在…的上面 If something is topped with something, it has that thing as its highest part. 
  • The holiest of their chapels are topped with gilded roofs...


  • To serve, top the fish with the cooked leeks.


  • ...the glass-topped table.


16. VERB 胜过;压倒 If you top a story, remark, or action, you follow it with a better or more impressive one. 
  • How are you going to top that?


17. ADV 至多;最多 You can use tops after mentioning a quantity, to say that it is the maximum possible. 
  • The publisher expected the book to sell 1,500 copies, tops...

    出版商预计该书至多能卖出 1,500 本。

  • Be here in half an hour, tops.


  • Tops is also an adjective.
    • He reckons a hundred is tops.

      他认为 100 是上限了。

18. See also: topping;  
19. PHRASE 绝好;最出色;无可匹敌 If you say that something is tops or is the tops, you mean that it is better or more successful than anything else. 
  • Majorca and Ibiza are tops for holiday bargain-hunters in June…

    对于实惠型度假者来说,马略卡岛与伊维萨岛是 6 月份的绝好选择。

  • The United States was tops in finance and services…


  • I thought it was the tops so I bought it.


20. PHRASE 大发脾气;勃然大怒 If someone blows their top, they become very angry about something. 
  • He blew his top after airport officials refused to let him on a plane.


21. PHRASE 出人头地;拔得头筹;占得上风 If a person, organization, or country comes out on top, they are more successful than the others that they have been competing with. 
  • The only way to come out on top is to adopt a different approach.


22. PHRASE 最高价格 If someone pays top dollar for something, they pay the highest possible price for it. 
  • People will always pay top dollar for something exclusive.


  • …a club frequented by top-dollar models and their movie star companions.


23. PHRASE 从上到下;彻底地 If you say that you clean, tidy, or examine something from top to bottom, you are emphasizing that you do it completely and thoroughly. 
  • She would clean the house from top to bottom.


24. PHRASE 从头到脚;全身;完全 You can use from top to toe to emphasize that the whole of someone's body is covered or dressed in a particular thing or type of clothing. 
  • They were sensibly dressed from top to toe in rain gear.


25. PHRASE 使愁苦;使沮丧 When something gets on top of you, it makes you feel unhappy or depressed because it is very difficult or worrying, or because it involves more work than you can manage. 
  • Things have been getting on top of me lately.


26. PHRASE 不加思索地;来不及思索地 If you say something off the top of your head, you say it without thinking about it much before you speak, especially because you do not have enough time. 
  • It was the best I could think of off the top of my head.


27. PHRASE 在上面;在顶上 If one thing is on top of another, it is placed over it or on its highest part. 
  • ...the vacuum flask that was resting on top of the stove.


  • …the fairy on top of the Christmas tree…


  • Place the sliced pork fillet on top and pour a little sauce over it.


28. PHRASE 另外;加之;除…之外(还) You can use on top or on top of to indicate that a particular problem exists in addition to a number of other problems. 
  • A stepfamily faces all the problems that a normal family has, with a set of additional problems on top


  • An extra 700 jobs are being cut on top of the 2,000 that were lost last year.

    除了去年被裁掉的 2,000 个职位,还有700个岗位在裁撤中。

29. PHRASE 处于最高职位 You say that someone is on top when they have reached the most important position in an organization or business. 
  • How does he stay on top, 17 years after becoming foreign minister?


30. PHRASE 完全控制;完全掌握 If you are on top of or get on top of something that you are doing, you are dealing with it successfully. 
  • ...the government's inability to get on top of the situation.


31. PHRASE 非常幸福;心满意足 If you say that you feel on top of the world, you are emphasizing that you feel extremely happy and healthy. 
  • Two months before she gave birth to Jason she left work feeling on top of the world.


32. PHRASE 盖上 If one thing is over the top of another, it is placed over it so that it is completely covering it. 
  • I have overcome this problem by placing a sheet of polythene over the top of the container...


  • Stir the sauce and pour it over the top.


33. PHRASE 夸张的;言过其实的 You describe something as over the top when you think that it is exaggerated, and therefore unacceptable. 
  • The special effects are a bit over the top but I enjoyed it.


34. PHRASE 除去…的两端 If you top and tail fruit or vegetables such as French beans, you cut off the tops and the bottoms of them when you are preparing them to be eaten. 
35. PHRASE (某行业中的)最高地位;事业的最高峰 If you say that someone is at the top of the tree, you mean that they have reached the highest level in their career or profession. 
  • He sees himself going right to the top of the tree.


36. PHRASE 声嘶力竭地;极大声地 If you say something at the top of your voice, you say it very loudly. 
  • 'Stephen!' shouted Marcia at the top of her voice.


37.   at the top of the heap→see: heap
top off  top up 

1. 顶, 顶部

  • When you reach the top of the hill, bear to the right.
  • 当你到达山顶时, 向右转。

2. 上部, 上端

  • She feared for the little boy when she saw him at the top of the tree.
  • 她看到那个小男孩在树顶上时, 着实替他捏了一把汗。

3. 首位, 最高位, 精华;(职业等的)最高地位,居领袖地位的人,身居要职的人,首脑;最重要的人;最优秀的人

  • He is at the top of his class.
  • 他是班上最优秀的学生。

4. (箱子)盖,顶盖;(车辆的)敞篷,车篷;车盖

  • That top belongs to this box.
  • 那个盖子是这个盒子的。

5. 陀螺

6. (书页等的)上栏;书顶

7. (新闻广播、报刊等中的)头条位置

8. (乐曲等的)起头,开端


1. 顶的,顶上的,最上面的;最高的, 最优良的

  • There was a fire in the top story of the building.
  • 大楼的顶层着火了。
  • She is top in French.
  • 她的法语学得最好。

2. 头等的;最大的;第一流的

3. 主要的;最重要的;第一位的


1. 给…加顶; 给…盖盖子

  • He is going to top the barn tomorrow.
  • 他打算明天给粮仓封顶。

2. 达到…的顶端

  • A church tops the hill.
  • 山顶有一座教堂。

3. 超过;胜过; 高过;升到…之上;高于

  • He tops the rest in scholarship.
  • 他的学识超过其他人。

4. 领导,率领;作为…的首领

5. 上升到…的顶点,到达…的顶部;高达

  • At last, we topped the mountain.
  • 我们终于爬到了山顶上。

6. 截去(植物)顶端;为…打尖


1. 高耸

2. 超越;高出

3. 结束,完成,完结


1. the upper part of anything;

  • "the mower cuts off the tops of the grass"
  • "the title should be written at the top of the first page"

2. the highest or uppermost side of anything;

  • "put your books on top of the desk"
  • "only the top side of the box was painted"

3. the top point of a mountain or hill;

  • "the view from the peak was magnificent"
  • "they clambered to the summit of Monadnock"

4. the first half of an inning; while the visiting team is at bat;

  • "a relief pitcher took over in the top of the fifth"

5. the highest level or degree attainable;

  • "his landscapes were deemed the acme of beauty"
  • "the artist's gifts are at their acme"
  • "at the height of her career"
  • "the peak of perfection"
  • "summer was at its peak"
  • "...catapulted Einstein to the pinnacle of fame"
  • "the summit of his ambition"
  • "so many highest superlatives achieved by man"
  • "at the top of his profession"

6. the greatest possible intensity;

  • "he screamed at the top of his lungs"

7. platform surrounding the head of a lower mast

8. a conical child's plaything tapering to a steel point on which it can be made to spin;

  • "he got a bright red top and string for his birthday"

9. covering for a hole (especially a hole in the top of a container);

  • "he removed the top of the carton"
  • "he couldn't get the top off of the bottle"
  • "put the cover back on the kettle"

10. a garment (especially for women) that extends from the shoulders to the waist or hips;

  • "he stared as she buttoned her top"

11. a canvas tent to house the audience at a circus performance;

  • "he was afraid of a fire in the circus tent"
  • "they had the big top up in less than an hour"

1. go beyond;

  • "She exceeded our expectations"
  • "She topped her performance of last year"

2. pass by, over, or under without making contact;

  • "the balloon cleared the tree tops"

3. be at the top of or constitute the top or highest point;

  • "A star tops the Christmas Tree"

4. be ahead of others; be the first;

  • "she topped her class every year"

5. provide with a top;

  • "the towers were topped with conical roofs"

6. reach or ascend the top of;

  • "The hikers topped the mountain just before noon"

7. strike (the top part of a ball in golf, baseball, or pool) giving it a forward spin

8. cut the top off;

  • "top trees and bushes"

9. be the culminating event;

  • "The speech crowned the meeting"

10. finish up or conclude;

  • "They topped off their dinner with a cognac"
  • "top the evening with champagne"

1. situated at the top or highest position;

  • "the top shelf"

2. not to be surpassed;

  • "his top effort"
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