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English definition of “to top it all”

to top it all

(US and Australian English to top it all off)
C2 If you have been describing bad things that happened, and then say that to top it all something else happened, you mean that the final thing was even worse: The washing machine flooded, my car broke down, then to top it all I locked myself out of the house.
(Definition of to top it all from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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