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top-of-the-range

adjective uk   /ˌtɒp.əv.ðəˈreɪndʒ/ us    /ˌtɑːp-/ UK ( US top-of-the-line,   /ˌtɒp.əv.ðəˈlaɪn/   /ˌtɑːp-/)
used for describing something that is the most expensive in a group of similar products: a top-of-the-range Mercedes
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