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Russian translation of “top”

top

noun
 
 
/tɒp/
HIGHEST PART [C] A2 the highest part of something
верх, верхняя часть
They were waiting for him at the top of the stairs. I want a cake with cherries on top.Edges and extremities of objectsSurfaces of objects
SURFACE [C] the flat, upper surface of something
поверхность
the table topWords meaning parts of things
LID [C] the lid or cover of a container, pen, etc
крышка, колпачок
Put the top back on the bottle.Lids, covers and stoppers
CLOTHING [C] B1 a piece of women's clothing worn on the upper part of the body
верхняя деталь одежды
Jumpers, shirts and tee-shirts
TOY [C] a toy that turns round and round when you move its handle up and down
волчок, юла
Toys and dolls
the top the most important position in a company, team, etc
высокое, видное положение
At forty he was already at the top of his profession.Being important and having importancePosition and status in groups and organizations
at the top of your voice UK ( US at the top of your lungs) shouting very loudly
во весь голос
Shouting and screaming
(Definition of top noun from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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