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the top flight

UK the ​highestlevel in a ​job or ​sport: The Sheffield Eagles ​move down to the second ​division after two ​seasons in the ​top flight.
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the top flightnoun [S]

uk   us  
the ​group that contains the most ​successfulorganizations, ​teams, etc.: The ​company is ​struggling to remain in the ​topflight
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in Chinese (Simplified) (职位或体育运动中的)最高档次,最高级别…
in Chinese (Traditional) (職位或體育運動中的)最高檔次,最高級別…
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