top of the line


top of the line
The best, fanciest, or highest quality, especially among selections in a product line.

When you buy a top-of-the-line refrigerator, you expect it to work for many years.


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  • Top of the Line — Álbum  de Tito El Bambino Publicación 4 de abril de 2006 Género(s) Reggaeton Discográfica EMI …   Wikipedia Español

  • top of the line — (the) top of the line the very best of something. The four acts for the opening of the jazz festival were all top of the line …   New idioms dictionary

  • top-of-the-line — UK US adjective US COMMERCE ► TOP OF THE RANGE(Cf. ↑top of the range) …   Financial and business terms

  • top-of-the-line — /top euhv dheuh luyn /, adj. being the best and usually the most expensive of its kind: The company previewed its top of the line carpeting. * * * …   Universalium

  • Top of the Line — Infobox Album | Name = Top of the Line Type = Album Artist = Tito El Bambino Released = April 4, 2006 Recorded = 2005 2006 Genre = Reggaeton Length = Label = EMI Televisa Music, Producer = Luny Tunes Tainy Noriega Nales Thilo Santana Nesty La… …   Wikipedia

  • top of the line — Digest 20/2002 the best quality; the model that is the best in a group I d love to have a computer system that is top of the line, but I can t afford it right now so I ll have to settle for one that has fewer features. Compare to: ((first rate)) …   Idioms and examples

  • top-of-the-line — adjective Date: 1963 top notch; especially being or belonging to the highest or most expensive class < top of the line camera equipment > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • top of the line — something that is of the highest quality, finest item, best of its kind …   English contemporary dictionary

  • (the) top of the line — the very best of something. The four acts for the opening of the jazz festival were all top of the line …   New idioms dictionary

  • the top of the line — UK US noun [S] US COMMERCE ► THE TOP OF THE RANGE(Cf. ↑the top of the range) …   Financial and business terms