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Main Entry: 1top
Etymology: Old English top "highest point" 1 a: the highest point, level, or part of something <the top of the hill> <sang at the top of her voice> b: the upper end, edge, or surface <the top of the page> <filled the glass to the top> c: the stalk and leaves of a plant and especially one with edible roots <beet tops> 2: an upper piece, lid, or covering <blouses, shirts, and tops> <put the top on the jar> 3: the highest position <reached the top of the profession> - topped /täpt/ adjective - on top of: in addition to