Top-notch is used with these nouns: ↑performer

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  • top|notch — top notch or top|notch «TOP NOCH», adjective. Informal. first rate; best possible: »a top notch show, a top notch storyteller. SYNONYM(S): supreme, incomparable …   Useful english dictionary

  • top-notch — UK US /ˌtɒpˈnɒtʃ/ US  /ˌtɑːpˈnɑːtʃ/ adjective INFORMAL ► extremely good: »top notch scientists/lawyers/artists »The state school system offers a top notch education. »The new conference centre has top notch facilities …   Financial and business terms

  • top-notch — (adj.) also top notch, 1848, from TOP (Cf. top) (n.1) + NOTCH (Cf. notch) (n.). Figurative of the highest point of something, but the exact mechanical image is uncertain …   Etymology dictionary

  • top-notch — ☆ top notch [täp′näch′ ] adj. Informal first rate; excellent * * * top notch or top·notch (tŏpʹnŏchʹ) adj. Informal First rate; excellent. * * * …   Universalium

  • top-notch — adj informal something that is top notch is of the highest quality or standard ▪ I was lucky and got myself a job with a top notch company …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • top-notch — adjective INFORMAL very high in quality: a top notch university …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • top notch — If something is top notch, it s excellent, of the highest quality or standard …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • top-notch — [adj] first rate A 1, ace, blue chip*, choice, excellent, fine, first class, first string*, five star, highest quality, in a class all by itself*, prime*, sound, superior, supreme, tiptop*, top level, uppermost, very best, very good; concept 574 …   New thesaurus

  • top|notch|er — «TOP NOCH uhr», noun. Informal. a first rate person or thing …   Useful english dictionary

  • top-notch — index best, premium, select Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • top-notch — ► ADJECTIVE informal ▪ of the highest quality …   English terms dictionary

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