Part of speech:
To be a top for
To extend the foot so as to bring (the toe) more nearly in line with the leg
To be at the top of; surmount
To reach or bring to a climax
To come to mind; to be suggested; to occur.
To come to completion; end:
To lie over or on top of; cover:
A movable section, made usually of safety glass, that is part of a protective head covering, as for welders
A bill of exchange
A sudden, vigorous growth
A flower or cluster of flowers.
A condition or time of vigor and beauty; prime:
The highest point; the vertex:
A corner point of a triangle, square, cube, parallelepiped, or other geometric figure bounded by lines, planes, or lines and planes
The summit is the peak or highest point.
The top, or uppermost point, of anything; the summit. [from 17th c.]
A pointed formation, as at the top of a mountain; peak
The highest degree or point (of a varying quantity, as temperature) reached or recorded; upper limit of variation
A plume used as decoration on top of a helmet.
The uppermost edge of a hollow container or natural basin.
The exterior surface and its supporting structures on the top of a building.
The period of greatest popularity, success, or power; prime.
(Fiction) A generic large company or corporation.
(Archaic) The highest point in the sky reached by the sun or another celestial body; a zenith.
The vertical distance between a standard reference point, such as sea level, and the top of an object or point on the Earth, such as a mountain. At 8,850 m (29,028 ft), the summit of Mount Everest is the highest elevation on Earth.
The distance from the bottom to the top
That which is paid off; return: recompense
To fall off or decline precipitously
To become ensnared or entrapped; to be worse off than before.
The deepest or lowest part:
The lowest or bottom part:
(Beekeeping, archaic) An empty box added beneath a full one in a beehive to give the colony more room to expand or store honey.
To call forth; arouse; provoke
One that protects:
The high gear configuration of a transmission.
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