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tops

[ tops ]
/ tɒps /
Informal.
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adjective

ranked among the highest, as in ability, performance, comprehensiveness, or quality: His work is tops. That car is tops.

adverb

at a maximum; at most: It'll take an hour, tops. I'll give you $25 for that, tops.

noun

the tops. top1 (def. 22).

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Origin of tops

First recorded in 1930–35; plural of top1
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British Dictionary definitions for tops

tops
/ (tɒps) slang /

noun

a person or thing of top quality

adjective

(postpositive) excellent; superb
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