top in Hindi हिन्दी
- उत्तम ⇄ top hindi
- ऊपर का ⇄ top hindi
- ऊपर का भाग ⇄ top hindi
- ऊपर का हिस्सा ⇄ top hindi
- ऊपर रखना ⇄ top hindi
- चढ़ाना ⇄ top hindi
- चोटी ⇄ top hindi
- छाना ⇄ top hindi
- टॉप ⇄ top hindi
- ढंक देना ⇄ top hindi
- ढंक लेना ⇄ top hindi
- ढंकना ⇄ top hindi
- पीछे छोड़ना ⇄ top hindi
- शिखर ⇄ top hindi
- शिर ⇄ top hindi
- शीर्ष ⇄ top hindi
- सर्वोच्च ⇄ top hindi
- सानु ⇄ top hindi
- सिरा ⇄ top hindi
top in Kashmiri कॉशुर
- اَہم،خاص ⇄ top kashmiri
- بَڑِ ⇄ top kashmiri
- بِربَتٕنۍ ⇄ top kashmiri
- تھوٚد ⇄ top kashmiri
- تیٚنتٲلِس واتُن،تَھزرس واتُن ⇄ top kashmiri
- خاص،اَہم ⇄ top kashmiri
- نِشانہٕ غَلط گَژُھن ⇄ top kashmiri
- ٹھانٛڑٕ ⇄ top kashmiri
- پٮ۪ٹھٕ ⇄ top kashmiri
- پٮ۪ٹھہٕ ترٛاوُن ⇄ top kashmiri
- پٮ۪ٹھہٕ روزُن،برٛونٛہہ آسُن،اَوَل روزُن ⇄ top kashmiri
- پیٚٹِھم حِصہٕ ⇄ top kashmiri
- کُرتہٕ،ٹاپ ⇄ top kashmiri
top in Marathi मराठी
- उच्च ⇄ top marathi
- कळस ⇄ top marathi
- घुर्णी ⇄ top marathi
- झाकण ⇄ top marathi
- टेबलाचा पृष्ठभाग ⇄ top marathi
- भोवरा ⇄ top marathi
- भ्रमी ⇄ top marathi
- माथा ⇄ top marathi
- वरचा ⇄ top marathi
- वरचा भाग ⇄ top marathi
- शिखर ⇄ top marathi
- शेंडा ⇄ top marathi
- शेंड्याचा भाग ⇄ top marathi
- शेवटचे टोक ⇄ top marathi
- सर्वात वरचा ⇄ top marathi
- सर्वात वरची जागा ⇄ top marathi
- सर्वात वरचे टोक ⇄ top marathi
- सर्वोच्च ⇄ top marathi
top in English
- top ⇄ adj. 1. having to do with, situated at, or forming the top.
Ex. the top shelf of a cupboard.
2. (Figurative.) highest in degree; greatest.
Ex. The runners set off at top speed. We pay top prices for used cars.
3. (Figurative.) cenglish
- top ⇄ expr. blow one's top, (Slang.)
a. to lose one's temper; get very excited.
Ex. It is no secret that he often resents criticism, ... and that he blows his top from time to time (Harper's).
b. to become insane.
Ex. A prisoner blewenglish
- top ⇄ expr. from top to toe,
a. from head to foot.
Ex. She was dressed in brown from top to toe.
b. (Figurative.) completely.
Ex. [They were] English from top to toe (James Russell Lowell).english
- top ⇄ expr. off (or out of) the top of one's head, (Informal.) without consideration; in an impromptu manner; spontaneously.
Ex. The Bishop was such an easy mark for criticism, and the comments of his detractors had been so abundant, making so many pointenglish
- top ⇄ expr. on top of the world, (Informal.)
a. in a foremost or outstanding position.
Ex. A new plan to spread the fruit of scientific research was aimed at putting Britain ""on top of the world"" (London Times).
b. in a very happy or succenglish
- top ⇄ expr. on top of,
a. in addition to.
Ex. On top of everything else, it's raining (Manchester Guardian Weekly).
b. (Figurative.) in control of.
Ex. The conductor was always on top of the music, keeping it alive and moving (New Yorenglish
- top ⇄ expr. on top, with success; with victory.
Ex. We have the best players, so our team will come out on top.english
- top ⇄ expr. over the top,
a. over the front of a trench to make an attack.
Ex. Some fellows asked our captain when we were going over the top (War Illustrated).
b. (Figurative.) over a goal or quota.
Ex. The salesman who goes over theenglish
- top ⇄ expr. sleep like a top, to sleep soundly.
Ex. No noisy window [air conditioning] units ... you sleep like a top (New Yorker).english
- top ⇄ expr. top and tail, (British.) to take off both ends of; pull off the greens and roots of (as turnips, carrots, or beets).
Ex. A gentleman ... was topping and tailing gooseberries for wine (L. M. Hawkins).english
- top ⇄ expr. top of the morning, a very good morning (used as a greeting).
Ex. Captain, my darling, the top of the morning to you! (Charles J. Lever).english
- top ⇄ expr. top off,
a. to complete; finish; end.
Ex. The market has been broadly hinting that the longlived business boom is topping off (Wall Street Journal).
b. (Figurative.) to put the finishing touch to.
Ex. to top off dinner witenglish
- top ⇄ expr. top out,
a. to reach the top; end.
Ex. Real estate values across the country generally topped out during the past year, according to a survey (Wall Street Journal).
b. to complete the skeleton structure of (a building being erecenglish
- top ⇄ expr. top up, to refill.
Ex. The terphenyl undergoes slow decomposition in the reactor, and has to be topped up at the rate of 1 or 2 per cent per day (New Scientist).english
- top ⇄ noun 1. the highest point or part; peak; summit.
Ex. the top of a mountain, the top of a tree.
2. the upper end, part, or surface.
Ex. the top of a book, the top of a table.
a. the highest or leading placenglish
- top ⇄ top (1), noun, adjective, verb, topped,topping. english
- top ⇄ top (2), noun.
a toy that spins on a point, sometimes by the rapid unwinding of a string wound around it. Mechanical tops are powered by a spring.english
- top ⇄ v.t. 1. to put a top on.
Ex. I will top the box.
2a. to be on top of; be at the top of; crown.
Ex. A church tops the hill.
b. to be or form the top of.
Ex. A steeple tops the church.
3. to reach thenglish