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be right up there (with somebody/something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe right up there (with somebody/something)be right up there (with somebody/something)informalGOOD/EXCELLENT to be as good or as important as the very best He’s definitely right up there with all the world-class footballers. right
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be right up there (with somebody/something)Number of sunny days is right up there for me, too.Northampton are right up there in second place.He was right up there on Herron Avenue.On the trauma scale, this was right up there with an automobile wreck.
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