English version

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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishon topon topa) ON/ON TOP OFon the highest part or surface of something The cake was a bit burnt on top. a high roof with a chimney on top b) HBHon the highest part of your head Can you cut it quite short on top, please. c) WINwinning in a game or competition After the first set, the Australian was comfortably on top. top
Examples from the Corpus
on topOn top of the cupboard was an old trunk, covered in dust.She brought me an enormous dish of ice cream with a bright red cherry on top.My hair's too long on top.Sprinkle some Parmesan on top and grill.The church stood on top of a hill.Dallas was on top by 15 points at halftime.