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on top of somebody

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishon top of somebodyon top of somebodyif something dangerous or threatening is on top of you, it is very near you The truck was almost on top of us. top
Examples from the Corpus
on top of somebodyThe weight of the air on top of the paper held it down with so much pressure that the stick broke.The charge came on top of $ 200 million the firm already set aside in July.They laid the mattress over her, then piled pillows and coats on top of that.Then spread the cream cheese-nut filling on top of the honey-butter.Allen slipped and fell and was stabbed three times in his left shoulder and once on top of his head.Then they were lying against each other, on top of each other, inside each other.Human beings are the same: they're piled on top of one another.Dry-fry the bacon, onion and mushrooms, then place on top of the cauliflower.
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