English version

the top of the table

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe top of the tablethe top of the tableDHFSITthe part of a long dinner table where the most important people sit top
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the top of the tableSir John eased himself into his great chair at the top of the table and gloomily reflected on the past.Llanidloes beat the rain and a determined Cound side by four wickets to move clear at the top of the table.In the top of the table clash, Wroxham defeated Wisbech 1-0 in front of the largest League crowd of the season, 1,011.Malik's brilliant form took him to the top of the table for the tour with a total of 1,184 runs.
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