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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtop-classˌtop-ˈclass adjective  BESTof very good quality or a very high standard a top-class athlete a top-class restaurant
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top-classThe most obvious is that with the addition of one top-class batsman, Warwickshire might well have levered the title from Essex.Berkeley needed to pay higher salaries to attract top-class faculty.Sometimes he got like that, fed up with top-class food and top-class poncey people.A top-class goalkeeper is expected to be both courageous and consistent.top-class hotelsVogts can not be accused of running away from top-class opposition.She realised he could provide her with some top-class partners and she has made the best of them.Gary Lineker is another top-class striker who clings keenly on to boots he's enjoying a scoring spell with.
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