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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtop-flightˌtop-ˈflight adjective [only before noun]  BESTvery successful or skilful They’ve hired a really top-flight sales team.
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top-flighttop-flight attorneysHis office says he has kept at least 20 top-flight journalists and analysts cooling their heels waiting to interview him since October.Kile is among a handful of top-flight pitchers headed toward free agency.But even the most cynical agree that good fortune is the mark of every top-flight politician.Dave Libbey, another top-flight ref, has been conspicuously absent since his return from an early season injury.Liz sees the profit in investing two days' selection time to hire a top-flight sales person.
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