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top-notch

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtop-notchˌtop-ˈnotch adjective informal 🔊 🔊 GOOD/EXCELLENTsomething that is top-notch is of the highest quality or standard 🔊 I was lucky and got myself a job with a top-notch company.
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top-notchThe soup is spicy and original, and the house salad dressing is a top-notch blend of oil, vinegar and spices.Glover, 45, and a former top-notch jump jockey, took up training relatively late in his racing career.In theory, a star-driven period melodrama with top-notch production values should have been an attractive proposition for distributors.top-notch scientistsAs if a steady stream of uncut, top-notch, straight forward soul is what Prince should be striving for!Graphically the game is top-notch, the character sprites are large and nicely detailed while movement is fluid and looks very believable.
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