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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtop-of-the-rangeˌtop-of-the-ˈrange British English, top-of-the-line American English adjective  a product that is top-of-the-range is the best of its kind a top-of-the-range electric guitar
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top-of-the-rangeThe 600 is priced from £13,995 for the 620i to £21,995 for the top-of-the-range 623GSi which I tested recently.For £2.50, he got a petrol cap - and the choice of any top-of-the-range Ford.As our top-of-the-range freestanding cooker, the Eclipse is furnished with all of the features you'd ever imagine.It also claimed that buyers could save more than £5,000 on a top-of-the-range Mercedes and £1,000 on an Austin Metro.One terrified victim was shot in the legs as he sat in his top-of-the-range Mercedes at traffic lights.A car salesperson has many models ranging from small economy cars to super luxury top-of-the-range models.Even at £19.99 for a top-of-the-range silk masterpiece, ties are not exactly big ticket items.
From Longman Business Dictionarytop-of-the-rangeˈtop-of-the-ˌrange adjectiveMARKETING used to describe the most expensive products in a range of products or a markettop-of-the-range PCsThis is our top-of-the-range model.
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