Definition of 'chart-topping'
Example sentences containing 'chart-topping'
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It was more a case of the chart-topping rock star being dragged around by his pet pooch. The Sun (2011)Listen to a current chart-topping track. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You might be forgiven for thinking it not only serves great beer but is also responsible for making musical unknowns into chart-topping stars. The Sun (2012)Their chart-topping albums helped boost sales to the end of March by nearly four per cent. The Sun (2006)TODAY'S chart-topping pop hits are less likely to be about love than any time in the last 50 years. The Sun (2014)But she would be well qualified for a judging gig after two No1 singles and a pair of chart-topping albums. The Sun (2011)By the time the chart-topping track finally arrived, it was greeted by a sea of umbrellas and a much depleted crowd. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Definition of chart-topping from the Collins English Dictionary
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