Definition of 'top-class'

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Example sentences containing 'top-class'

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The problem is they do not have a top-class striker at the very peak of his powers. The Sun (2016)THE most important element in top-class players is positivity. The Sun (2016)It's the same for any top-class athlete. Times, Sunday Times (2017)He has to know for sure that Sale have other top-class players waiting to follow his lead. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Despite having the best facilities for training and recuperation in the history of the sport and the best pitches, it is apparently beyond these top-class athletes. The Sun (2017)She proved today what she can do against top-class horses. The Sun (2014)They lack a top-class performer in that position until reinforcements arrive. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The shortage of top-class goalkeepers will not end before next summer. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They need a top-class striker and to bolster the midfield. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He could also gallop and had speed as any top-class horse has to. The Sun (2010)It was amazing and it shows he is a top-class goalkeeper. The Sun (2009)Then we have two top-class strikers we can really rely on. The Sun (2008)Their failure to land a top-class striker last summer is little more than pure negligence. The Sun (2015)It provides him with the stage to show he is still a top-class striker. The Sun (2008)They have failed to score in five league games and they must step up their pursuit of a top-class striker. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Tipuric is undoubtedly a top-class player. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Argentina has produced some top-class horses. Times, Sunday Times (2016)England have long passed the stage when they could afford to distinguish between two top-class goalkeepers on the basis of their kicking. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He should have been excited by the two or three top-class players the club had brought in to help him through the early months. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A top-class bumper horse he looks to be carrying on in the same vein at hurdling. The Sun (2012)The placed horses were made to look pedestrian but they are top-class performers in their own right who have subsequently gone close to winning elite prizes. Times, Sunday Times (2012)That's five top-class players and there are more. The Sun (2007)That is always a good race and this well-bred colt could progress into a top-class performer. The Sun (2015)She's also a top-class poker player. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They have a top-class goalkeeper in Lloris as well. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It has top-class livestock, horse and dog sections. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The chief executive has faced volleys of criticism over a lack of top-class British players and grassroots participation. The Sun (2013)They haven't been top-class players. The Sun (2013)He is the team's sole remaining top-class performer and the only one you would back to produce consistent excellence up front. Times, Sunday Times (2011)

Translations for 'top-class'

British English: top-class ADJECTIVE
Top-class means among the finest of its kind.
We think he'll turn into a top-class player.
  • American English: top-class
  • Brazilian Portuguese: de alta clase
  • Chinese: 一流的
  • European Spanish: de primera clase
  • French: de premier planN
  • German: erstklassig
  • Italian: di prim'ordine
  • Japanese: 一流の
  • Korean: 최고의
  • European Portuguese: de alta classe
  • Latin American Spanish: de primera clase


Definition of top-class from the Collins English Dictionary
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