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We could see mountain tops in the distance.
I left my purse at the top of the stairs.
Our cat had climbed to the very top of the tree.
We reached the top of the hill and looked down.
He sprinkled sugar on top of the cake.
This is the American English definition of top. View British English definition of top.
the long central part of a church where people sit
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