Definition of be at the top of one's game in English:

be at the top of one's game

phrase

informal
  • Be performing as well as one can.

    ‘this film is the work of a director at the top of his game’
    • ‘He's still at the top of his game.’
    • ‘On the acting front, we have three top actors working at the top of their game.’
    • ‘Barnes has created a collection of acute observations which shows him to be at the top of his game.’
    • ‘Each work represents its composer at the top of his game.’
    • ‘All in all a very satisfying live recording of a band at the top of their game.’
    • ‘Coming into the second season, everyone is really at the top of their game.’
    • ‘Strive to be at the top of your game, despite the hurdles.’
    • ‘You both were at the top of your game.’
    • ‘Now aged 57, Sir Alan is still at the top of his game with a global empire worth £ 700m.’
    • ‘Murder By Death is a prime example of Simon at the top of his game.’