Definition of crop top in English:

crop top


  • A woman's casual garment or undergarment for the upper body, cut short so that it reveals the stomach.

    • ‘Then, she dashed upstairs and changed into a crop top and miniskirt.’
    • ‘She replaced the pale yellow top with a petal pink crop top.’
    • ‘Jenny looked gorgeous in a mini skirt and a cropped top.’
    • ‘His catwalk show theme was nautical and used navy, red and white focusing on skinny trousers and cropped tops.’
    • ‘My skin itched where the crop top had exposed a four-inch band of belly to dead grass.’
    • ‘It hadn't started life out as a crop top, in fact it had formerly been a tee shirt which I'd attacked with a pair of cloth shears.’
    • ‘I'd love, for example, to find out if those women with bulging midriffs, who wear cropped tops and low-slung jeans, really are convinced that they look good.’
    • ‘It was a cropped top with short sleeves with a low neckline that bared my shoulders and some of my stomach.’
    • ‘Guys especially like to see women in low waist pants paired with crop tops.’
    • ‘It is part of a move away from overtly sexual clothing such as push-up bras, crop tops and low-cut jeans.’
    • ‘The whirlpool rippled outwards, smoothed itself out and revealed a picture of Holly in a cute miniskirt and a crop top.’
    • ‘She had abandoned all of her clothing and was now standing in only a crop top and a pair of plaid boxers.’
    • ‘When she disappeared she was wearing a black crop top, light blue jeans, pink shoes, a black jacket and gold ear rings.’
    • ‘You're parents would freak out if you wore a crop top baring your midriff but wearing a sari is perfectly acceptable.’
    • ‘She wore a red sleeveless crop top under a jean jacket and long dark bell-bottom pants that almost covered her red basketball shoes.’
    • ‘She was in nothing but a crop top and a pair of boxers.’
    • ‘Standing behind me was this young girl with long brown hair and glasses with a crop top and jeans.’
    • ‘Its inhabitants are grand old families more likely to be dressed in practical tweed suits than spangly synthetic crop tops.’
    • ‘She was wearing a white short - sleeved crop top, black pants, and a black ribbon choker.’
    • ‘Then a group of teenage girls got on, all done up in glitter, crop tops and tight jeans.’


crop top

/ˈkräp ˌtäp/