Definition of top-notch in English:

top-notch

adjective

informal
  • Of the highest quality; excellent.

    ‘a top-notch hotel’
    • ‘Whatever your choice, make sure you buy top-notch works of art that you really like.’
    • ‘Silence and emptiness in spades to give it that ring of authenticity plus the benefits of top-notch facilities.’
    • ‘It offers excellent value for money, top-notch image quality and a wealth of useful features.’
    • ‘I was also keenly aware of the quality of his readership - many of them top-notch bloggers in their own right.’
    • ‘If you have more dash than cash, you can get top-notch advice.’
    • ‘It had a selection of top-notch artisan products and fine wines, in addition to its bigger industries.’
    • ‘Fable is a fine blend of first-person adventure, role-play action and top-notch sitcom.’
    • ‘The video quality on the disc is top-notch with no sign of grain or compression artifacts.’
    • ‘America's most expensive hotel has no strict theme, but it does have top-notch rooms, lovely pools and glamour to spare.’
    • ‘Certainly Insomnia is helped along by some fine performances from its top-notch cast.’
    • ‘Unquestionably possess the greatest depth of talent in the finals, with top-notch quality throughout.’
    • ‘Nominated for a best foreign film Oscar, it is a beautifully shot film with some top-notch performances.’
    • ‘Seemingly every weekend SFU is forced to square off against a top-notch team.’
    • ‘Gippsland's Horse of the Year was announced recently which went to a top-notch racing horse in the region.’
    • ‘Someone must have turned in a top-notch performance for the dance gods.’
    • ‘Apparently, top-notch shops have a feeling that quality and high cost are two sides of the same coin.’
    • ‘Well, actually, what made it a lot easier was the fact that the top-notch doctors that are on the show.’
    • ‘However, the movie is still worth seeing, if only for a top-notch swansong from Coburn.’
    • ‘This is top-notch entertainment set against the backdrop of a Mediterranean village and will entertain every age group.’
    • ‘She was bred from two top-notch working dogs from Thames Valley Police and is one of the youngest dogs to become licensed in the UK.’
    first-rate, first-class, top-grade, top-level
    excellent, superb, splendid, fine, outstanding, great, marvellous, brilliant, superlative, sterling, prime, very good, choice, select, superior
    a1, ace, crack, top-drawer, tip-top, super, out of this world, stellar, wicked, mega, crucial, supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
    brill
    top-hole, topping, wizard, capital
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Pronunciation:

top-notch

/ˈtäp ˈˌnäCH/