Definition of top-selling in US English:

top-selling

adjective

  • Selling in greater numbers than others of the same kind.

    ‘the country's top-selling smartphone’
    ‘one of the world's top-selling female artists’
    • ‘Mangos are among the top-selling fresh fruits at local supermarkets.’
    • ‘This brand is now the top-selling organic milk in both mainstream supermarkets and natural foods outlets.’
    • ‘He has become one of our top-selling wildlife painters, but, more importantly, he has become one of our closest friends.’
    • ‘Such observations on changing Chinese style are vital to his job, which includes maintaining their lead as China's top-selling lipstick.’
    • ‘It is anticipated that vanilla and chocolate will be top-selling flavors in 2000.’
    • ‘He asks bartenders for the top-selling drinks.’
    • ‘She is the top-selling female artist in the UK.’
    • ‘Skim milk is the company's top-selling product, but it also offers cheeses, cream, ice cream, eggs, pizza, and meat.’
    • ‘They're currently one of the top-selling acts in the UK, and almost every date on their North American tour has sold out.’
    • ‘Hundreds of new works from top-selling artists are featured.’
    • ‘Top-selling health food store products such as tofu and wheat germ have failed to enter the mainstream American consciousness.’
    • ‘Not one of the top-selling magazines on the market is Irish.’
    very successful, very popular
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Pronunciation

top-selling

/ˌtɑpˈsɛlɪŋ//ˌtäpˈseliNG/