- adj. Of the highest quality; extremely good
- adj. surpassing in quality
“The index looks at prices for top-quality one-carat stones, those with the best color and clarity.”
“According to the Rapaport Diamond Index, a respected industry benchmark, prices of top-quality stones have collapsed by as much as 80% in real, inflation-adjusted terms over the last 30 years.”
“The plaque reads, "The Medal ... recognizes outstanding personal contributions in areas associated with the University's fourfold health science mission providing top-quality patient care, improving the understanding of the factors that affect human health and serving the community.”
“Touré said: At the moment you cannot compare Barcelona with City because Barça are at the top and have top-quality players.”
“The bank's core Tier 1 ratio, which compares top-quality capital such as equity and retained earnings to risk-weighted assets, was 9% at the end of December under the so-called Basel 2.5 capital rules.”
“However, they had rebooked me - at the discounted rate - into the Europa Hotel, which was at one point the only top-quality hotel in Belfast and also the most bombed hotel in Europe.”
“Its core Tier 1 ratio, made up of only top-quality capital such as equity and retained profits, was 8.9%.”
“These drawbacks notwithstanding, the playoffs have extended top-quality golf competition into the fall, an unequivocal bonus for hard-core golf fans.”
“Therefore, he says, it is vital to be more productive, more efficient "and, of course, make top-quality products.”
“Customer funds are surely safe at Fidelity, Vanguard and other top-quality firms.”
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