An example of top-notch is an award winning pinot noir wine.
(comparative more topnotch, superlative most topnotch)
- Of the highest level
- That was a topnotch performance, here's a medal.
(comparative more top-notch, superlative most top-notch)
(comparative more top notch, superlative most top notch)
Probably from an unknown nineteenth-century game, where the leader was on the "top notch".
- A person taking out an insurance policy through a top-notch company for travel to Istanbul will probably pay much more than a person who chooses to do business with a lesser-known insurance company for travel to Switzerland.
- The overwhelming dominance of iPods in the mp3 player market makes the shop designed to stock your iPod a no-brainer. iTunes is fairly easy to use - though it could be easier - and has a top-notch selection of music.
- Ravi's Tailor: With customers ranging from business leaders and diplomats to professionals and civil servants, this company is guaranteed to provide top-notch services when it comes to custom dress shirts and suits.
- However, the distance learning program is considered top-notch to many human resource departments, especially in the security field, and certification from Securitas is a marketable and highly-desired certification.
- The SNA899 "Alarm Chronograph" offers the same level of quality, with the added benefits of an alarm and chronograph capability, to ensure that you're never late and you're always in top-notch condition.