top off

  1. fill to the point of almost overflowing
    She topped off the cup
  2. finish up or conclude
    top the evening with champagne
    They topped off their dinner with a cognac
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How To Use top off In A Sentence

  • It was one of the reasons we decided to stop offering it. Times, Sunday Times
  • Now it seems that pressure from foreign diplomats and top officials could turn the tide.
  • These accused have also admitted in their confession that top officials of the food and civil supplies department including the minister were involved in the racket.
  • Whenever we go up there, we often stop off just to buy a half-dozen to take back to Canberra.
  • Top offending foods identified were, in alphabetical order, barley, beef, chicken, lamb, potato, rice, soya and wheat.
  • He was courted and wooed by the country's top officials.
  • I'd stop off at Hebron and hire the local wanton and have her wash my feet first. A ROOMFUL OF BIRDS - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES 1990
  • I kicked stones as I walked along, and decided to stop off at the servo near where I live to get some chocolate or something to eat.
  • He flipped the top off the bottle and poured himself a drink.
  • He was known to come home from work at his liquor store, stop off at a nearby field and pitch to both sides of a sandlot game.
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