[ US /ˈtɑˌpəp/ ]
  1. an amount needed to restore something to its former level
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How To Use top-up In A Sentence

  • This meant that every time my tyres developed a puncture or went a bit flat - roughly once a day - I had to find a mechanic's workshop, and pay forty centavos for a quick top-up of air.
  • In proposing the motion, a doctor did suggest that top-up fees might be one possible option. Times, Sunday Times
  • The government's scheme gives a free 25 per cent top-up to savers who leave their money in an account for five years.
  • Remove weeds from ornamental borders and top-up decorative mulches
  • You will not find a vice-chancellor who expresses other than contempt for the Conservatives' opposition to top-up fees, nor a numerate politician or sensible policy expert who disagrees with the basic principle.
  • It is not easily soluble or generously available in the soil, so a top-up can be helpful. Times, Sunday Times
  • Student grants will be frozen at existing levels and top-up loans made available.
  • Illegal cleaning merges with semi-legal cleaning; with semi-deliberate fraud; and with knowing fraud (the cash top-up on the declared wage).
  • Please refer to policy terms and conditions for the minimum amount of single premium top-up and minimum investment in each Fund.
  • But it is a practice bullishly defended by the police authorities who pay the top-ups. Times, Sunday Times
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