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slang A table that can accommodate four people, as in a restaurant. Put that party at the four-topper here, and I'll have one of the busboys clean that booth.
An excellent or exceptional person. Primarily heard in UK, Ireland. Tommy's a real topper, you know? He always goes out of his way to help others.
A table at a restaurant, bar, or other public establishment that is big enough to seat two people. They sat us at a two-topper right by the window overlooking the bay. Janet, do we have any two-toppers free for 8 PM this evening?
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n. a restaurant table that will seat four people. (Restaurant jargon.) Please seat these two couples at the four-topper in the corner.
n. a restaurant table that will seat two people. (Restaurant jargon.) There are two-toppers on each side of the kitchen door.
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