(the) top of the line

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(the) top of the line

The absolute best of a certain thing, often referring to a product that is of the utmost quality (and usually the most expensive). When used as a noun, it is preceded by "the." That store only sells top of the line gear. You may want to consider some lower-priced options. We will only accept the top of the line. It's the best or nothing.
See also: line, of, top
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With views of downtown Manhattan, Central Park, and the Hudson River, these top of the line apartments at The Lucerne are perfect for families that want an elegant home amidst all of the schools, parks and culture nearby.