- 1. prepositiona) On the top of.
He sat atop the mountain, waiting for the end of the world.b) On the top, with "of".
A virtue is made out of a necessity, with the child feeling far more atop and master of his oddness, his behavior now deliberate or even clever.2. adverbOn, to, or at the top.
He has a handsome face, still bearded in the midst of a mostly clean-shaving nation, and with the white hairs prevalent on the cheeks and temples; his head is bald atop, though hardly from the uneasiness of wearing a crown.3. noun4. verbto roof
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atop — Тип Системный монитор процессов Разработчик Gerlof Langeveld Операционная система GNU/Linux Последняя версия 1.26 (18 ноября 2010) Лицензия GNU GPL … Википедия
atop — atop·ic; atop; … English syllables
Atop — A*top , adv. On or at the top. Milton. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
atop — 1650s, from A (Cf. a ) (1) + TOP (Cf. top). Two words or hyphenated at first; not fully established as one word till late 19c … Etymology dictionary
atop — ► PREPOSITION literary ▪ on the top of … English terms dictionary
atop — [ə täp′] adv. on the top; at the top prep. on the top of … English World dictionary
atop — [[t]ətɒ̱p[/t]] PREP If something is atop something else, it is on top of it. [AM; also BRIT, LITERARY] Under the newspaper, atop a sheet of paper, lay an envelope. Syn: on top of … English dictionary
atop — /euh top /, adj., adv. 1. on or at the top. prep. 2. on the top of: atop the flagpole. [1650 60; A 1 + TOP1] * * * … Universalium
atop — a•top [[t]əˈtɒp[/t]] adj. adv. 1) on or at the top 2) on the top of: atop the flagpole[/ex] • Etymology: 1650–60 … From formal English to slang
atop — /əˈtɒp/ (say uh top) adverb 1. on or at the top. –preposition 2. on the top of: atop the house … Australian English dictionary