topping

  1. a flavorful addition on top of a dish
  2. go beyond
  3. pass by, over, or under without making contact
  4. provide with a top
  5. strike (the top part of a ball in golf, baseball, or pool) giving it a forward spin
  6. cut the top off
  7. be the culminating event

Topping

The primary distillation phase of a refinery process.

topping

[n] - a flavorful addition on top of a dish
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Topping

Top'ping adjective 1. Rising above; surpassing. 2. Hence, assuming superiority; proud. « The great and flourishing condition of some of the topping sinners of the world.» South. 3. Fine; gallant. [ Slang] Johnson.
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Topping

Top'ping noun 1. The act of one who tops; the act of cutting off the top. 2. (Nautical) The act of raising one extremity of a spar higher than the other. 3. plural That which comes from hemp in the process of hatcheling. Topping lift (Nautical) , ...
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topping

noun a flavorful addition on top of a dish
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Topping

• (n.) The tail of an artificial fly. • (n.) The act of one who tops; the act of cutting off the top. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Top • (a.) Fine; gallant. • (n.) That which comes from hemp in the process of hatcheling. • (a.) Hence, assuming superiority; proud. • (a.) Rising above; surpassing. • (n.) The act of r...
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topping

(from the article `magnetohydrodynamic power generator`) ...power station would have to combine an MHD generator with a conventional steam plant in what is termed a binary cycle. The hot gas is first passed ...
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topping

(from the article `wine`) ...portion of the yeast cells will soon be found in the sediment, or lees. Separation of the supernatant wine from the lees is called racking. The ...
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topping

Cutting off the top section of a standing tree.
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Topping

1) A layer of high quality concrete placed to form a floor surface on a concrete base, or 2) a dry-shake application of a special material to produce particular surface characteristics.
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Topping

Cutting down weeds and grass that have grown too long. The equivalent of mowing the lawn.
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Topping

Topping is slang for fine or gallant, excellent
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Topping

The act of filling a barrel or tank to the very top with liquid, usually wine of the same type and vintage. Contrary to popular belief, topping adds air to the barrel being topped rather than protecting the wine from air.
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Topping

Pruning the plant by cutting off the top just above a node, or set of nodes, to encourage lateral branching.
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Topping

[agriculture] Topping is a process by which a mower or similar implement is used to `top`, or remove, the aerial part of a crop, in order to prevent seed formation and distribution onto the soil. Typically, a set-aside cover crop is topped in July or August, to prevent seed production and subsequent soil contamination leading to germination...
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Topping

Cutting down weeds and grass that have grown too long. The equivalent of mowing the lawn.
Found on http://www.farm-direct.co.uk/shared/glossary.html

Topping

The act of filling a barrel or tank to the very top with liquid, usually wine of the same type and vintage.
Found on http://www.nebraskawines.com/wine-glossary/
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