top dollar


Also found in: Idioms.

top dollar

n.
The highest amount being paid for a commodity or service: paid top dollar for the tickets.

top dollar

n
informal the highest level of payment

top′ dol′lar


n.
the maximum amount being or likely to be paid.
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The point is that sanctions cannot be bypassed all the time and that when they are bypassed, Iran must pay top dollar.
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The capital is second only to New York when it comes to top dollar paid for a bottle of plonk from the mini-bar.
They'll pay top dollar when the key managers are involved in the sale process and are committed to staying with the business.
Accies did Billy Reid (right) proud - first by giving him a full season without flogging their starlets then by getting top dollar when they did.
Russell believes the school board would, in a sale to another public agency such as the university, be willing to accept less than top dollar.
GM Ned Colletti paid top dollar to get a younger version of Kenny Lofton for a position where the Dodgers needed to upgrade.
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