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top·side

 (tŏp′sīd′)
n.
1. often topsides The surface of a ship's hull above the water line.
2. The highest position of authority.
adv. & adj.
1. On or to the upper parts of a ship; on deck.
2. In a position of authority.

topside

(ˈtɒpˌsaɪd)
n
1. the uppermost side of anything
2. (Cookery) Brit and NZ a lean cut of beef from the thigh containing no bone
3. (Nautical Terms) (often plural)
a. the part of a ship's sides above the waterline
b. the parts of a ship above decks

top•side

(ˈtɒpˌsaɪd)

n.
1. the upper side.
2. Usu., topsides. the outer surface of a hull above the water.
3. the most authoritative position or level.
adj.
4. of, pertaining to, or located on the topside.
5. of the most authoritative rank.
adv.
6. Also, top′sides`. up on the deck.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.topside - (usually plural) weather decktopside - (usually plural) weather deck; the part of a ship's hull that is above the waterline
ship - a vessel that carries passengers or freight
shelter deck, weather deck - upper deck having no overhead protection from the weather, but sheltering the deck below
plural, plural form - the form of a word that is used to denote more than one
Translations

topside

[ˈtɒpsaɪd] N
1. (= uppermost side) → lado m superior, superficie f superior
2. (Culin) → tapa f y tajo redondo

topside

[ˈtɒpˌsaɪd] n
a. (Brit) (Culin) → girello
b. (Naut) topsides nplopera morta
References in classic literature ?
Suppose all'ee same fine weather, one piecie coolie-man come topside," he pursued, warming up imaginatively.
Then it was decided to take part of the cargo out and calk her topsides.
It was useless to look down, for he could only see the topsides of the branches, so he stared upward and saw, far away in the blue, Rann the Kite balancing and wheeling as he kept watch over the jungle waiting for things to die.
For these public utility facility sites such as depots, public transport interchanges and telephone exchange, the Task Force recommended the Government to explore whether those sites with larger footprint and in relatively prime location had the development potential, including that for topside development.
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Like a gigantic forklift, it will raise and remove the topside - - the part of the platform housing the accommodation block, helipad, as well as drilling and other operational areas - of the first of them, the Delta, in a matter of weeks.
In August 2016, Pioneering Spirit completed its first commercial project, removing the 13,500-tonne Yme oil platform topside for Repsol in the Norwegian North Sea.
For the installation of the 18,500 metric ton topside onto the substructure, we have been contracted to supply six sets of leg mating units and the same amount of deck support units.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Loading operation of the phase 21 topside will start early next week from Khorramshahr Yard, operator of phases 20 and 21 said.
Work is under way to strengthen the first topside ahead of the lift, which will be one of the heaviest the North Sea has ever seen.
Helix's aggregate investment in the topside equipment for both vessels is expected to be about $260 million.
TEAMS from two Ale branches designed a unique gantry system in order to perform a lift and mating operation of a 10,000 tonne (t) topside at Drydocks World for the world's largest and first semisubmersible HVDC platform DolWin Beta that was constructed at the shipyard.