top-rated

top-rated

adj
1. considered to be the best or among the best
2. (Broadcasting) achieving the highest ratings
Translations

top-rated

[ˈtɒpˈreɪtɪd] ADJ [TV series] → de más audiencia; [hotel, school] → más prestigioso
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ENPNewswire-August 9, 2019--Indeed Names Land O'Lakes a Top-Rated Workplace; Farmer-owned cooperative ranks in the top 50 of Fortune 500 employers
The pretty city in the heart of Provence scooped the Top-Rated Port Overall in Cruise Critic's fourth annual Cruisers' Choice Destination Awards.
Bapaume is top-rated and looks a worthy favourite despite his lack of success at the trip as Willie Mullins has bucked that trend before.
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The national average rent charged in top-rated locations is $1,655.
The website, which was launched last year, uses shoppers' ratings of their experiences with dealerships as well as comprehensive valuation analytics to help shoppers find great car deals from top-rated dealers.
Fallbrook, CA, October 22, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Good Dog Autism Companions announced today it has been named a "2017 Top-Rated Nonprofit" by GreatNonprofits, the leading provider of user reviews of charities and nonprofits.
The top-rated program was Amazon Prime, with 71% of respondents describing themselves as "very satisfied" with it.
Users can search from more than one million products--with more being added every day--to find top-rated products, recommendations and comments from other users.
John Lockbaum, managing director, Canada, said, 'We believe the surveys voted on by our clients carry the most weight and we are very pleased to once again achieve Top-Rated status in all three categories.
TOM Bosley, whose long acting career was highlighted by his hugely popular role as the understanding father on television's nostalgic, top-rated 1970s comedy series Happy Days, died yesterday.