1) N-UNCOUNT Topside is a joint of beef that is cut from the upper part of the cow's leg. It is usually cooked by roasting or stewing. [BRIT]
(in AM, use top round)
2) ADV: ADV after v On a ship, if you go topside, you go up onto the top deck. [TECHNICAL]

He left the control station and went topside.

3) N-COUNT: usu pl The topside or topsides of a ship or boat are the top deck or the parts which you can see above the water. [TECHNICAL]

English dictionary. 2008.

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  • topside — [täp′sīd΄] n. [usually pl.] the part of a ship s side above the waterline adv. on or to an upper deck or the main deck of a ship …   English World dictionary

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  • topside — top|side1 [ˈtɔpsaıd US ˈta:p ] n [U] BrE high quality ↑beef cut from the upper leg of the cow American Equivalent: top round topside 2 topside2 also top|sides [ saıdz] adv towards or onto the ↑deck (=upper surface) of a boat or ship …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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  • topside — top•side [[t]ˈtɒpˌsaɪd[/t]] n. 1) the upper side 2) naut. navig. Usu., topsides. the outer surface of a hull above the water 3) the most authoritative position or level 4) of, pertaining to, or located on the topside 5) of the most authoritative… …   From formal English to slang

  • topside — I. noun Date: 1815 1. plural the top portion of the outer surface of a ship on each side above the waterline 2. the highest level of authority 3. the upper portion of the ionosphere II. adverb or adjective Date: 1873 1. to or on the top or… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • topside — 1. noun a) the surface of a ship’s hull that is above the water line b) the structure and assembly of modules above the jacket or gravity base sub structure. 2. adjective Above decks, such as on the …   Wiktionary

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