(at the) top of (my) game


1. be doing something very well, performing at one's highest level






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I'll need to be at the top of my game in the interview/match

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When you are 'on top of your game' you are performing to the highest possible standard or performing at the height of your ability. This expression is often used in sport as well as in the workplace and used when someone couldn't possibly do any better. Similar in meaning to 'at the top of the ladder'.

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  1. That's Linda's third goal today. She's really on top of her game at the moment!

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  1. There's a lot of competition for this promotion, so I'll need to be at the top of my game in the interview tomorrow.
  2. Even though Alex is in his sixties, he currently has no plans to retire. In fact, he feels as though he's at the top of his game.

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