top

(redirected from over-the-top)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

TOP

abbreviation for temporal, occipital, and parietal regions of the skull.

top

Vox populi-UK
verb To kill oneself or another person.

top

continuous band of combed parallel wool fibers which have not yet been twisted.
References in periodicals archive ?
To order this report: CSPs Know Set-top Box (STB) Video, but Need Big Data to Deal with Over-the-Top (OTT) Video http://www.
WebTView is a leader in over-the-top video content delivery to connected devices.
Operators' bread and butter communication services are under increasing threat from over-the-top (OTT) communication providers such as WhatsApp, Kik, Kakao, Fring and Skype, as users engage alternative platforms to address their need for rich, cost effective communications.
Executive Summary --The total over-the-top video test and monitoring market generated revenue of $ x x million in 2011, and it is expected to reach $ x xmillion by 2018.
TEL-AVIV, Israel, February 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- WebTView, a leader in over-the-top video content delivery to connected devices, today announced that its client-side video acceleration solution, the WebTView Accelerator, has reached up-to x36 faster than direct video streaming or download.
The extensive recent exhibition of Frank Moore's last paintings and selected earlier works revealed an obsessive intelligence offset by a dewy-eyed (if winking) indulgence in over-the-top fantasy and shameless kitsch.
Still, the twosome solve a lot of crimes, and the chemistry between Pullman's over-the-top zaniness and Stiller's'restrained drollness works pretty well in this offbeat buddy film.
New York Times reviewer Ben Brantley, not one to over-praise Stroman in the past (he roundly panned Steel Pier), in an over-the-top review said that the show deserved a Tony nomination, a sentiment I will second by predicting it will win at least one.
This report provides an updated analysis of the dynamic mobile data market from both mobile operator and over-the-top service provider perspectives.
Well, Lithgow's exuberantly over-the-top performance can be kind of scary, and co-creator Marsh McCall's script tonight only encourages his unhinged lunacy.
Samurai Champloo contains vulgarity (a-hole and sbomb) and lots of unrealistic, over-the-top violence; it is recommended for libraries with manga collections.
A less obvious but more profound affinity is with the baroque, not only in Grosse's over-the-top combinations--fluorescent and metallic paints or the layering of gold on pink, for example--but also the inhuman scale and positioning of the paintings that focus concentration on detail.