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    top this year

    For creativity and emotion, Inside Outwill be hard to top this year”, The New Yorker noted.

    What does the underlined sentence mean? Is it a compliment or disappointment?



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    Re: top this year

    I am not a teacher.

    'Hard to top' = 'hard to beat'.

    It will be difficult for anyone else to do better than Inside Out.

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