- disproportionately heavy at the top so as to be in danger of toppling；(of a woman) having a disproportionately large bust
- 1. disproportionately heavy at the top so as to be in danger of toppling:
double-decker carriages proved to be unsafe and top-heavy
- 2. (of a woman) having a disproportionately large bust:
I'm only 5 ft 2 in tall but I am a top-heavy 36C
- 3. (of an organization) having a disproportionately large number of senior administrative staff:
a top-heavy bureaucracy
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