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the outside part of the roof of a building: From the hill we looked out over the rooftops of Athens. + The prisoners staged a rooftop protest.
Idioms: shout, etc. sth from the rooftops to talk about sth in a very public way: He was in love and wanted to shout it from the rooftops.
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