LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
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I agree with the notion of "add" as in that answer, in that specific case it perhaps makes the sentence more intelligible (easier to understand).
I just would like to let you guys know that "...topped onto each other" can be used in other English sentences. As in:
5. Spoon the filling out of the bowl (leaving any fruit juice behind) and place it in the center of the dough circle, leaving a 1/2-inch border around the sides. Arrange the fruit so it’s in one layer (not topped onto each other). Make it look pretty, if you like! Fold over the sides.
Is not the case of the initial question, though.
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