Definition of cattle class in English:

cattle class

Line breaks: cat¦tle class


[mass noun] humorous
The cheapest class of seats on an aircraft.
More example sentences
  • He won't shirk the task of waiting to pick up tickets in cattle class.
  • Some of his fellow passengers in 'cattle class' from Chester to London are increasingly feeling the pain.
  • In cattle class we are sheep or, worse, sardines.

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