Definición de classical en inglés:

classical

Saltos de línea: clas|sic¦al
Pronunciación: /ˈklasɪk(ə)l
 
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adjetivo

1Relating to ancient Greek or Latin literature, art, or culture: classical mythology classical Latin
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  • He teaches Greek and Latin at all levels, along with courses in classical mythology and Greek literature and culture.
  • However, there were other Church Fathers who defended the value of studying classical literature and philosophy.
  • But the balance in the secondary schools of Europe was overwhelmingly in favour of classical culture.
Sinónimos
ancient Greek, Grecian, Hellenic, Attic; Latin, ancient Roman
1.1(Of art or architecture) influenced by ancient Greek or Roman forms or principles: the classical house at Buscot Park
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  • An educational program was set up, and promising youth were sent on government-sponsored tours of Europe to learn about classical art and architecture.
  • Here, his great palace imitated and even incorporated examples of late classical art and architecture.
  • I'd been traveling across Greece and Turkey with a small group of college students, studying Byzantine and classical art and architecture.
Sinónimos
simple, pure, restrained, plain, austere; well proportioned, harmonious, balanced, symmetrical, elegant, aesthetic; LiteratureAugustan
2Representing an exemplary standard within a traditional and long-established form or style: classical ballet
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  • This piece is also the furthest from the traditional style of classical ballet and offers a good reflection of the state of contemporary ballet.
  • But one thing is clear: The mood is frivolous, with most designers steering clear of traditional and classical styles and opting instead for adventure.
  • It is within such a classical critical tradition of a crisis of ideology that the declining confrontations of labor and capital has brought more radical consequences.
Sinónimos
2.1Relating to the first significant period of an area of study: classical mechanics
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  • Within the field of religion or area studies, there is a difference between emphases in the classical or modern period.
  • Did you feel like you were coming in at the last moment of the classical Hollywood period?
  • As was common throughout the classical period of Indian mathematics, members of the family acted as teachers to other family members.
3 Physics Relating to or based upon concepts and theories which preceded the theories of relativity and quantum mechanics; Newtonian: classical physics
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  • The second term you may recognize to be the kinetic energy of classical Newtonian physics.
  • Like all his contemporaries, Hawking was brought up, as a scientist, on the classical ideas of Newton and on relativity theory and quantum physics in their original forms.
  • Newton's Law of Gravitation was the beginning of classical field theory.

Origen

late 16th century (in the sense 'outstanding of its kind'): from Latin classicus 'belonging to a class' (see classic) + -al.

Derivativos

classicalism

sustantivo
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  • Our oil paintings have different styles such as classicalism, impressionism and realism.
  • At the beginning of the 19th century, for example, the ‘newer’ paradigm of positivism emerged to challenge the ‘older’ paradigm of classicalism.
  • The artist used a combination of impressionism and classicalism.

classicality

Pronunciación: /-ˈkalɪti/
sustantivo
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  • The black and white pictures on the wall emulate the sense of classicality.
  • After early, Busoni-influenced attempts to ‘reconcile expressionism with new classicality’, Wolpe's music took a more political turn during the early 1930s.
  • He postulates that complexity is the key to understanding the emergence of classicality.

classically

adverbio
[as submodifier]: the classically beautiful lines of her face
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  • The simple lines of his classically inspired designs are very much in vogue today and his designs still stand out on Glasgow's landscape.
  • He also likes the Edwardian era with its classically feminine lines.
  • Emotional expression isn't sacrificed to the demands of classically beautiful tone.

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