There are 3 translations of class in Spanish:

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Pronunciation: /klæs; klɑːs/

n

  • 1 countable or uncountable/numerable o no numerable (social stratum) clase (feminine) the ruling class o (in British English also/en inglés británico también) classes la clase dominante a better class of customer clientes (masculine plural) de más categoría (before noun/delante del nombre) the class struggle o war la lucha de clases class warfare la lucha de clases
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    • But the underlying economic and class systems were exactly the same as in Western capitalist countries.
    • The old two-tier class system will become three-tier and the most disadvantaged will have been sold down the river.
    • The central characteristic of the society we live in is that it is divided by class.
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    • The English ruling class had men of high calibre to call upon.
    • Poor people's energies should be refocused in united actions against the capitalist ruling class.
    • They portrayed the ruling capitalist class as all-powerful and able to exploit, manipulate and deceive workers at will.
  • 3 countable/numerable 3.1 (group, type) clase (feminine) it's the best in its class es el mejor de su clase or tipo to be in a class of one's/its own ser* único or inigualable to be in a different class to sb/sth no tener* comparación con algn/algo they're not in the same class as their opponents no están a la altura de sus contrincantes 3.2 [Botany/Botánica] [Zoology/Zoología] clase (feminine)
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    • These phenotypic classes are discussed below, with reference to previously identified zebrafish melanocyte mutants.
    • The species are presented alphabetically within taxonomic classes.
    • Within the large arthropods we found that birds consistently reduced numbers from all taxonomic classes.
  • 4 uncountable/no numerable 4.1 [Transport/Transporte] clase (feminine) to travel first/second class (in (United Kingdom/el Reino Unido) ) [Railways/Ferrocarriles] viajar en primera/segunda (clase) 4.2 (in (United Kingdom/el Reino Unido) ) [Post/Correo] send the letter first/second class manda la carta por correo preferente/normal
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    • Aristotle recognizes different sociopolitical classes or categories of women and men.
    • Things, like predicates, come in different sorts; and if there are ten classes or categories of predicate, there are ten classes or categories of things.
    • It is not possible to show that every instance of the subject class has this property.
    4.3 (in (United Kingdom/el Reino Unido) ) [Education/Educación]tipo de título que se concede según las calificaciones obtenidas durante la carrera y/o exámenes finales (before noun/delante del nombre) he got a first class degree se recibió con la nota más alta (en AmL) sacó matrícula de honor en la carrera (en Esp)
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    • The basic problem in state schools is not that pupils are taught together in classes which are too large.
    • I was really privileged being in the last class of graduate students taught by my theory of international law guru.
    • Teachers in Queensland schools are required to teach classes of 30 students.
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    • The strike went ahead although teachers did not suspend classes at high schools.
    • Just like a school teacher has their class planned out for the next day, so must you.
    • The way in which students enter and leave the art room can affect their learning as well as the art teacher's preparation for classes.
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    • One nurse had not worked in nursing for a few years and was taking the class as a refresher course.
    • This last course is a class for art education majors and art majors interested in teaching.
    • Being able to review the coursework from other classes is a practical benefit that faculty members find appealing.
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    • No doubt their absence has muted the impact of the class of 2004 on the college game.
    • Students from the class of 1964 along with their past teachers had a great night of craic and memories.
    • The information was based on an analysis of the numbers from the class of medical students set to begin their studies in the fall of 2004.
  • 5 uncountable/no numerable (style) [colloquial/familiar] clase (f), estilo (m) she's got class tiene clase or estilo a singer of true class un cantante de categoría
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    • Critics say he is a mercenary and a poor trainer, but there have been flashes of class in his brief appearances in claret and amber.
    • Liverpool fans must distinguish between clusters of defeats and real decline in class.
    • In my opinion it just felt right, and captured a real sense of class and style.

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Word of the day ampolla
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There are 3 translations of class in Spanish:

class2

vt

  • catalogar* he's been classed with o among the greats of the sport está considerado como uno de los grandes del deporte
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    • The problem is that any sort of spending in Scottish football is classed as splashing the cash.
    • If they quit that accommodation, the report argues, they may be classed as intentionally homeless.
    • For taxation purposes, the deal has been officially classed as a demerger rather than a management buyout.

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Word of the day ampolla
f
blister …
Cultural fact of the day

The Lotería Nacional is a Spanish state-run lottery founded in 1812. There is an

There are 3 translations of class in Spanish:

class3

adj

  • [colloquial/familiar] (before noun/delante del nombre) [performance/actor/restaurant] de primera (clase) [colloquial/familiar]
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    • There are no stupid comments about having 24 class players.
    • It's disappointing straight after the match, but I was beaten by a class player.
    • However, on Saturday he showed the class player he is scoring an effortless hundred and he would still be not out if we were playing now!

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Word of the day ampolla
f
blister …
Cultural fact of the day

The Lotería Nacional is a Spanish state-run lottery founded in 1812. There is an