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class US English

A set or category of things having some property or attribute in common and differentiated from others by kind, type, or quality

class US Thesaurus

a hotel of the first class

class. New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

classic, classical; classification

class act US English

A person or thing displaying impressive and stylish excellence

class war US English

Another term for class struggle.

low-class US English

Of a low or inferior standard, quality, or social class

top-class US English

Of the highest quality; excellent

cabin class US English

The intermediate class of accommodations on a passenger ship

class list US English

A list of the candidates who have taken an examination, showing the class or mark achieved by each

club class US English

A class of seating on an aircraft that is superior to economy class but less expensive than first class, intended especially for people travelling on business

first class US English

A set of people or things grouped together as the best

form class US English

A class of linguistic forms with grammatical or syntactic features in common; a part of speech or subset of a part of speech

high-class US English

Of a high standard, quality, or social class

lower class US English

The social group that has the lowest status; the working class

shop class US English

A class in which practical skills such as carpentry or engineering are taught

third class US English

A group of people or things considered together as third best

upper class US English

The social group that has the highest status in society, especially the aristocracy

word class US English

A category of words of similar form or function; a part of speech

world-class US English

(Of a person, thing, or activity) of or among the best in the world

year class US English

The individual animals of a particular species (especially a fish) that were born in any one year

first-class US Thesaurus

a first-class hotel

high-class US Thesaurus

the casino's high-class hotel

upper-class US Thesaurus

our upper-class relations look down on us

first class New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, hyphen when attributive)

lower class New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, hyphen when attributive)

upper class New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, hyphen when attributive)

cattle class US English

The cheapest class of seats on an aircraft

class action US English

A lawsuit filed or defended by an individual or small group acting on behalf of a large group

crystal class US English

Each of thirty-two categories of crystals classified according to the possible combinations of symmetry elements possessed by the crystal lattice

evening class US English

A class held in the evening, forming part of a course for adults

fourth-class US English

A class of US mail applying to packages weighing more than sixteen ounces and used especially for sending general merchandise, books, recordings, and films

leisure class US English

A social class that is independently wealthy or has much leisure

master class US English

A class, especially in music, given by an expert to highly talented students

middle class US English

The social group between the upper and working classes, including professional and business workers and their families

nursery class US English

A school class for the education of children mainly between the ages of three and five

second class US English

A set of people or things grouped together as the second best

social class US English

A division of a society based on social and economic status

tourist class US English

The cheapest seating or accommodations for passengers in a ship, aircraft, or hotel

working class US English

The social group consisting of people who are employed for wages, especially in manual or industrial work

middle-class US Thesaurus

she rails against her parents' middle-class values, and yet she lives rent-free in their middle-class home

second-class US Thesaurus

we were treated like second-class citizens

middle class New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, hyphen when attributive)

working class New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, hyphen when attributive)


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