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class

 (klăs)
n.
1. A set, collection, group, or configuration containing members regarded as having certain attributes or traits in common; a kind or category.
2. A division based on quality, rank, or grade, as:
a. A grade of mail: a package sent third class.
b. A quality of accommodation on public transport: tourist class.
3.
a. A social stratum whose members share certain economic, social, or cultural characteristics: the lower-income classes.
b. Social rank or caste, especially high rank.
c. Informal Elegance of style, taste, and manner: an actor with class.
4.
a. A group of students who are taught together, usually at a regularly scheduled time and in the same subject.
b. The period during which such a group meets: had to stay after class.
c. The subject material taught to or studied by such a group: found the math class challenging.
d. A group of students or alumni who have the same year of graduation.
5. Biology A taxonomic category ranking below a phylum or division and above an order.
6. Statistics An interval in a frequency distribution.
7. Linguistics A group of words belonging to the same grammatical category that share a particular set of morphological properties, such as a set of inflections.
8. Mathematics A collection of sets whose members share a specified property.
tr.v. classed, class·ing, class·es
To arrange, group, or rate according to qualities or characteristics; assign to a class; classify.

[French classe, from Latin classis, class of citizens; see kelə- in Indo-European roots.]

class

(klɑːs)
n
1. a collection or division of people or things sharing a common characteristic, attribute, quality, or property
2. (Sociology) a group of persons sharing a similar social position and certain economic, political, and cultural characteristics
3. (Philosophy) (in Marxist theory) a group of persons sharing the same relationship to the means of production
4. (Sociology)
a. the pattern of divisions that exist within a society on the basis of rank, economic status, etc
b. (as modifier): the class struggle; class distinctions.
5. (Education)
a. a group of pupils or students who are taught and study together
b. a meeting of a group of students for tuition
6. (Education) chiefly US a group of students who graduated in a specified year: the class of '53.
7. (Education) (in combination and as modifier) Brit a grade of attainment in a university honours degree: second-class honours.
8. one of several standards of accommodation in public transport. See also first class, second class, third class
9.
a. informal excellence or elegance, esp in dress, design, or behaviour: that girl's got class.
b. (as modifier): a class act.
10. (Horse Racing)
a. outstanding speed and stamina in a racehorse
b. (as modifier): the class horse in the race.
11. (Biology) biology any of the taxonomic groups into which a phylum is divided and which contains one or more orders. Amphibia, Reptilia, and Mammalia are three classes of phylum Chordata
12. (Mathematics) maths logic
a. another name for set23
b. proper class a class which cannot itself be a member of other classes
13. (Logic) maths logic
a. another name for set23
b. proper class a class which cannot itself be a member of other classes
14. in a class of its own in a class by oneself unequalled; unparalleled
vb
to have or assign a place within a group, grade, or class
[C17: from Latin classis class, rank, fleet; related to Latin calāre to summon]
ˈclassable adj
ˈclasser n

class

(klæs, klɑs)

n.
1. a number of persons or things regarded as belonging together because of common attributes, qualities, or traits; kind; sort.
2.
a. a group of students meeting regularly to study a subject under the guidance of a teacher.
b. the period in which they meet.
c. a meeting of such a group.
d. a classroom.
3. a group of students ranked together or graduated in the same year: the class of '92.
4. a social stratum sharing basic economic, political, or cultural characteristics, and having the same social position: the blue-collar class.
5. the system of dividing society; caste.
6. social rank, esp. high rank.
7. the members of a given group in society, regarded as a single entity: the academic class.
8. any division of persons or things according to rank or grade: a hotel of the highest class.
9. Informal. elegance, grace, or dignity, as in dress and behavior.
10. any of several grades of accommodations available on ships, airplanes, and the like.
11. the usual major subdivision of a phylum or division in the classification of organisms, usu. consisting of several orders.
13. Math. a set; a collection.
adj.
14. Informal. of high quality, rank, or grade: a class act; a class performer.
v.t.
15. to place or arrange in a class; classify: to class doctors with lawyers.
v.i.
16. to take or have a place in a particular class: those who class as believers.
Idioms:
in a class by itself or oneself, having no peer; unequaled.
[1590–1600; earlier classis, pl. classes < Latin: class, division, fleet, army]
class′a•ble, adj.
class′er, n.
usage: See collective noun.

class.

1. classic.
2. classical.
3. classification.
4. classified.

class

(klăs)
A group of organisms ranking above an order and below a phylum or division. See Table at taxonomy.

Class

 a rank or position of society; a division into units in a school or college; in the United States, those students who enter college the same year; a number of persons with similar qualities or skills grouped together; a range of items or things graded according to quality.

class

formgradeyear
1. 'class'

A class is a group of pupils or students who are taught together.

If classes were smaller, children would learn more.
I had forty students in my class.
2. 'form'

In some British schools and in some American private schools, form is used instead of 'class'. Form is used especially with a number to refer to a particular class or age group.

I teach the fifth form.
She's in Form 5.
3. 'year'

In British English, a year is a set of students of a similar age, who started school at around the same time.

'Which year are you in?' – 'I'm in the fifth year, and Krish is in the third year.'
4. 'grade'

A grade in an American school is similar to a form or a year in a British school.

A boy in the second grade won first prize.

class


Past participle: classed
Gerund: classing

Imperative
class
class
Present
I class
you class
he/she/it classes
we class
you class
they class
Preterite
I classed
you classed
he/she/it classed
we classed
you classed
they classed
Present Continuous
I am classing
you are classing
he/she/it is classing
we are classing
you are classing
they are classing
Present Perfect
I have classed
you have classed
he/she/it has classed
we have classed
you have classed
they have classed
Past Continuous
I was classing
you were classing
he/she/it was classing
we were classing
you were classing
they were classing
Past Perfect
I had classed
you had classed
he/she/it had classed
we had classed
you had classed
they had classed
Future
I will class
you will class
he/she/it will class
we will class
you will class
they will class
Future Perfect
I will have classed
you will have classed
he/she/it will have classed
we will have classed
you will have classed
they will have classed
Future Continuous
I will be classing
you will be classing
he/she/it will be classing
we will be classing
you will be classing
they will be classing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been classing
you have been classing
he/she/it has been classing
we have been classing
you have been classing
they have been classing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been classing
you will have been classing
he/she/it will have been classing
we will have been classing
you will have been classing
they will have been classing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been classing
you had been classing
he/she/it had been classing
we had been classing
you had been classing
they had been classing
Conditional
I would class
you would class
he/she/it would class
we would class
you would class
they would class
Past Conditional
I would have classed
you would have classed
he/she/it would have classed
we would have classed
you would have classed
they would have classed

class

1. Karl Marx defined two classes: the bourgeoisie and the proletariat. Sociologists have since defined class to include such factors as power and education.
2. Any of several strata in a society, usually based on relative wealth, profession, or hereditary rank.
3. A group of organisms that is a subdivision of a phylum, e.g. mammals.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.class - a collection of things sharing a common attributeclass - a collection of things sharing a common attribute; "there are two classes of detergents"
grammatical category, syntactic category - (grammar) a category of words having the same grammatical properties
substitution class, paradigm - the class of all items that can be substituted into the same position (or slot) in a grammatical sentence (are in paradigmatic relation with one another)
aggregation, collection, accumulation, assemblage - several things grouped together or considered as a whole
brass family - (music) the family of brass instruments
violin family - (music) the family of bowed stringed instruments
woodwind family - (music) the family of woodwind instruments
stamp - a type or class; "more men of his stamp are needed"
sex - either of the two categories (male or female) into which most organisms are divided; "the war between the sexes"
declension - a class of nouns or pronouns or adjectives in Indo-European languages having the same (or very similar) inflectional forms; "the first declension in Latin"
conjugation - a class of verbs having the same inflectional forms
denomination - a class of one kind of unit in a system of numbers or measures or weights or money; "he flashed a fistful of bills of large denominations"
histocompatibility complex - a family of fifty or more genes on the sixth human chromosome that code for proteins on the surfaces of cells and that play a role in the immune response
superphylum - (biology) a taxonomic group ranking between a phylum and below a class or subclass
2.class - a body of students who are taught togetherclass - a body of students who are taught together; "early morning classes are always sleepy"
assemblage, gathering - a group of persons together in one place
master class - a class (especially in music) given to talented students by an expert
discussion section, section - a small class of students who are part of a larger course but are taught separately; "a graduate student taught sections for the professor's lecture course"
3.class - people having the same social, economic, or educational status; "the working class"; "an emerging professional class"
people - (plural) any group of human beings (men or women or children) collectively; "old people"; "there were at least 200 people in the audience"
world, domain - people in general; especially a distinctive group of people with some shared interest; "the Western world"
society - an extended social group having a distinctive cultural and economic organization
age class - people in the same age range
agriculture - the class of people engaged in growing food
sodality, brotherhood, fraternity - people engaged in a particular occupation; "the medical fraternity"
estate of the realm, the three estates, estate - a major social class or order of persons regarded collectively as part of the body politic of the country (especially in the United Kingdom) and formerly possessing distinct political rights
labor, labour, proletariat, working class - a social class comprising those who do manual labor or work for wages; "there is a shortage of skilled labor in this field"
lower class, underclass - the social class lowest in the social hierarchy
bourgeoisie, middle class - the social class between the lower and upper classes
booboisie - class consisting of all those who are considered boobs
commonality, commonalty, commons - a class composed of persons lacking clerical or noble rank
peasantry - the class of peasants
demimonde - a class of woman not considered respectable because of indiscreet or promiscuous behavior
underworld - the criminal class
yeomanry - class of small freeholders who cultivated their own land
caste - a social class separated from others by distinctions of hereditary rank or profession or wealth
caste - (Hinduism) a hereditary social class among Hindus; stratified according to ritual purity
class structure - the organization of classes within a society
upper class, upper crust - the class occupying the highest position in the social hierarchy
ninja - a class of 14th century Japanese who were trained in martial arts and were hired for espionage and assassinations
firing line - the most advanced and responsible group in an activity; "the firing line is where the action is"
immigrant class - recent immigrants who are lumped together as a class by their low socioeconomic status in spite of different cultural backgrounds
center - politically moderate persons; centrists
old school - a class of people favoring traditional ideas
market - the customers for a particular product or service; "before they publish any book they try to determine the size of the market for it"
craft, trade - people who perform a particular kind of skilled work; "he represented the craft of brewers"; "as they say in the trade"
fair sex, womanhood, woman - women as a class; "it's an insult to American womanhood"; "woman is the glory of creation"; "the fair sex gathered on the veranda"
4.class - education imparted in a series of lessons or meetings; "he took a course in basket weaving"; "flirting is not unknown in college classes"
didactics, education, educational activity, instruction, pedagogy, teaching - the activities of educating or instructing; activities that impart knowledge or skill; "he received no formal education"; "our instruction was carefully programmed"; "good classroom teaching is seldom rewarded"
coursework - work assigned to and done by a student during a course of study; usually it is evaluated as part of the student's grade in the course
adult education - a course (via lectures or correspondence) for adults who are not otherwise engaged in formal study
art class - a class in which you learn to draw or paint
childbirth-preparation class - a course that teaches pregnant women to use breathing and concentration and exercise techniques to use during labor
lesson - a unit of instruction; "he took driving lessons"
correspondence course - a course offered (by mail) by a correspondence school
course of lectures - a series of lectures dealing with a subject
directed study - a course of study that is supervised and controlled by a specialist in the subject; "he registered for directed study"; "he got credit for directed study"; "he did directed study"
elective, elective course - a course that the student can select from among alternatives
extension course - a course offered as part of an extension service
home study - a course of study carried out at home rather than in a classroom
industrial arts - a course in the methods of using tools and machinery as taught in secondary schools and technical schools
orientation course, orientation - a course introducing a new situation or environment
propaedeutic, propaedeutics - a course that provides an introduction to an art or science (or to more advanced study generally)
refresher course, refresher - a course that reviews and updates a topic for those who have not kept abreast of developments
required course - a course that all students are required to take
seminar - a course offered for a small group of advanced students
shop class, shop - a course of instruction in a trade (as carpentry or electricity); "I built a birdhouse in shop"
workshop - a brief intensive course for a small group; emphasizes problem solving
lecturing, lecture - teaching by giving a discourse on some subject (typically to a class)
class period, course session, recitation - a regularly scheduled session as part of a course of study
5.class - a league ranked by quality; "he played baseball in class D for two years"; "Princeton is in the NCAA Division 1-AA"
league, conference - an association of sports teams that organizes matches for its members
6.class - a body of students who graduate togetherclass - a body of students who graduate together; "the class of '97"; "she was in my year at Hoehandle High"
assemblage, gathering - a group of persons together in one place
graduating class - the body of students who graduate together this year
senior class - final grade or class in high school or college
junior class - penultimate class in high school or college
sophomore class - the second class in a four-year college or high school
freshman class - the first class in college or high school
7.class - (biology) a taxonomic group containing one or more orders
class Schizomycetes, Schizomycetes - a former classification
class Cyanobacteria, class Cyanophyceae, Cyanophyceae - photosynthetic bacteria found in fresh and salt water, having chlorophyll a and phycobilins; once thought to be algae: blue-green algae
class Sarcodina, Sarcodina - characterized by the formation of pseudopods for locomotion and taking food: Actinopoda; Rhizopoda
Actinopoda, subclass Actinopoda - heliozoans; radiolarians
Rhizopoda, subclass Rhizopoda - creeping protozoans: amoebas and foraminifers
Ciliata, Ciliophora, class Ciliata, class Ciliophora - class of protozoa having cilia or hairlike appendages on part or all of the surface during some part of the life cycle
Infusoria, subclass Infusoria - in some recent classifications, coextensive with the Ciliata: minute organisms found in decomposing infusions of organic matter
Chrysophyceae, class Chrysophyceae, class Heterokontae, Heterokontae - all the yellow-green algae having flagella of unequal length
class Xanthophyceae, Xanthophyceae - yellow-green algae
Bacillariophyceae, class Bacillariophyceae, class Diatomophyceae, Diatomophyceae - marine and freshwater eukaryotic algae: diatoms
class Phaeophyceae, Phaeophyceae - brown algae; mostly marine and littoral eukaryotic algae
class Cyclosporeae, Cyclosporeae - in more recent classifications superseded by the order Fucales
class Euglenophyceae, Euglenophyceae - coextensive with the division Euglenophyta
Chlorophyceae, class Chlorophyceae - algae distinguished chiefly by having flagella and a clear green color, their chlorophyll being masked little if at all by other pigments
class Ulvophyceae, Ulvophyceae - alternative name for the class Chlorophyceae in some classifications
Charophyceae, class Charophyceae - in some classifications: contains only the order Charales
class Rhodophyceae, Rhodophyceae - coextensive with the Rhodophyta: red algae
subclass Zoomastigina, Zoomastigina - in some classifications considered a phylum of the kingdom Protista; holozoic or saprozoic flagellates
Phytomastigina, subclass Phytomastigina - plantlike flagellates containing chlorophyll; often considered unicellular algae
class Cryptophyceae, Cryptophyceae - motile usually brownish-green protozoa-like algae
class Sporozoa, Sporozoa - strictly parasitic protozoans that are usually immobile; includes plasmodia and coccidia and piroplasms and malaria parasites
subclass Telosporidia, Telosporidia - parasitic sporozoans that form spores containing one or more infective sporozoites
Acnidosporidia, subclass Acnidosporidia - a subclass of Sporozoa
Cnidosporidia, subclass Cnidosporidia - single-host parasites of lower vertebrates and invertebrates
Ascidiaceae, class Ascidiaceae - sometimes classified as an order: sea squirts
class Thaliacea, Thaliacea - small class of free-swimming tunicates; sometimes classified as an order
class Larvacea, Larvacea - small free-swimming tunicates; sometimes classified as an order
Agnatha, superclass Agnatha - superclass of eel-shaped chordates lacking jaws and pelvic fins: lampreys; hagfishes; some extinct forms
Gnathostomata, superclass Gnathostomata - comprising all vertebrates with upper and lower jaws
class Placodermi, Placodermi - extinct group of bony-plated fishes with primitive jaws
Chondrichthyes, class Chondrichthyes - cartilaginous fishes
Holocephali, subclass Holocephali - chimaeras and extinct forms
Aves, class Aves - (ornithology) the class of birds
Archaeornithes, subclass Archaeornithes - primitive reptile-like fossil birds of the Jurassic or early Cretaceous
amphibia, class Amphibia - the class of vertebrates that live on land but breed in water; frogs; toads; newts; salamanders; caecilians
8.class - elegance in dress or behavior; "she has a lot of class"
elegance - a refined quality of gracefulness and good taste; "she conveys an aura of elegance and gentility"
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
Verb1.class - arrange or order by classes or categoriesclass - arrange or order by classes or categories; "How would you classify these pottery shards--are they prehistoric?"
unitise, unitize - separate or classify into units; "The hospital was unitized for efficiency"
catalogue, catalog - make an itemized list or catalog of; classify; "He is cataloguing his photographic negatives"
isolate - separate (experiences) from the emotions relating to them
refer - think of, regard, or classify under a subsuming principle or with a general group or in relation to another; "This plant can be referred to a known species"
reclassify - classify anew, change the previous classification; "The zoologists had to reclassify the mollusks after they found new species"
size - sort according to size
dichotomise, dichotomize - divide into two opposing groups or kinds
stereotype, pigeonhole, stamp - treat or classify according to a mental stereotype; "I was stereotyped as a lazy Southern European"
group - arrange into a group or groups; "Can you group these shapes together?"
categorise, categorize - place into or assign to a category; "Children learn early on to categorize"
grade - determine the grade of or assign a grade to
number, count - put into a group; "The academy counts several Nobel Prize winners among its members"

class

noun
1. form, grade, study group, band, stream Reducing the size of classes should be a priority.
2. lesson, period, seminar, tutorial They put me into a remedial maths class.
3. group, grouping, set, order, league, division, rank, caste, status, sphere the relationship between different social classes
4. type, set, sort, kind, collection, species, grade, category, stamp, genre, classification, denomination, genus The navy is developing a new class of nuclear-powered submarine.
5. style, polish, dash, chic, elegance, sophistication, refinement, panache, élan, savoir-faire, stylishness, bon ton (French) This woman exudes class, style and sophistication.
verb
1. classify, group, rate, rank, brand, label, grade, designate, categorize, codify I would class my garden as being medium in size.
adjective
1. excellent, expert, good, great, able, skilled, masterly, outstanding, superb, superior, accomplished, first-class, competent, world-class, tasty (Brit. informal), skilful, adept, first-rate, superlative, proficient, top-notch (informal), adroit, dexterous, A1 or A-one (informal) We do not have a single class player in our team.
Quotations
"The history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles" [Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels The Communist Manifesto]
"There are but two families in the world as my grandmother used to say, the Haves and the Have-nots" [Miguel de Cervantes Don Quixote]
"The rich man in his castle,"
"The poor man at his gate,"
"God made them, high or lowly,"
"And ordered their estate" [Cecil Frances Alexander All Things Bright and Beautiful]

class

noun
1. A subdivision of a larger group:
2. A division of persons or things by quality, rank, or grade:
3. Degree of excellence:
4. Informal. High style in quality, manner, or dress:
verb
1. To distribute into groups according to kinds:
2. To assign to a class or classes:
Translations
دَرَجَه، طَبَقَهدَرْس، مُحاضَرَهدَوْرَه، مَساقصَفصِنْف
třídatřídníhodinakategoriekurz
klasseklassificerekursustimeundervisning
klassrühmseisus
luokkatyyli
razredstaležklasa
osztályévfolyam
bekkur, hópurflokkaflokkurkennslustundstétt
クラス分類
계급
klasėklasės draugaskursaspamokapaskaita
grupaierindotizcilībakategorijaklase
ročníktriedny
letnikrazredučna ura
klassklassificerakurs
ชั้นเรียน
sınıfsınıflandırmaktabakatürcins
lớp học

class

[klɑːs]
A. N
1. (gen, Scol, Bio, Sociol) → clase f
the class of 82la promoción del 82
ruling/middle/working classclase f dirigente/media/obrera
first classprimera clase f
lower classesclase fsing baja
upper classclase f alta
2. (= category) → categoría f
class of degree (Brit) (Univ) tipo de título universitario según la nota con que se ha obtenido
a good class (of) noveluna novela de buena calidad
it's just not in the same classno se puede comparar
in a class of one's ownsin par or igual
it's in a class by itselfno tiene par or igual, es único en su género
3. (= style) to have classtener clase
B. VTclasificar
to class sb as sthclasificar a algn de algo
C. ADJ (= classy) [player, actor] → de primera clase
D. CPD class distinction N (Sociol) → diferencia f de clase
class list N (Scol) → lista f de clase (Univ) → lista f de estudiantes aprobados para la licenciatura
class society N (Pol) → sociedad f formada por clases
class struggle N (Sociol) → lucha f de clases
class system Nsistema m de clases sociales
class teacher N (Brit) → tutor(a) m/f
class war(fare) N = class struggle

class

[ˈklɑːs]
n
(= group of children or students) → classe f
We're in the same class → Nous sommes dans la même classe.
to be in a class of one's own → être unique
to be in a class of its own → être unique
(= lesson) → cours m
I go to dancing classes → Je vais à des cours de danse.
(also social class) → classe f
(= category) → catégorie f
vt (= classify) → classer, classifier
to be classed as sth (= regarded as) → être considéré(e) comme qch
modif (= excellent) [player] → classe
to be a class act [player, performer] → être vraiment classe class action n (LAW)recours m collectif en justiceclass background n (= social class) → milieu m socialclass conflict nconflit m de classesclass-conscious [ˌklɑːsˈkɒnʃəs] adj
(= aware of distinctions) [person, society] → conscient(e) des distinctions sociales
(= snobbish) → snob invclass consciousness nconscience f de classeclass differences npldifférences fpl de classes

class

n
(= group, division)Klasse f; what class are you travelling?in welcher Klasse reisen Sie?; he’s not in the same class as his brothersein Bruder ist eine Klasse besser; they’re just not in the same classman kann sie einfach nicht vergleichen; in a class by himself/itself or of his/its ownweitaus der/das Beste
(= social rank)gesellschaftliche Stellung, Stand m (dated), → Klasse f (Sociol); the ruling classdie herrschende Klasse, die Herrschenden pl; considerations of classStandeserwägungen pl (dated), → Klassengesichtspunkte pl; it was class not ability that determined who …(die gesellschaftliche) Herkunft und nicht die Fähigkeiten bestimmten wer …; what class is he from?aus welcher Schicht or Klasse kommt er?; are you ashamed of your class?schämst du dich deines Standes (dated)or deiner Herkunft?; class and educational backgroundKlassenzugehörigkeit und Erziehung; we were talking about classwir sprachen über die gesellschaftlichen Klassen
(Sch, Univ) → Klasse f; I don’t like her classesihr Unterricht gefällt mir nicht; you should prepare each class in advancedu solltest dich auf jede (Unterrichts)stunde vorbereiten; to take a Latin classLatein unterrichten or geben; (Univ) → ein Lateinseminar etc abhalten; the French class (= lesson)die Französischstunde; (= people)die Französischklasse; an evening classein Abendkurs m; eating in classEssen ntwährend des Unterrichts; the class of 1980der Jahrgang 1980, die Schul-/Universitätsabgänger etc des Jahres 1980
(Bot, Zool) → Klasse f
(Brit Univ, of degree) → Prädikat nt; a first-class degreeein Prädikatsexamen nt; second-/third-class degree˜ Prädikat Gut/Befriedigend
(inf: = quality, tone) → Stil m; to have classStil haben, etwas hermachen (inf); (person)Format haben; that gives the place a bit of classdas macht (doch) (et)was her (inf); I see we’ve got a bit of class in tonight, two guys in dinner jacketsheute Abend haben wir ja vornehme or exklusive Gäste, zwei Typen im Smoking
adj (inf: = excellent) → erstklassig, exklusiv; to be a class actgroße Klasse sein (inf)
vteinordnen, klassifizieren; he was classed with the servantser wurde genauso eingestuft wie die Diener

class

:
class action
n (US Jur) Klage im Interesse einer Gruppe von Beteiligten, → Gruppenklage f
class-conscious
class-consciousness
class distinction
class feeling
n (= antagonism)Klassenantagonismus m; (= solidarity)Solidarität f, → Klassenbewusstsein nt

class

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classless
adj societyklassenlos
class list
n (Brit Univ) → Benotungsliste f
classmate
nKlassenkamerad(in) m(f), → Mitschüler(in) m(f)
class reunion
classridden
adj societyvon Klassengegensätzen beherrscht
classroom
nKlassenzimmer nt
classroom assistant
class size
n (Sch) → Klassenstärke f
class society
class struggle
nKlassenkampf m
class system
nKlassensystem nt
class thinking
nKlassendenken nt
class war(fare)
nKlassenkrieg m

class

[klɑːs]
1. n (social class) (Bio, Scol, Univ) → classe f; (group, category) → tipo, categoria; (lesson) → lezione f
to have class (fam) → avere classe
to be in a class of one's own → essere impareggiabile
2. vt to class sb as sthdefinire qn qc

class

(klaːs) plural ˈclasses noun
1. a group of people or things that are alike in some way. The dog won first prize in its class in the dog show.
2. (the system according to which people belong to) one of a number of economic/social groups. the upper class; the middle class; the working class; (also adjective) the class system.
3. a grade or rank (of merit). musicians of a high class.
4. a number of students or scholars taught together. John and I are in the same class.
5. a school lesson or college lecture etc. a French class.
6. (American) a course or series of lectures, often leading to an examination.
verb
to regard as being of a certain type. He classes all women as stupid.
ˈclassmate noun
a pupil in the same school class.
ˈclass-room noun
a room in a school where a class is taught.

class

فَصْل مَدْرَسِيّ třída klasse Klasse τάξη clase luokka classe razred classe 分類 계급 klas klasse klasa classe класс klass ชั้นเรียน sınıf lớp học 年级

class

n. clase; tipo.

class

n clase f
References in classic literature ?
And we too, as we know not the nature and qualities of virtue, must ask, whether virtue is or is not taught, under a hypothesis: as thus, if virtue is of such a class=highlight>class of mental goods, will it be taught or not?
Fitch has placed the class=highlight>class B-2 and the class=highlight>class B-3 from series 2002-CB5 on Rating Watch Negative pending an expected recovery to the trust.
The downgrade of class=highlight>Class M5 for series 2003-HE3 reflects deterioration in the relationship between the bond's CE and future loss expectations, and affects approximately $2.