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clas·si·cal

 (klăs′ĭ-kəl)
adj.
1.
a. Of or relating to the ancient Greeks and Romans, especially their art, architecture, and literature.
b. Conforming to the artistic and literary models of ancient Greece and Rome.
c. Versed in the classics: a classical scholar.
2. Music
a. Of or relating to European music during the latter half of the 18th and the early 19th centuries.
b. Of or relating to music in the educated European tradition, such as symphony and opera, as opposed to popular or folk music.
3. Of, relating to, or being a variety of a language that is epitomized by a prestigious body of literature.
4.
a. Standard and traditional: classical methods of navigation.
b. Relating to or being a school of thought or field of study that is established and widely accepted before others: classical economics.
5. Of or relating to physics that can be described without the use of quantum mechanics or relativity.
6. Relating to or consisting of studies in the humanities and general sciences: a classical curriculum.

clas′si·cal′i·ty (-kăl′ĭ-tē), clas′si·cal·ness n.
clas′si·cal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.classically - in the manner of Greek and Roman culture; "this exercise develops a classically shaped body"
Translations

classically

[ˈklæsɪkəlɪ] ADV [educated, trained] → en la tradición clásica
a classically trained pianistun pianista formado en la tradición clásica or con una formación clásica
she is classically beautifules de una belleza clásica
the classically undesirable son-in-lawel típico yerno indeseable

classically

[ˈklæsɪkli] adv
classically trained [musician] → de formation classique
(based on the culture of ancient Greece and Rome) classically inspired → d'inspiration classique
(= traditionally) classically designed → aux formes classiques
classically elegant → d'une élégance classique
(= typically) → typiquementclassical music nmusique f classiqueclassic car nvoiture f ancienne

classically

advklassisch

classically

[ˈklæsɪklɪ] advclassicamente
References in classic literature ?
Or a band of schoolboys and street urchins, playing hop-scotch, rose in a body and saluted him classically, with some cry in Latin: "
Papa, we shall be late," said Princess Helene, turning her beautiful head and looking over her classically molded shoulder as she stood waiting by the door.
The gentleman and the prize-fighter put on the gloves, and faced each other in the classically correct posture of pugilistic defense.
Many of their faces present profiles classically beautiful, and in the valley of Typee I saw several who, like the stranger Marnoo, were in every respect models of beauty.
With these characteristics classically minded critics have always been highly impatient, and they will no doubt prevent him from ultimately taking a place beside Shakspere and the serene Milton; but they will not seriously interfere, we may be certain, with his recognition as one of the very great English poets.
They were tall, slight, draped classically from neck to heel in blue fringed cloths, and carried percussion muskets over their bare right shoulders.
The Classically Smiths shows had been launched to the media on Monday morning with original Smiths drummer Mike Joyce, bassist Andy Rourke and second guitarist Craig Gannon all said to be joining forces with the Manchester Camerata for the concerts this summer.
A CLASSICALLY trained pianist from Coventry is mak-making a name for himself in the music world - as a drum 'n' A CLASSICALLY trained pianist from Coventry is making a name for himself in the music world - as a drum 'n' bass DJ.
uk FROM Laurence Llewellyn-Bowen's Glametal collection, its has a classically shaped timber frame with metal fronted drawers.
Caramelita held every chance having been Balding was also in the winner's enclosure after the 1m4f claimer, this time representing trainer Hughie Morrison and owner Ben Arbib after the odds-on Classically had made all the running to come home 20 lengths clear under Steve Drowne.
Truth, Love, Creation is the debut album of this classically trained musician and coauthor of the book Sacred Sanskrit Words for Yoga, Chant, and Meditation.
Many observers have tried to pinpoint the differences between the two; it's often been said New York barkeeps are more classically focused, whereas San Franciscans are wildly inventive with local ingredients.