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clas·si·fied

 (klăs′ə-fīd′)
adj.
1. Arranged in classes or categories.
2. Available to authorized persons only, as for reasons of national security: a classified document.
n.
A classified advertisement.

classified

(ˈklæsɪˌfaɪd)
adj
1. arranged according to some system of classification
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) government (of information) not available to people outside a restricted group, esp for reasons of national security
3. (of information) closely concealed or secret
4. (Journalism & Publishing) (of advertisements in newspapers, etc) arranged according to type
5. (Journalism & Publishing) Brit (of newspapers) containing sports results, esp football results
6. (Human Geography) (of British roads) having a number in the national road system. If the number is preceded by an M the road is a motorway, if by an A it is a first-class road, and if by a B it is a secondary road

clas•si•fied

(ˈklæs əˌfaɪd)

adj.
1. arranged or distributed according to class.
2. containing advertisements or lists arranged by category: a classified directory.
3. (of information) assigned to a classification, as restricted, confidential, or secret, that limits its use to authorized persons.
4. confidential or secret.
n.
[1885–90]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.classified - a short ad in a newspaper or magazine (usually in small print) and appearing along with other ads of the same typeclassified - a short ad in a newspaper or magazine (usually in small print) and appearing along with other ads of the same type
newspaper ad, newspaper advertisement - a printed advertisement that is published in a newspaper
want ad - a newspaper advertisement stating what is wanted
Adj.1.classified - arranged into classes
unclassified - not arranged in any specific grouping
2.classified - official classification of information or documents; withheld from general circulation; "thousands of classified documents have now been declassified"
unclassified - not subject to a security classification

classified

adjective
Of or being information available only to authorized persons:
Translations
مُصَنَّف
tajnýutajovaný
fortrolig
utajovaný

classified

[ˈklæsɪfaɪd]
A. ADJ (= secret) [document etc] → confidencial, secreto
classified informationinformación f confidencial, información f secreta
B. N
1. (Press) late night classifiedúltimas noticias con los resultados del fútbol
2. classifieds (also classified advertisements) → anuncios mpl por palabras
C. CPD classified advertisement Nanuncio m por palabras
classified results NPL (Brit) (Sport) → clasificación fsing
classified section N (Press) → sección f de anuncios por palabras

classified

[ˈklæsɪfaɪd] adj [information] → secret/èteclassified ad npetite annonce fclassified information nrenseignements mpl secrets

classified

adjin Klassen or Gruppen eingeteilt; classified ad(vertisement)Kleinanzeige f; classified information (Mil) → Verschlusssache f; (Pol) → Geheimsache f; classified results (Brit Sport) → (Spiel)ergebnisse pl; classified section (Press) → Kleinanzeigenteil m
n the classifiedsdie Kleinanzeigen pl

classified

[ˈklæsɪˌfaɪd] adj (information) → segreto/a, riservato/a
classified advertisements or ads (in newspaper) → piccola pubblicità

classify

(ˈklӕsifai) verb
to put into, or be in, a particular class or group. How are the books in the library classified?
ˌclassifiˈcation (-fi-) noun
classified adjective
officially secret. classified information.
ˌclassified ˈad noun
(American want ad) a small advertisement that people put in a newspaper when they want to buy or sell something, offer or find a job etc.
References in classic literature ?
I can see now that your 'Man About Town' should havc been classified long ago.
You have told of a man who made a not nice remark and you have classified him," Treloar said in cold, even tones.
Its members are classified by the merest external circumstances, and thus are more certain to be thrown out of their true positions than if no principle of arrangement were attempted.
As he stroked his closeclipped white whiskers and ran his hand through the rumpled grey locks above his jutting brows, his disrespectful junior partner thought how much he looked like the Family Physician annoyed with a patient whose symptoms refuse to be classified.
In the complicated old European communities, Archer began to guess, love-problems might be less simple and less easily classified.
If it was a whale, it surpassed in size all those hitherto classified in science.
I have heard, my dear friend, that a person can become over-educated; and although I have a high respect for brains, no matter how they may be arranged or classified, I begin to suspect that yours are slightly tangled.
The brutal affectation with which you have enumerated and classified your crimes calls for a severe reprimand on the part of the court, both in the name of morality, and for the respect due to humanity.
Consequently, and to indulge his own idea of happiness, Cornelius began to be interested in the study of plants and insects, collected and classified the Flora of all the Dutch islands, arranged the whole entomology of the province, on which he wrote a treatise, with plates drawn by his own hands; and at last, being at a loss what to do with his time, and especially with his money, which went on accumulating at a most alarming rate, he took it into his head to select for himself, from all the follies of his country and of his age, one of the most elegant and expensive, -- he became a tulip-fancier.
For that matter, it was too mellow to be classified as a howl at all.
I don't say there is no standard, for that would destroy morality; only that there can be no standard until our impulses are classified and better understood.
With the insight of a man of the world, from one glance at this lady's appearance Vronsky classified her as belonging to the best society.