cabin class


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cabin class

n.
A class of accommodations on some passenger ships, lower than first class and higher than tourist class.

cabin class

n
(Nautical Terms) a class of accommodation on a passenger ship between first class and tourist class

cab′in class`


n.
the class of accommodations on a passenger ship less luxurious than first class but more so than tourist class. Compare second class (def. 1).
[1925–30]
cab′in-class`, adj., adv.
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Noun1.cabin class - a class of accommodations on a ship or train or plane that are less expensive than first class accommodations
accommodation - living quarters provided for public convenience; "overnight accommodations are available"
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