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  • EN [ klɑːs]
  • US [ klæs]

English definition


  • 1. people having the same social or economic status;

    • "the working class"
    • "an emerging professional class"
  • 2. a body of students who are taught together;

    • "early morning classes are always sleepy"
  • 3. education imparted in a series of lessons or class meetings;

    • "he took a course in basket weaving"
    • "flirting is not unknown in college classes"
  • 4. a collection of things sharing a common attribute;

    • "there are two classes of detergents"
  • 5. a body of students who graduate together;

    • "the class of '97"
    • "she was in my year at Hoehandle High"
  • 6. a league ranked by quality;

    • "he played baseball in class D for two years"
    • "Princeton is in the NCAA Division 1-AA"
  • 7. elegance in dress or behavior;

    • "she has a lot of class"
  • 8. (biology) a taxonomic group containing one or more orders


  • 1. arrange or order by classes or categories;

    • "How would you classify these pottery shards--are they prehistoric?"

Example sentences

  • Has that noisy class settled down yet?

  • I really care about the students in my class.

  • The house she has just bought is no class.

  • He intends to redistribute income from the middle class to poorer paid employees and pensioners.

  • Let's go home together after class ( is over ).

  • Party activists with lower middle class pedigrees are numerous.

  • Boys are very much in the minority at the dancing class.

  • Mary's high spirits infected all the girls in the class.

  • Most students in our class go in for scientific activities.

  • He is always at the bottom of the class.

  • We've lumped all the top students in single class.

  • The students in our class number thirty.

  • Please fit the machine up for this afternoon's class.

  • Each class has a register of 50 students.

  • The whole class gathered around the student who had been unfairly failed, and demanded another examination.

  • Peter made the most mistakes of all the class.

  • She is the student who pronounces best in the class.

  • He is far in advance of his class.

  • She was picked out from the whole class to represent them at the other school.

  • He's out and away the cleverest boy in our class.

  • The teacher told the children to stop chattering in class.

  • She put herself down for an aerobics class.

  • I shall put an experienced teacher in charge of that class to bring the children under control.

  • We use a globe in our geography class.

  • How dare you class my husband with yourself?

  • Now the class is under the new teacher's feet.

  • The class separated into several smaller groups to talk about the subject.

  • She infected the whole class with her laughter.

  • We went to the Biology class instead of attending the English lesson.

  • I had just enough time to finish eating before the bell rang and I was off to my first class.

Phrase collocation

  • class A (或 B, C) drug

    an illegal narcotic drug classified as being of the most harmful and addictive (or a less harmful and addictive) kind, possession or sale of which incurs corresponding legal penalties

  • class act

    (chiefly N. Amer.)a person or thing displaying impressive and stylish excellence

  • in a class of (或 on) its (或 one's) own

    unequalled, especially in excellence or performance

Synonym discrimination

  • class, lesson, lecture, course

  • class, degree, grade, rank

  • kind, sort, type, class, classification, category, species, variety

Meaning of class

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