1. people having the same social or economic status;
2. a body of students who are taught together;
3. education imparted in a series of lessons or class meetings;
4. a collection of things sharing a common attribute;
5. a body of students who graduate together;
6. a league ranked by quality;
7. elegance in dress or behavior;
8. (biology) a taxonomic group containing one or more orders
1. arrange or order by classes or categories;
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.
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
(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
class, lesson, lecture, course
class, degree, grade, rank
kind, sort, type, class, classification, category, species, variety
There is relatively little information about class, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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