classic

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Adjective[change]

Positive
classic

Comparative
more classic

Superlative
most classic

  1. If something is classic, it's typical.
    Richard Branson is a classic example of success without schooling.
  2. If something is classic, it has a long history and it is liked.
    His clothes were a mixture of classic and modern styles.

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Noun[change]

Singular
classic

Plural
classics

  1. A classic is a book, play, song, etc. that has a long history and is liked.
    Every time a classic like that comes on the radio, I just have to stop and listen.
    This book has become a classic of Canadian fiction.
  2. (plural) The classics are the language and art from ancient Rome and Greece.
    You've never read Homer? Schools don't teach the classics these days.