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- (countable & uncountable) A class is a time for learning.
- The history class is interesting.
- Class today will be about whole numbers.
- The number of students attending class is increasing.
- I'd better go. I've got a class to teach.
- (countable) A class is a group of students.
- They are my best class because they are always here on time.
- Class sizes are usually larger in high school.
- (countable & uncountable) Class is a good style or attitude.
- You could tell by here clothes that she was a woman of class.
- (countable & uncountable) A class is a group of members with similar characteristics.
- (countable & uncountable) A class is a group of people in a society with similar jobs, education, history, and money.
- They were both from the upper class and both knew the queen personally.
- We treat everyone the same regardless of race, class, sex, or age.
- The British class system doesn't work in Canada.
- (countable) Something's class is how good it is.
- She bought a first-class ticket because she wanted to have the best quality.
- (countable) (biology) An organism's class is its group: mammals, reptiles, insects, arachnids, etc.
- (countable) (grammar) A word's class is its syntactic group: noun, verb, adjective, adverb, etc.
- Shall belongs to the class of words called "modal auxiliary verbs".
- upper class, middle class, lower class, working class
- (transitive), (usually passive) If something is classed as a member of a group, it belongs to that group because of some characteristics shared by the group's members.
- Although it looks like a motorcycle, it is officially classed as a car.
- (usually before the noun) A class act is high quality
- Synonym: good
- Most high school coaches are class individuals, and they should get our thanks.