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English definition of “neoclassical”

neoclassical

adjective uk   /ˌniː.əʊˈklæs.ɪ.kəl/ us    /-oʊ-/ specialized
made in a style that is based on the art and building designs of ancient Greece and Rome
neoclassicism
noun [U] uk   /-sɪ.zəm/ us  
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