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classical

adjective /ˈklӕsikəl/
(especially of literature, art etc) of ancient Greece and Rome
klassisch
classical studies.
(of music) having the traditional, established harmony and/or form
klassisch
He prefers classical music to popular music.
(of literature) considered to be of the highest class.
erstklassig
classic adjective standard or best
klassisch
the classic example.
(of literature, art etc) of the highest quality.
erstklassig
(of dress etc) simple, elegant and traditional.
althergebracht
(Definition of classical from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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