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class

noun   /klɑːs/
A1 a group of students who have lessons together clase We were in the same class at school.
A1 a period of time in which students are taught something clase My first class starts at 8.30.
A2 a group into which products, services, or people are put according to their standard clase second-class post a first-class ticket
one of the groups in a society with the same social and economic position clase
a group of similar or related things, especially plants and animals clase
(Definition of class from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

class

noun /klaːs/ ( plural classes)
a group of people or things that are alike in some way clase Their Labrador won first prize in its class in the dog show.
(the system according to which people belong to) one of a number of economic/social groups clase the upper class the middle class the working class (also adjective) the class system.
a grade or rank (of merit) clase musicians of a high class.
a number of students or scholars taught together clase John and I are in the same class.
a school lesson or college lecture etc clase a French class.
(American ) a course or series of lectures, often leading to an examination. clase, lección
classy adjective ( comparative classier, superlative classiest)
(informal) something that is classy is of high quality, stylish, and expensive Con Clase a classy establishment/hotel/restaurant.
(informal) someone who is classy has very good taste and the ability to behave appropriately at all times Con Clase a classy lady.
classmate noun
a pupil in the same school class compañero The two men were classmates back in the 1970s.
classroom noun
a room in a school where a class is taught clase, aula (also adjective) classroom activities.
(Definition of class from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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