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second class

adjective uk ( also second-class)   us  

second class adjective (NOT IMPORTANT)

less important than other people: Women are still treated as second class citizens.

second class adjective (QUALIFICATION)

a degree from a university in the UK and some other countries that is a good degree but not the best possible

second class adjective (LESS EXPENSIVE)

relating to the less expensive way of travelling in a train, aircraft, etc., that most people use: a second-class carriage/ticket UK Second-class post is less expensive and sent less quickly than first-class: second-class mail/postage How much is a second-class stamp?

second class

adverb uk   us  
If you travel second class in a train, aircraft, etc., you use the less expensive type of ticket that most people use: We always travel second class. UK If you send something second class, you send it using the less expensive type of post: How much less would it cost to send it second class?

second class

noun [U] uk   us  
the seats on a plane or in a train that are less good and less expensive than first class : Second class is at the rear of the train. UK a less expensive and slower type of post than first class : How much does it cost for second class?
Traducciones de “second class”
en chino (tradicionál) (飛機或火車的)二等座位, 二類郵件…
en chino (simplificado) (飞机或火车的)二等座位, 二类邮件…
(Definition of second class from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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