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Definition of “classic” - Learner’s Dictionary

classic

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈklæsɪk/
B2 a classic book, film, etcTypes of film, play, book etc.Literature in general
Translations of “classic”
in Korean 명작, 클래식…
in Arabic كلاسيكي…
in Portuguese clássico…
in Catalan clàssic…
in Japanese 古典作品…
in Italian classico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 高品質, (書、音樂或電影的)經典作品,傑作…
in Russian классика…
in Turkish klasik kitap, film vb.…
in Chinese (Simplified) 高品质, (书、音乐或电影的)经典作品,杰作…
in Polish klasyka…
(Definition of classic noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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