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working classnoun [C usually sing]

 us   /ˈwɜr·kɪŋ ˌklæs/
the group of people in society who use physical skills in their jobs and are usually paid by the hour: a working-class neighborhood/family
Translations of “working class”
in Chinese (Traditional) 勞工階級,工人階級…
in Russian рабочий класс…
in Turkish işçi sınıfı, emekçi sınıfı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 劳工阶级,工人阶级…
in Polish klasa robotnicza…
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