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1. noun Elegance or sophistication, as of style, taste, manner, etc. She's an incredible actress on stage, and she has such inimitable class in the public eye.
2. adjective Of high quality or rank; excellent. Used prepositively. Tom has always been a class act, so professional and well mannered.
3. adjective Excellent; remarkable or outstanding. Used postpositively. Primarily heard in Ireland. A: "Check out my new bike, Liam." B: "Wow, that's class!" A: "I heard we're heading to Tayto Park for the school trip." B: "Ah, class!"
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1. n. high style; elegance. The dame’s got class, but no brains.
2. mod. first-rate; high-class. This was a class suburb just a few years ago.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
- a class act
- be in a class of (one's)/its own
- be in a class of your, its, etc. own
- be not in the same class
- be not in the same league
- bunk (something)
- class (someone or something) with (someone or something)
- class act
- class clown
- class cutup
- class warfare
- class with
- cut class
- go to the head of the class
- gut class
- have a touch of class
- have, etc. a touch of class
- in a class by (oneself)
- in a class of (one's)/its own
- jig (it)
- not be in the same league/class/street
- second best
- second class
- second-class citizen
- skive (something)
- touch of class
- treat (one) as a second-class citizen
- treat (one) like a second-class citizen
- wag (it)
- world class