class (someone or something) with (someone or something)

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class (someone or something) with (someone or something)

To group someone or something with similar people or things. I studied hard, so don't class me with the kids who don't care. Please class these bedsheets with others that are the same size.
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class someone or something with someone or something

to group someone or something with someone or something considered similar. Please don't class this car with anything you've ever driven before. The sportswriters classed this team with some of the all-time best in history.
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In classes with fewer than forty students, four or five students accounted for 75% of the total interactions per session.
The school also pairs remedial classes with those that count toward graduation.
Iyengar-style Yoga Classes with Adam Laufer: Experience the stretch!
A Research Position Paper that discussed how the student uses a particular psychological theory or principle in their classes with their students.
and Fran E., 15- and 16-year-olds in the Girls Unit at Juvenile Hall, credit the dance classes with giving them confidence, helping them overcome their shyness, and releasing the same kinds of stresses John describes "My confidence is the biggest surprise I've felt from Ehud's classes," Marie T.
Presentations The presentations were of similar quality for both classes with the exception that all the groups the second year, regardless of the strength of their presentations, included recommendations about their topics.
Her recent acquisition of a piano will allow her to Schedule master classes with accompaniment in the future.
Research such as Russell's (n.d.) "no significant difference" gave COS faculty and administrators reason to believe that it was appropriate to directly compare the success rates of the DE classes with the success rates of the school as a whole.