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  • A class can be seen as a decision that has to be made.
  • The genus cannot be nothing because nothing is not a class of everything.
  • These men in middle age fall into a well-known class. Cited from Success (Second Edition), by Max Aitken Beaverbrook
  • As a result, various other names have been offered for the class.
  • At times the same word will mean entirely different things between classes.
  • It also runs morning and evening classes in the schools of art.
  • The workers get what is too bad for the property-holding class. Cited from The Condition of the Working-Class in England in 1844, Frederick Engels
  • Many online classes cost money to take but some are offered free.
  • These classes are a main subject of study in model theory.
  • However, this is not the class of train that would be used for the proposed service.
  • Thus, courts will generally allow a class action in such a situation.
  • He studied piano at a music school and attended classes at an art school.
  • Children will be sent away for good if they fail their classes.
  • Classes in the same level are more likely to be associated than classes in different levels.
  • He had a Sunday-school class, which would miss him very much. Cited from The Hero of Hill House, by Mable Hale
  • Trained as a teacher, she conducted classes for children out of their home.
  • The upper and middle classes in the south were mostly French-speaking.
  • For example, the class of all sets would be a proper class.
  • This has been common in many working-class families.
  • Each character represents a particular social class and role in the modern urban environment.
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Meaning of class

  • noun A collection of things sharing a common attribute
    there are two classes of detergents
  • noun A body of students who are taught together
    early morning classes are always sleepy
  • noun People having the same social, economic, or educational status
    the working class, an emerging professional class
  • noun A league ranked by quality
    he played baseball in class D for two years, Princeton is in the NCAA Division 1-AA
  • noun A body of students who graduate together
    the class of '97, she was in my year at Hoehandle High
  • noun (biology) a taxonomic group containing one or more orders
  • noun Elegance in dress or behavior
    she has a lot of class