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a class: a course, a lesson; a category, a type
Icarus is taking cooking classes. He has already had one lesson, and learnt to make pasta sauce.
The majority of this country's population is middle class, but there are also many working class people in the inner-city.

(Léo has a lot) of class: (Léo has a lot) of elegance, distinction, style


  • "The teacher of the class has been hailed as a hero for bringing the incident to a swift end by saying, "Ok class, that's enough excitement for today, turn to page 54 of your textbooks: Trigonometry"."
  • "Class: First"
  • "Zack Fielding, described as a shy loner by his classmates, threw a range of sweets, including jelly beans and candy corn, during a 10th grade math class."
  • "Class : Bruno!"
  • ""Fashion", "class", "cool" and "modern" are the key words we're going for."
  • "Tomorrow morning, in meeting room A, Glen will be leading our first collective yoga class."
  • "Horatio, Glen has asked that you skip this class after hearing about the “Pilates Incident” of 2012."
  • "Quiet down class!"

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