cclass, cla?, claass, clas, classss, clazz, cllass, klass, lass
Class — synonyms, definition
1. class (Noun)
appellation area art assortment branch breed brood cast category character classification clique company coterie course course of instruction course of study degree denomination department • • •
class (Noun) — A collection of things sharing a common attribute.
ex. "there are two classes of detergents"
class (Noun) — A body of students who are taught together.
ex. "early morning classes are always sleepy"
class (Noun) — People having the same social, economic, or educational status.
ex. "an emerging professional class" ex. "the working class"
class (Noun) — Education imparted in a series of lessons or meetings.
ex. "flirting is not unknown in college classes"
class (Noun) — A league ranked by quality.
ex. "he played baseball in class D for two years"
class (Noun) — A body of students who graduate together.
ex. "the class of '97"
class (Noun) — (biology) a taxonomic group containing one or more orders.
class (Noun) — Elegance in dress or behaviour.
ex. "she has a lot of class"
class (Noun) — A category associated with a particular level of service, e.g. of seats in an aircraft, train, etc..
19 types of
accumulation aggregation assemblage collection conference didactics education educational activity elegance elegancy gathering instruction league pedagogy people taxon taxonomic category taxonomic group teaching
Acnidosporidia Acrasiomycetes Actinopoda Actinozoa Agnatha Alismatidae Amphineura Anapsida Angiospermae Anthoceropsida Anthophyta Anthozoa Aphasmidia Arachnida Archaeornithes Archiannelida Archosauria Arecidae Ascidiaceae Ascomycetes • • •
class period course session coursework lecture lecturing lesson order recitation superphylum
3 parts of
class structure phylum society
2. class (Verb)
align arrange array assort categorise categorize classify dispose evaluate grade group line up mark order pigeonhole range rank rate separate sort • • •
class (Verb) — Arrange or order by classes or categories.
ex. "How would you class these pottery shards--are they prehistoric?"
2 types of
catalog catalogue count dichotomise dichotomize grade group isolate number pigeonhole reclassify refer size stamp stereotype unitise unitize