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a class of 25 pupils

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  • class — I n. lesson 1) to conduct, hold (a) class; to give, meet one s class; to schedule; reschedule a class 2) to attend, go to class; to sit in on a class (esp. AE) 3) to cut (esp. AE); miss a class 4) to call off, cancel; dismiss a class 5) an… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • class — ► NOUN 1) a set or category of things having a common characteristic and differentiated from others by kind or quality. 2) a system that divides members of a society into sets based on social or economic status. 3) a set in a society ordered by… …   English terms dictionary

  • Class council — The term class council is derived from the classroom assembly ( Réunion coopérative , Conseil ) of Freinet pedagogy.[1] Freinet did organize the class like an (agricultural) cooperative society. Much like the farmers organize cultivation and… …   Wikipedia

  • class — noun 1》 a set or category of things having a property or feature in common and differentiated from others by kind or quality.     ↘Biology a principal taxonomic grouping that ranks above order and below phylum or division, such as Mammalia.… …   English new terms dictionary

  • class — 1 noun 1 IN A SOCIETY a) (C) one of the groups in a society that people can be divided into according to their jobs, income, the kind of family they have etc: the professional classes | class differences/distinctions/privileges etc: Class… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • class — [[t]klɑ͟ːs, klæ̱s[/t]] ♦ classes, classing, classed 1) N COUNT A class is a group of pupils or students who are taught together. He had to spend about six months in a class with younger students... Reducing class sizes should be a top priority.… …   English dictionary

  • class — classable, adj. classer, n. /klas, klahs/, n. 1. a number of persons or things regarded as forming a group by reason of common attributes, characteristics, qualities, or traits; kind; sort: a class of objects used in daily living. 2. a group of… …   Universalium

  • class — /klas / (say klahs) noun 1. a number of persons, things, animals, etc., regarded as forming one group through the possession of similar qualities; a kind; sort. 2. any division of persons or things according to rank or grade. 3. Australian… …   Australian English dictionary

  • class — n. & v. n. 1 any set of persons or things grouped together, or graded or differentiated from others esp. by quality (first class; economy class). 2 a a division or order of society (upper class; professional classes). b a caste system, a system… …   Useful english dictionary

  • class — [16] Latin classis originally denoted ‘the people of Rome under arms, the ancient Roman army’; it appears to come from an earlier unrecorded *qladtis, a derivative of the base *qel ‘call’, which points to an underlying sense ‘call to arms’. Under …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • class — [16] Latin classis originally denoted ‘the people of Rome under arms, the ancient Roman army’; it appears to come from an earlier unrecorded *qladtis, a derivative of the base *qel ‘call’, which points to an underlying sense ‘call to arms’. Under …   Word origins

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