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Class

Meanings and phrases

class

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n.
  1. a collection of things sharing a common attribute; category; family
  2. a body of students who are taught together; form; grade; course
  3. people having the same social, economic, or educational status; stratum; social class; socio-economic class
  4. education imparted in a series of lessons or meetings; course; course of study; course of instruction
  5. a league ranked by quality; division
  6. a body of students who graduate together; year
  7. (biology) a taxonomic group containing one or more orders
  8. elegance in dress or behavior

class

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v.
  1. arrange or order by classes or categories; classify; sort; assort; sort out; separate

1st class

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n.
  1. mail that includes letters and postcards and packages sealed against inspection; first class; first-class mail; 1st-class mail

age class

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n.
  1. people in the same age range

art class

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n.
  1. a class in which you learn to draw or paint

cabin class

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n.
  1. a class of accommodations on a ship or train or plane that are less expensive than first class accommodations; second class; economy class

childbirth-preparation class

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n.
  1. a course that teaches pregnant women to use breathing and concentration and exercise techniques to use during labor

class Acrasiomycetes

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n.
  1. cellular slime molds; in some classifications placed in kingdom Protoctista; Acrasiomycetes

class Actinozoa

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n.
  1. a large class of sedentary marine coelenterates that includes sea anemones and corals; the medusoid phase is entirely suppressed; Anthozoa; class Anthozoa; Actinozoa

class Amphibia

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n.
  1. the class of vertebrates that live on land but breed in water; frogs; toads; newts; salamanders; caecilians; amphibia

class Angiospermae

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n.
  1. comprising flowering plants that produce seeds enclosed in an ovary; in some systems considered a class (Angiospermae) and in others a division (Magnoliophyta or Anthophyta); Angiospermae; Magnoliophyta; division Magnoliophyta; Anthophyta; division Anthophyta

class Anthoceropsida

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n.
  1. hornworts: in some classification systems included in the class Hepaticopsida; Anthoceropsida

class Anthozoa

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n.
  1. a large class of sedentary marine coelenterates that includes sea anemones and corals; the medusoid phase is entirely suppressed; Anthozoa; Actinozoa; class Actinozoa

class Aphasmidia

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n.
  1. one of two subgroups of Nematoda used in some classification systems; Aphasmidia

class Arachnida

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n.
  1. a large class of arthropods including spiders and ticks and scorpions and daddy longlegs; have four pairs of walking legs and no wings; Arachnida

class Archiannelida

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n.
  1. a class of Annelida; Archiannelida

class Ascidiaceae

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n.
  1. sometimes classified as an order: sea squirts; Ascidiaceae

class Ascomycetes

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n.
  1. large class of higher fungi coextensive with division Ascomycota: sac fungi; Ascomycetes

class Asteroidea

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n.
  1. sea stars; Asteroidea

class Aves

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n.
  1. (ornithology) the class of birds; Aves

class Bacillariophyceae

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n.
  1. marine and freshwater eukaryotic algae: diatoms; Bacillariophyceae; Diatomophyceae; class Diatomophyceae

class Basidiomycetes

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n.
  1. large class of higher fungi coextensive with subdivision Basidiomycota; Basidiomycetes

class Bivalvia

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n.
  1. oysters; clams; scallops; mussels; Bivalvia; Lamellibranchia; class Lamellibranchia; class Pelecypoda

class Bryopsida

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n.
  1. true mosses: bryophytes having leafy rather than thalloid gametophytes: comprises orders Andreaeales; Bryales; Dicranales; Eubryales; Sphagnales; Bryopsida; Musci; class Musci

class Cephalopoda

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n.
  1. octopuses; squids; cuttlefish; pearly nautilus; Cephalopoda

class Cestoda

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n.
  1. tapeworms; Cestoda

class Channidae

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n.
  1. snakeheads; Channidae

class Charophyceae

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n.
  1. in some classifications: contains only the order Charales; Charophyceae

class Chilopoda

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n.
  1. arthropods having the trunk composed of numerous somites each bearing one pair of legs: centipedes; Chilopoda

class Chlorophyceae

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n.
  1. algae distinguished chiefly by having flagella and a clear green color, their chlorophyll being masked little if at all by other pigments; Chlorophyceae

class Chondrichthyes

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n.
  1. cartilaginous fishes; Chondrichthyes

class Chrysophyceae

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n.
  1. all the yellow-green algae having flagella of unequal length; Chrysophyceae; Heterokontae; class Heterokontae

class Chytridiomycetes

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n.
  1. a class of mostly aquatic fungi; saprophytic or parasitic on algae or fungi or plants; Chytridiomycetes

class Ciliata

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n.
  1. class of protozoa having cilia or hairlike appendages on part or all of the surface during some part of the life cycle; Ciliata; Ciliophora; class Ciliophora

class Ciliophora

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n.
  1. class of protozoa having cilia or hairlike appendages on part or all of the surface during some part of the life cycle; Ciliata; class Ciliata; Ciliophora

class Coniferopsida

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n.
  1. cone-bearing gymnosperms dating from the Carboniferous period; most are substantial trees; includes the classes Pinopsida (subdivision Pinophytina) and Ginkgopsida (subdivision Ginkgophytina) and Taxopsida (subdivision Taxophytina) which in turn include the surviving orders Coniferales and Taxales (yews) and sometimes Ginkgoales as well as extinct orders such as Cordaitales (of the Carboniferous and Permian); Coniferopsida; Coniferophytina; subdivision Coniferophytina; Coniferophyta

class Crinoidea

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n.
  1. sea lilies; Crinoidea

class Crustacea

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n.
  1. class of mandibulate arthropods including: lobsters; crabs; shrimps; woodlice; barnacles; decapods; water fleas; Crustacea

class Cryptophyceae

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n.
  1. motile usually brownish-green protozoa-like algae; Cryptophyceae

class Cyanobacteria

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n.
  1. photosynthetic bacteria found in fresh and salt water, having chlorophyll a and phycobilins; once thought to be algae: blue-green algae; Cyanophyceae; class Cyanophyceae

class Cyanophyceae

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n.
  1. photosynthetic bacteria found in fresh and salt water, having chlorophyll a and phycobilins; once thought to be algae: blue-green algae; class Cyanobacteria; Cyanophyceae

class Cycadopsida

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n.
  1. palmlike gymnosperms: includes the surviving order Cycadales and several extinct orders; possibly not a natural group; in some systems considered a class (Cycadopsida) and in others a subdivision (Cycadophytina or Cycadophyta); Cycadopsida; Cycadophytina; subdivision Cycadophytina; Cycadophyta; subdivision Cycadophyta

class Cyclosporeae

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n.
  1. in more recent classifications superseded by the order Fucales; Cyclosporeae

class Deuteromycetes

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n.
  1. form class; coextensive with subdivision Deuteromycota; Deuteromycetes

class Diatomophyceae

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n.
  1. marine and freshwater eukaryotic algae: diatoms; Bacillariophyceae; class Bacillariophyceae; Diatomophyceae

class Dicotyledonae

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n.
  1. comprising seed plants that produce an embryo with paired cotyledons and net-veined leaves; divided into six (not always well distinguished) subclasses (or superorders): Magnoliidae and Hamamelidae (considered primitive); Caryophyllidae (an early and distinctive offshoot); and three more or less advanced groups: Dilleniidae; Rosidae; Asteridae; Dicotyledones; class Dicotyledones; Dicotyledonae; Magnoliopsida; class Magnoliopsida

class Dicotyledones

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n.
  1. comprising seed plants that produce an embryo with paired cotyledons and net-veined leaves; divided into six (not always well distinguished) subclasses (or superorders): Magnoliidae and Hamamelidae (considered primitive); Caryophyllidae (an early and distinctive offshoot); and three more or less advanced groups: Dilleniidae; Rosidae; Asteridae; Dicotyledones; Dicotyledonae; class Dicotyledonae; Magnoliopsida; class Magnoliopsida

class Diplopoda

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n.
  1. arthropods having the body composed of numerous double somites each with two pairs of legs: millipedes; Diplopoda; Myriapoda; class Myriapoda

class Echinoidea

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n.
  1. sea urchins and sand dollars; Echinoidea

class Equisetatae

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n.
  1. horsetails and related forms; Sphenopsida; class Sphenopsida; Equisetatae

class Euglenophyceae

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n.
  1. coextensive with the division Euglenophyta; Euglenophyceae

class Eumycetes

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n.
  1. category used in some classifications: coextensive with division Eumycota; Eumycetes

class Filicinae

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n.
  1. ferns; Filicopsida; class Filicopsida; Filicinae

class Filicopsida

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n.
  1. ferns; Filicopsida; Filicinae; class Filicinae

class Flagellata

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n.
  1. protozoa having flagella; Mastigophora; class Mastigophora; Flagellata

class Gasteromycetes

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n.
  1. fungi in which the hymenium is enclosed until after spores have matured: puffballs; earth stars; stinkhorn fungi; Gasteromycetes; Gastromycetes; class Gastromycetes

class Gasteropoda

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n.
  1. snails and slugs and their relatives; Gastropoda; class Gastropoda; Gasteropoda

class Gastromycetes

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n.
  1. fungi in which the hymenium is enclosed until after spores have matured: puffballs; earth stars; stinkhorn fungi; Gasteromycetes; class Gasteromycetes; Gastromycetes

class Gastropoda

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n.
  1. snails and slugs and their relatives; Gastropoda; Gasteropoda; class Gasteropoda

class Ginkgophytina

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n.
  1. ginkgos: in some systems classified as a class and in others as a subdivision; used in some classifications for one of five subdivisions of Gymnospermophyta; Ginkgopsida; class Ginkgopsida; Ginkgophytina; subdivision Ginkgophytina; subdivision Ginkgophyta

class Ginkgopsida

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n.
  1. ginkgos: in some systems classified as a class and in others as a subdivision; used in some classifications for one of five subdivisions of Gymnospermophyta; Ginkgopsida; Ginkgophytina; class Ginkgophytina; subdivision Ginkgophytina; subdivision Ginkgophyta

class Gnetopsida

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n.
  1. gymnospermous flowering plants; supposed link between conifers and angiosperms; in some systems classified as a class (Gnetopsida) and in others as a subdivision (Gnetophytina or Gnetophyta); Gnetopsida; Gnetophytina; subdivision Gnetophytina; Gnetophyta

class Gymnospermae

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n.
  1. plants having naked seeds not enclosed in an ovary; in some systems considered a class (Gymnospermae) and in others a division (Gymnospermophyta); comprises three subdivisions (or classes): Cycadophytina (class Cycadopsida) and Gnetophytina (class Gnetopsida) and Coniferophytina (class Coniferopsida); in some classifications the Coniferophytina are divided into three groups: Pinophytina (class Pinopsida) and Ginkgophytina (class Ginkgopsida) and Taxophytina (class Taxopsida); Gymnospermae; Gymnospermophyta; division Gymnospermophyta

class Hemiascomycetes

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n.
  1. class of fungi in which no ascocarps are formed: yeasts and some plant parasites; Hemiascomycetes

class Hepaticae

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n.
  1. liverworts: comprises orders Anthocerotales; Jungermanniales; Marchantiales; Sphaerocarpales; Hepaticopsida; class Hepaticopsida; Hepaticae

class Hepaticopsida

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n.
  1. liverworts: comprises orders Anthocerotales; Jungermanniales; Marchantiales; Sphaerocarpales; Hepaticopsida; Hepaticae; class Hepaticae

class Heterokontae

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n.
  1. all the yellow-green algae having flagella of unequal length; Chrysophyceae; class Chrysophyceae; Heterokontae

class Hexapoda

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n.
  1. insects; about five-sixths of all known animal species; Insecta; class Insecta; Hexapoda

class Hirudinea

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n.
  1. hermaphroditic aquatic or terrestrial or parasitic annelids; Hirudinea

class Holothuroidea

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n.
  1. class of echinoderms including the sea cucumbers; Holothuroidea

class Hyalospongiae

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n.
  1. sponges with siliceous spicules that have six rays; choanocytes are restricted to finger-shaped chambers; Hyalospongiae

class Hydrozoa

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n.
  1. coelenterates typically having alternation of generations; hydroid phase is usually colonial giving rise to the medusoid phase by budding: hydras and jellyfishes; Hydrozoa

class Hymenomycetes

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n.
  1. used in some classifications; usually coextensive with order Agaricales: mushrooms; toadstools; agarics; bracket fungi; Hymenomycetes

class Insecta

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n.
  1. insects; about five-sixths of all known animal species; Insecta; Hexapoda; class Hexapoda

class Lamellibranchia

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n.
  1. oysters; clams; scallops; mussels; Bivalvia; class Bivalvia; Lamellibranchia; class Pelecypoda

class Larvacea

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n.
  1. small free-swimming tunicates; sometimes classified as an order; Larvacea

class Liliopsida

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n.
  1. comprising seed plants that produce an embryo with a single cotyledon and parallel-veined leaves: includes grasses and lilies and palms and orchids; divided into four subclasses or superorders: Alismatidae; Arecidae; Commelinidae; and Liliidae; Monocotyledones; class Monocotyledones; Monocotyledonae; class Monocotyledonae; Liliopsida

class Lycopodiate

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n.
  1. club mosses and related forms: includes Lycopodiales; Isoetales; Selaginellales; and extinct Lepidodendrales; sometimes considered a subdivision of Tracheophyta; Lycopsida; class Lycopsida; Lycopodiate

class Lycopodineae

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n.
  1. alternative designation for the class Lycopsida; Lycopodineae

class Lycopsida

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n.
  1. club mosses and related forms: includes Lycopodiales; Isoetales; Selaginellales; and extinct Lepidodendrales; sometimes considered a subdivision of Tracheophyta; Lycopsida; Lycopodiate; class Lycopodiate

class Magnoliopsida

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n.
  1. comprising seed plants that produce an embryo with paired cotyledons and net-veined leaves; divided into six (not always well distinguished) subclasses (or superorders): Magnoliidae and Hamamelidae (considered primitive); Caryophyllidae (an early and distinctive offshoot); and three more or less advanced groups: Dilleniidae; Rosidae; Asteridae; Dicotyledones; class Dicotyledones; Dicotyledonae; class Dicotyledonae; Magnoliopsida

class Mammalia

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n.
  1. warm-blooded vertebrates characterized by mammary glands in the female; Mammalia

class Mastigophora

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n.
  1. protozoa having flagella; Mastigophora; Flagellata; class Flagellata

class Merostomata

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n.
  1. used in some classifications; includes the orders Xiphosura and Eurypterida; Merostomata

class Monocotyledonae

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n.
  1. comprising seed plants that produce an embryo with a single cotyledon and parallel-veined leaves: includes grasses and lilies and palms and orchids; divided into four subclasses or superorders: Alismatidae; Arecidae; Commelinidae; and Liliidae; Monocotyledones; class Monocotyledones; Monocotyledonae; Liliopsida; class Liliopsida

class Monocotyledones

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n.
  1. comprising seed plants that produce an embryo with a single cotyledon and parallel-veined leaves: includes grasses and lilies and palms and orchids; divided into four subclasses or superorders: Alismatidae; Arecidae; Commelinidae; and Liliidae; Monocotyledones; Monocotyledonae; class Monocotyledonae; Liliopsida; class Liliopsida

class Musci

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n.
  1. true mosses: bryophytes having leafy rather than thalloid gametophytes: comprises orders Andreaeales; Bryales; Dicranales; Eubryales; Sphagnales; Bryopsida; class Bryopsida; Musci

class Myriapoda

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n.
  1. arthropods having the body composed of numerous double somites each with two pairs of legs: millipedes; Diplopoda; class Diplopoda; Myriapoda

class Myxomycetes

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n.
  1. the class of true slime molds; essentially equivalent to the division Myxomycota; Myxomycetes

class Nuda

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n.
  1. ctenophores lacking tentacles; comprises one genus: beroe; Nuda

class Oligochaeta

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n.
  1. earthworms; Oligochaeta

class Onychophora

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n.
  1. enigmatic small elongated wormlike terrestrial invertebrates of damp dark habitats in warm regions; distinct from the phylum Annelida; resemble slugs with legs and are sometimes described as the missing link between arthropods and annelids; Onychophora

class Oomycetes

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n.
  1. nonphotosynthetic fungi that resemble algae and that reproduce by forming oospores; sometimes classified as protoctists; Oomycetes

class Ophiuroidea

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n.
  1. brittle stars and basket stars; Ophiuroidea

class Osteichthyes

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n.
  1. a class of fish having a skeleton composed of bone in addition to cartilage; Osteichthyes

class Pauropoda

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n.
  1. an obscure class of minute arthropods with branched antennae and 8 to 10 pairs of legs; Pauropoda

class Pelecypoda

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n.
  1. oysters; clams; scallops; mussels; Bivalvia; class Bivalvia; Lamellibranchia; class Lamellibranchia

class Phaeophyceae

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n.
  1. brown algae; mostly marine and littoral eukaryotic algae; Phaeophyceae

class Phasmidia

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n.
  1. one of two subgroups of Nematoda used in some classification systems; Phasmidia

class Pinopsida

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n.
  1. most conifers: in some systems classified as a class (Pinopsida) and in others as a subdivision (Pinophytina); used in some classifications for one of five subdivisions of Gymnospermophyta; Pinopsida; Pinophytina; subdivision Pinophytina

class Placodermi

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n.
  1. extinct group of bony-plated fishes with primitive jaws; Placodermi

class Plectomycetes

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n.
  1. class of fungi in which the fruiting body is a cleistothecium (it releases spores only on decay or disintegration); Plectomycetes

class Polychaeta

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n.
  1. marine annelid worms; Polychaeta

class Polyplacophora

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n.
  1. small class of marine mollusks comprising the chitons; sometimes considered an order of the subclass Amphineura; Polyplacophora

class Psilopsida

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n.
  1. whisk ferns; comprising the family Psilotaceae or Psilotatae: vascular plants with no roots, partial if any leaf differentiation, and rudimentary spore sacs; Psilopsida; Psilotatae; class Psilotatae

class Psilotatae

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n.
  1. whisk ferns; comprising the family Psilotaceae or Psilotatae: vascular plants with no roots, partial if any leaf differentiation, and rudimentary spore sacs; Psilopsida; class Psilopsida; Psilotatae

class Pteridospermopsida

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n.
  1. extinct gymnosperms most of Carboniferous to Jurassic: seed ferns and allies; Pteridospermopsida

class Pyrenomycetes

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n.
  1. class of fungi in which the fruiting body is a perithecium; includes powdery mildews and ergot and Neurospora; Pyrenomycetes

class Reptilia

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n.
  1. class of cold-blooded air-breathing vertebrates with completely ossified skeleton and a body usually covered with scales or horny plates; once the dominant land animals; Reptilia

class Rhodophyceae

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n.
  1. coextensive with the Rhodophyta: red algae; Rhodophyceae

class Sarcodina

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n.
  1. characterized by the formation of pseudopods for locomotion and taking food: Actinopoda; Rhizopoda; Sarcodina

class Scaphopoda

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n.
  1. small class of bilaterally symmetrical marine forms comprising the tooth shells; Scaphopoda

class Schizomycetes

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n.
  1. a former classification; Schizomycetes

class Scyphozoa

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n.
  1. coelenterates in which the polyp stage is absent or at least inconspicuous: jellyfishes; Scyphozoa

class Sphenopsida

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n.
  1. horsetails and related forms; Sphenopsida; Equisetatae; class Equisetatae

class Sporozoa

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n.
  1. strictly parasitic protozoans that are usually immobile; includes plasmodia and coccidia and piroplasms and malaria parasites; Sporozoa

class Symphyla

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n.
  1. small class of minute arthropods; unimportant except for the garden centipede; Symphyla

class Tardigrada

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n.
  1. in some classifications considered a separate phylum: microscopic arachnid-like invertebrates living in water or damp moss having 4 pairs of legs and instead of a mouth a pair of stylets or needlelike piercing organs connected with the pharynx; Tardigrada

class Taxopsida

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n.
  1. yews: in some systems classified as a class (Taxopsida) and in others as a subdivision (Taxophytina) used in some classifications for one of five subdivisions of Gymnospermophyta; Taxopsida; Taxophytina; subdivision Taxophytina

class Tentaculata

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n.
  1. ctenophores have retractile tentacles; Tentaculata

class Thaliacea

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n.
  1. small class of free-swimming tunicates; sometimes classified as an order; Thaliacea

class Tiliomycetes

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n.
  1. category used in some systems to comprise the two orders Ustilaginales (smuts) and Uredinales (rusts); Tiliomycetes

class Trematoda

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n.
  1. parasitic flatworms (including flukes); Trematoda

class Turbellaria

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  1. free-living flatworms; Turbellaria

class Ulvophyceae

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  1. alternative name for the class Chlorophyceae in some classifications; Ulvophyceae

class Xanthophyceae

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n.
  1. yellow-green algae; Xanthophyceae

class Zygomycetes

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n.
  1. class of fungi coextensive with subdivision Zygomycota; Zygomycetes

class act

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n.
  1. someone who shows impressive and stylish excellence

class action

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n.
  1. a lawsuit brought by a representative member of a large group of people on behalf of all members of the group; class-action suit
E.g.
  • There was a class action lawsuit due to this problem.
  • Swiss law does not allow for any form of class action.
  • On July 19, 2013 the class action lawsuit was settled.

class feeling

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n.
  1. feelings of envy and resentment of one social or economic class for toward another

class fellow

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n.
  1. an acquaintance that you go to school with; schoolmate; classmate; schoolfellow

class list

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n.
  1. a list issued by examiners that categorizes students according to the class of honours they achieved in their degree examinations; honours list

class period

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n.
  1. a regularly scheduled session as part of a course of study; course session; recitation

class structure

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n.
  1. the organization of classes within a society
E.g.
  • They wanted to protect Chile from "the enemy of class structure".
  • As the class structure in America changed, so did measures of real wealth.
  • The series returns to the three class structure that it previously held in 2016.

class struggle

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n.
  1. conflict between social or economic classes (especially between the capitalist and proletariat classes); class war; class warfare
E.g.
  • It is a natural response to natural struggle blended with class struggle."
  • The film deals with environmental destruction, pollution and class struggle.
  • These films were noted for their emphasis on class struggle and external threats (i.e.

class war

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n.
  1. conflict between social or economic classes (especially between the capitalist and proletariat classes); class struggle; class warfare

class warfare

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n.
  1. conflict between social or economic classes (especially between the capitalist and proletariat classes); class struggle; class war

economy class

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n.
  1. a class of accommodations on a ship or train or plane that are less expensive than first class accommodations; cabin class; second class
E.g.
  • "World Traveller" is the mid-haul and long-haul economy class cabin.
  • These cars were replaced with BHA cars for economy class and SDS for first class.
  • Each ticket cost $9,000 (an economy class ticket would have cost approximately $1,400).

first class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
adv.
  1. by first class conveyance; with first class accommodations
E.g.
  • Vista del Lago's first class graduated in May 2010.
  • This was the first class of AC to be characterized.
  • The first class of seniors graduated in May 1986.

first class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the highest rank in a classification
  2. mail that includes letters and postcards and packages sealed against inspection; 1st class; first-class mail; 1st-class mail
  3. the most expensive accommodations on a ship or train or plane
E.g.
  • Vista del Lago's first class graduated in May 2010.
  • This was the first class of AC to be characterized.
  • The first class of seniors graduated in May 1986.

form class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. one of the traditional categories of words intended to reflect their functions in a grammatical context; part of speech; word class

freshman class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the first class in college or high school
E.g.
  • These did not progress past a single freshman class.
  • The freshman class at ASCC had just 131 enrolled students.
  • He also meets McNabb, who is the "partier" of the freshman class.

graduating class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the body of students who graduate together this year
E.g.
  • The last sixth grade graduating class was in 2012.
  • The average graduating class is about 30 students.
  • The graduating class of 2004 included 439 students.

immigrant class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. recent immigrants who are lumped together as a class by their low socioeconomic status in spite of different cultural backgrounds

junior class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. penultimate class in high school or college

life class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. an art class using a live human model

lower class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the social class lowest in the social hierarchy; underclass
E.g.
  • Middle class, working class, lower class, poor "welfare" group.
  • He was a lower class character dressed in tattered servants' garb.
  • They grew up in poverty, but never thought of themselves as lower class.

major form class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. any of the major parts of speech of traditional grammar

master class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a class (especially in music) given to talented students by an expert
E.g.
  • An international early music master class complements the concert series.
  • The difference between a normal class and a master class is typically the setup.
  • The following year, he studied with photographer Diane Arbus in her master class.

middle class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the social class between the lower and upper classes; bourgeoisie
E.g.
  • Pathak was born in a middle class Brahmin family.
  • Most of the immigrants from Peru were middle class.
  • It is particularly evident in middle class families.

ruling class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the class of people exerting power or authority; people in power
E.g.
  • The Central Directorate is the ruling class in the unnamed city.
  • In the west, an Arakanese ruling class who spoke Burmese emerged.
  • It sought to end private ownership in general and combat the ruling class.

second class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
adv.
  1. by second class conveyance
E.g.
  • He graduated with a B.Sc second class honours degree.
  • There must be no second class citizens in this country."
  • Schmundt was awarded the Iron Cross first and second class.

second class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a class of accommodations on a ship or train or plane that are less expensive than first class accommodations; cabin class; economy class
  2. not the highest rank in a classification
  3. not the highest quality in a classification
E.g.
  • He graduated with a B.Sc second class honours degree.
  • There must be no second class citizens in this country."
  • Schmundt was awarded the Iron Cross first and second class.

senior class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. final grade or class in high school or college
E.g.
  • Monroe was also a regular guest at senior class dinners.
  • Also in 2012, the school graduated its first senior class.
  • The first senior class graduated in 1965.

sergeant first class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a sergeant in the Army above the rank of staff sergeant and below master sergeant; first sergeant

shop class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a course of instruction in a trade (as carpentry or electricity); shop

social class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. people having the same social, economic, or educational status; class; stratum; socio-economic class
E.g.
  • Each of them represents a social class of the Middle Ages.
  • Sometimes tattoos signaled social class.
  • He believed Dr. Neill was well below his daughter's social class.

socio-economic class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. people having the same social, economic, or educational status; class; stratum; social class

sophomore class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the second class in a four-year college or high school

substitution class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the class of all items that can be substituted into the same position (or slot) in a grammatical sentence (are in paradigmatic relation with one another); paradigm

third class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. mail consisting of printed matter qualifying for reduced postal rates; third-class mail
  2. inexpensive accommodations on a ship or train; tourist class
E.g.
  • The two trailers were first class or third class and weighed .
  • Abbots of third class monasteries were to be styled "hegumen".
  • He also held the third class of the order of the Dooranee Empire.

tourist class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. inexpensive accommodations on a ship or train; third class

upper class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the class occupying the highest position in the social hierarchy; upper crust
E.g.
  • Unlike PIM 1, PIM 2 more focused on upper class aficionados.
  • The characters in the story are from an elite or upper class status.
  • Manet painted the upper class enjoying more formal social activities.

word class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. one of the traditional categories of words intended to reflect their functions in a grammatical context; part of speech; form class

working class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a social class comprising those who do manual labor or work for wages; labor; labour; proletariat
E.g.
  • Ferrer was aiming to educate the working class.
  • Pringle was raised in working class family in Florida.
  • His pride in his working class origins never left him.

enzyme class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The systematic name of this enzyme class is 3β-hydroxy-Δ-steroid:NAD 3-oxidoreductase.
  • The systematic name of this enzyme class is cholesterol, reduced-adrenal-ferredoxin:oxygen oxidoreductase (side-chain-cleaving).

weight class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • He competed in the 66 kg weight class and lifted RAW.
  • Jan's father took the Bronze World Cup for his weight class.
  • weight class under his San Shou fighting nickname, "The Gentleman" .

world class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Kessler was also a world class skeet and trap shooter.
  • He was a world class butterfly swimmer during the 1990s.
  • Recently the club has produced several world class rowers.

new class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The school opened a new class every year up to XII in 2013.
  • Group sizes are as follows (new class size breaks for 2016):
  • The new class was not universally welcomed in the Kriegsmarine.

class of cultural

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The place is important in demonstrating the principal characteristics of a particular class of cultural places.

each class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Between each class a five-minute break is offered.
  • Pole positions in each class are denoted in bold.
  • Pole position winners in each class are marked in bold.

particular class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • formula_4 The related piezoelectric effect occurs only in a particular class of dielectrics.
  • Open wheel cars are generally manufactured with tubular frames and a body purchased for that particular class.
  • The place is important in demonstrating the principal characteristics of a particular class of cultural places.

class size

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • On average, class size is about 25 students: 1 teacher.
  • Genoa-Kingston High School has an average class size of 21.
  • Group sizes are as follows (new class size breaks for 2016):

same class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • She also happens to be in the same class as Tsukimori.
  • He later returned to Harvard to teach that same class.
  • They are now college students studying in the same class.

class locomotives

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • By 1943, X class locomotives were each averaging per annum.
  • Most were scrapped and their boilers fitted to F class locomotives.
  • The frames were stored and the boilers used as spares for the N and U class locomotives.

class honours

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • He graduated with a B.Sc second class honours degree.
  • Asmodelle graduated in 2017 with a 1st class honours.
  • Moses completed his BEngTech with first class honours in 1961.
E.g.
  • The first graduating class was the class of 1976.
  • The first graduating class in 1935 had 13 students.
  • The Class of 2011 was the first graduating class.

school class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Boyer was valedictorian of his high school class.
  • Block X accommodates 8 secondary school class rooms.
  • He graduated in 1902 as valedictorian of his high school class.

class action lawsuit

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • There was a class action lawsuit due to this problem.
  • On July 19, 2013 the class action lawsuit was settled.
  • A class action lawsuit has been filed against the company in Israel.

first class honours

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Moses completed his BEngTech with first class honours in 1961.
  • He earned a first class honours B.A.
  • with first class honours in 1952.

up in class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • He then stepped up in class for the Sandown Classic Trial.
  • Following that, he was stepped up in class for the Grade 2 Dr.P.J.
  • She was extremely shy throughout middle school and had trouble speaking up in class.

recruiting class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • 1 recruiting class according to Rivals and the No.
  • The Seminoles recruiting class was ranked No.

inaugural class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • In June 2007, VCOM graduated its inaugural class of 139 students.
  • He was inducted into the Aerospace Walk of Honor 1990 inaugural class.
  • In 2019, she was made a member of the Order of Yukon's inaugural class.

high school class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Boyer was valedictorian of his high school class.
  • He graduated in 1902 as valedictorian of his high school class.
  • Among the items were Laura Houghteling's high school class ring.

kg class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Kari won gold at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in the Men's 94 kg class.
  • In 2011, she won gold in the 48 kg class at the Asian Women's Cup in China.
  • At the 2010 Commonwealth Games he won the silver medal in the 105 kg class.

upper middle class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The Cup of Tea depicts a" social ritual for upper middle class women".
  • This Volvo ran into the Malaysian market for the first time in the upper middle class.
  • Because of the rise of the textile industry, there was also a rise of the upper middle class.

business class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • For example, in business class, Italian espresso was served.
  • All business class seats were also equipped with AC power ports.
  • "Club World" is the mid-haul and long-haul business class cabin.

class of enzymes

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Bacterial resistance occurs as a result of the expression of one of many genes for the production of β-lactamases, a class of enzymes that break open the β-lactam ring.
  • PETase PETases are an esterase class of enzymes that catalyze the hydrolysis of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) plastic to monomeric mono-2-hydroxyethyl terephthalate (MHET).
  • Histone deacetylase Histone deacetylases (, HDAC) are a class of enzymes that remove acetyl groups (O=C-CH) from an ε-N-acetyl lysine amino acid on a histone, allowing the histones to wrap the DNA more tightly.

class system

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • There is no grammatical gender or noun class system.
  • Cross Country is based on a 3 class system since 2007.

top class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The cinematography and editing are top class.
  • She produced some minor winners, but nothing of top class.
  • She produced four minor winners, but nothing of top class.

class sizes

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • With class sizes down from 135 in 2005 to 73 in 2009, classes were suspended.
  • The small nature of the current roll allows the school to offer small class sizes.
  • The student to teacher ratio is set at 12:1, with average class sizes of 15 students.

within the class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Each feature name within a class always maps to a specific feature within the class.
  • It is usually the drug of choice within the class because it is better-absorbed, following oral administration, than other β-lactam antibiotics.
  • She argues that Whorf's analysis captured aspects of Hopi grammar that were not captured by simply describing tensors as falling within the class of temporal adverbs.

fourth class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • A fourth class of membership, Select, is included with certain credit cards.
  • In the past, Chachoengsao was a fourth class city under the ministry of defence.
  • The expansion continues the original story of "Martyr" and adds a fourth class: The Tech-Adept.

class president

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Once again, he was elected as class president.
  • He was also Junior and Senior class president.
  • In 1964 and 1965, Clinton won elections for class president.

high class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • She enjoyed gastronomy and dreamed of running a high class restaurant.
  • In the 1990s the hall, stables, colonnade and orangery were developed into high class private accommodation.
  • Díaz had three prisons prepared for the high class subordinates of the Empire each reserved to different branches of the same rank.

class debut

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • He made his first class debut in this fixture.
  • He made his first class debut for Services on 7 November 2015 in the 2015–16 Ranji Trophy.
  • He made his first class debut in 2008 for Wellington-based side , coming on as a replacement in their first match in the 2008 Vodacom Cup against the .

first class debut

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • He made his first class debut in this fixture.
  • He made his first class debut for Services on 7 November 2015 in the 2015–16 Ranji Trophy.
  • He made his first class debut in 2008 for Wellington-based side , coming on as a replacement in their first match in the 2008 Vodacom Cup against the .

average class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Genoa-Kingston High School has an average class size of 21.
  • The average class size is 18 students.
  • The average class size is 13 students.

class passengers

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The trains seated 38 first and 138 third class passengers in open saloons.
  • The ship could accommodate 200 first class and 36 second class passengers.
  • For business class passengers, 60MB of complimentary WiFi data was provided.

class graduated

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Vista del Lago's first class graduated in May 2010.
  • The first class graduated from Wilber High School in 1886.
  • The first senior class graduated in 1965.

average class size

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Genoa-Kingston High School has an average class size of 21.
  • The average class size is 18 students.
  • The average class size is 13 students.

class locomotive

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • One B class locomotive, no B6, has been preserved.
  • A Pacific National NR class locomotive was named "Steve Irwin" as part of the campaign.
  • Initially, F 9 was classified as an F class locomotive to differentiate it from the 0-6-0T conversions.

class degree

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • He graduated with a first class degree in 1951.
  • In 1991 he achieved a first class degree in Russian Studies.
  • Silverstone left Cambridge in 2001 with a first class degree.

merchant class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Rothe House is an example of a house owned by Kilkenny's merchant class.
  • Chauncy was born into the elite Puritan merchant class that ruled Boston.
  • Chauncy was thus a staunch and loyal supporter of the political, social, religious, and economic merchant class status quo.

special class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Integrals such as form a special class of functionals.
  • They are a special class of anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies.
  • They have a special class for Taekkyeon, a traditional Korean martial arts.

equivalence class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • A typical equivalence class is written "U"["a, b"].
  • Every element of is a member of the equivalence class .
  • Let formula_13 denote the equivalence class to which "a" belongs.

class cricket

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Following an injury, Shreck retired from first class cricket in July 2017.
  • Also very well known is David Hemp, a former captain of Glamorgan in English first class cricket.
  • He played first class cricket for Tasmania twelve times between the 1949–50 season and the 1955–56 season.

political class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Support for a coup that will correct the excesses of political class was growing.
  • Those who identify with the government on two or more questions are defined as the political class."
  • 'Slugger' has developed a reputation as 'the watering hole of the political class in Northern Ireland.'

class consisted

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The original class consisted of 272 students.
  • In 1879, the first graduating class consisted of three members.
  • The first graduating class consisted of six girls and four boys.

class conflict

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Much more important was the calculus of class conflict.
  • Unresolved class conflict, however, made these laws less effective.
  • The main themes of "Parasite" are class conflict, social inequality and wealth disparity.

first class cricket

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Following an injury, Shreck retired from first class cricket in July 2017.
  • Also very well known is David Hemp, a former captain of Glamorgan in English first class cricket.
  • He played first class cricket for Tasmania twelve times between the 1949–50 season and the 1955–56 season.

class family

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Pringle was raised in working class family in Florida.
  • Shahnaz was born in a cultural and middle class family.
  • Serra comes from a lower middle class family.

large class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • In fact, there are stable states for a large class of adaptive dynamics.
  • A large class of spaces satisfying the countable first axiom are metric spaces.
  • Otherwise a large class of phrasal forms which behave like nouns must be left unanalyzed.

class rooms

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Block X accommodates 8 secondary school class rooms.
  • Block C accommodates 15 secondary school class rooms and book stores.
  • Individual class rooms, superintendents and other rooms open off the Sunday School room.

entire class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The abandonment of an entire class of weapons remains unrepeated in U.S. history.
  • A KWL chart can be used as a study tool for an individual, group or entire class.
  • Mr. Meinert, the chorus teacher, is wound so tight that he blows up at Hart and the entire class.

class women

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The Cup of Tea depicts a" social ritual for upper middle class women".
  • Amongst other themes, it reflects the constraints on working class women's dreams.
  • During Linnaeus's time it was normal for upper class women to have wet nurses for their babies.

higher class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Today, the eastern side of Davenport still contains many of the higher class houses in the city.
  • The children of the working class approach school with a different attitude than those of higher class.
  • The Old Castilian language was also used to show the higher class that came with being a knight errant.

highest class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Expressways in India Expressways are the highest class of roads in India.
  • The word was originally used to describe the members of the highest class in ancient Rome.
  • Drivers must hold valid Super Licences, the highest class of racing licence issued by the FIA.

single class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The LNER therefore treated them all as a single class, 'D41'.
  • The award is set up in a single class and all laureates are enrolled in a special vital record.
  • There have been many designs for patrol boats, though the navy currently only has a single class.

lower middle class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Serra comes from a lower middle class family.
  • The great majority came from lower middle class origins.
  • During the last stage of his life he spent a lower middle class life.

class group

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Its component group is called the mapping class group.
  • The ideal class group of is a -module.
  • Now, we need to show every divisorial ideal is principal; i.e., the divisor class group of "R" vanishes.

first class degree

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • He graduated with a first class degree in 1951.
  • In 1991 he achieved a first class degree in Russian Studies.
  • Silverstone left Cambridge in 2001 with a first class degree.

spectral class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Its spectral class is B8 and it has a luminosity of .
  • Its spectral class is K1 and its absolute magnitude is 0.0.
  • Its spectral class is F2 and its absolute magnitude is 0.6.

small class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The small nature of the current roll allows the school to offer small class sizes.
  • The school had small class sizes providing staff-pupil ratios that enhance pupil progress.
  • Trailblazers features small class sizes, uniforms, after-school activities, and a longer school day.

character class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The shaman character class was introduced anew in the 2nd edition supplement, "Shaman" (1995).
  • The hobbit first appeared as a player character class in the original 1974 edition of "Dungeons & Dragons".
  • The shaman is a character class in the 3rd edition that was introduced in the "Oriental Adventures" campaign supplement.

heavyweight class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • In 1932 he finished sixth in the heavyweight class.
  • In 1932 he finished fifth in the heavyweight class.
  • In 1928 he finished tenth in the heavyweight class.

every class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Lederer had Rainey sing for him at every class session.
  • Within every class, there are numerous subtle gradations in status.
  • With TeachNext, every class is equipped with latest smart board facilities.

grade class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The school originally had a sixth grade class.
  • He also took up boxing, and additionally taught a local sixth grade class in Flagstaff.
  • She taught Bonneville Elementary School's 2nd grade class in the first televised Open Class Room.

class is unknown

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Those whose class is unknown, or assumed, are noted as such.
  • In a classification procedure, the class for a new object (whose real class is unknown) can be estimated by minimising, across classes, an average of the Fisher kernel distance from the new object to each known member of the given class.

class members

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The 1921 Coal Miners’ strike meant that two class members (Nos.
  • This resulted in those class members with this feature being nicknamed 'Cathedrals'.
  • Henry, Ed King, and most of the delegation's middle class members were in favor of the compromise.

class submarine

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • U-1-class submarine "U-1" class submarine may refer to:
  • U-43-class submarine "U-43" class submarine may refer to:
  • U-27-class submarine "U-27" class submarine may refer to:

class number

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • It appears that Gauss already knew the class number formula in 1801.
  • The class number indicates the severity of impairment with "1" being most impaired.

metre class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • He won a silver medal in the 5.5 metre class at the 1956 Summer Olympics.

class field

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • He made a series of conjectures on class field theory.
  • She attended Harvard University as an undergraduate; with Benedict Gross as a mentor, she wrote a senior thesis on local class field theory.
  • The concepts were highly influential, and his own contribution lives on in the names of the Hilbert class field and of the Hilbert symbol of local class field theory.

last class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The last class at this campus graduated in June 2006.
  • The last class to graduate as Stivers High School was 1976.
  • The graduating class of 1956 was the last class to graduate from the "old" school.

class was designed

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The resultant W class was designed in 1929.
  • The "Indomito" class was designed by Luigi Scaglia of Societa Pattison of Naples.
  • This class was designed as the modified variant of the , the preceding destroyer escort class.

class during

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • An individual might change social class during a lifetime by extraordinary behavior.
  • Under her administration the program went on to become an elective class during the 2012-2013 school year.
  • Welsh and Irish migrant workers composed a large portion of Baltimore's working class during the early and mid-1800s.

class action suit

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • In February 2010, a settlement was approved by the Courts in the class action suit.
  • A class action suit was filed on behalf of shareholders alleging securities violations.
  • UFCW later filed a class action suit against the ICE and DHS on Fourth and Fifth Amendment grounds.

complexity class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The problems are not in complexity class APX.
  • It is the quantum analogue of the complexity class BPP.
  • Valiant's 1979 paper also introduced #P as a complexity class.

elite class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • They were supported financially, politically, and spiritually by the royal establishment and the elite class.
  • However most of the gains went to the urban elite class, especially businessmen and financiers living in Halifax.
  • She changed to the elite class in 2011, having skipped the under 23 class, and came under the guidance of national coach Dick Tonks.

kindergarten class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • After Bart got banned from kindergarten class, they brought their problems to the Church.
  • It began with just a kindergarten class and within 4 years had expanded through 12th grade.
  • Sarah started school in kindergarten class at Duhaga Girls' School in Hoima where she studied up to Primary 4.

incoming class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The incoming class was rated the number one recruiting class, by ESPN.
  • Brazdeikis had the highest expectations among the incoming class from Yahoo!
  • Soon after, Steve, hobbling on a cane, greets an incoming class of new RAF cadets.

per class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • 423 Classes were taught, with an overall average class size of 24 students per class.
  • Class sizes are limited to 20 students per class to allow instructors to focus on the students.
  • As of December 2018, its most popular weekly services were attracting around 70 people per class.

another class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • An inner class is a class defined within another class.
  • It will be months before he can sign up for another class.
  • Piezoelectric, or piezo, pickups represent another class of pickup.

race and class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • She unites both those at home and abroad, across lines of race and class.
  • Parts of the United States are sometimes divided by race and class status despite the national narrative of integration.
  • They worked to found "Ms. Magazine" in 1971 and toured together to raise awareness of gender, race and class issues through the 1970s.

class win

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • They won two races on the way to LM GTE class win.
  • Aitken-Walker managed a class win in the following Irish rally.
  • It was their second class win, and the team's biggest victory to date.

private first class

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Zoppi began as private first class and was assigned to the Military Police Corps at Fort McClellan in Alabama.
  • Angela married Jose Antonio "Tony" Baca, who served as private first class in the United States Army during World War II.
  • Following an official investigation, he was court-martialled and demoted to private first class, expelled from the army and sentenced to five years in prison.

lower class size

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • These interventions include: teacher training, all-day kindergarten, lower class size K-3rd grade, literacy and math coaching programs that provide teachers with individualized job-embedded professional development to improve their instruction, before or after school tutoring assistance to struggling students.
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