1 class[klaːs] plural ˈclasses1. noun1) a group of people or things that are alike in some way:صِنْف
The dog won first prize in its class in the dog show.2) (the system according to which people belong to) one of a number of economic/social groups:طَبَقَه
( also adjective) the class system.3) a grade or rank (of merit):دَرَجَه، طَبَقَه
musicians of a high class.4) a number of students or scholars taught together:صَف
John and I are in the same class.دَرْس، مُحاضَرَه
a French class.6) (American) a course or series of lectures, often leading to an examination.دَوْرَه، مَساق2. verbto regard as being of a certain type:يُصَنِّف
He classes all women as stupid.
2 class-roomnouna room in a school where a class is taught.غُرْفَةُ الصَّف
3 first-classadjective1) of the best quality:دَرَجَه أولى
a first-class hotel.2) very good:مُمتاز، درجَه أولى
This food is first-class!3) (for) travelling in the best and most expensive part of the train, plane, ship etc:دَرَجَه أولى
( also adverb) She always travels first-class.
4 high-classadjectiveof high quality:طبقَة عاليَه، درجة عاليَه
This is a high-class hotel.
5 second-classadjective1) of or in the class next after or below the first; not of the very best quality:من الدَّرَجَة الثّانِيَه
He gained a second-class honours degree in French.2) (for) travelling in a part of a train etc that is not as comfortable or luxurious as some other part:دَرَجَة ثانِيَه
( also adverb) I'll be travelling second-class.
6 third-classadjective, adverbof or in the class next after or below the second.دَرَجَه ثالِثَه، طَبَقَه ثالِثَه
7 upper class(of) the highest rank of society; (of) the aristocracy:الطَّبَقَة العُليا
He speaks with an upper-class accent.
8 classصِنْف \ article: a particular thing: an article of clothing. category: a group or division in which each member is like the rest in a certain way; a kind or sort: Fishing may be placed in the category of sport, or in that of earning a living, according to its purpose. class: a group of things of the same kind: Science divides living things into many classes. kind: sort; class: An orange is a kind of fruit. sort: kind: different sorts of fruit. species: a kind, esp. in the scientific grouping of creatures and plants. type: a kind: Men of that type can’t be trusted. Is this a new type of machine?.
9 classطَبَقَة اجْتِماعِيّة \ class: all the people of one social level: the middle class; the working classes. \ فَصْل \ class: a group of students being taught together: That boy is in my class. \ See Also صَفّ دِراسِيّ
10 classدَرَجَةٌ \ class: (mostly in compounds) a level of quality: I travelled in a second-class carriage. Is that a good-class hotel?. degree: a measure of quality: His work shows a high degree of skill. grade: a step or level, in quality or rank: Aeroplanes use a high grade of petrol. mark: a sign (usu. a number, sometimes A, B, C, etc.) that is given by a teacher to show the quality of a piece of work in school: low marks; full marks; a bad mark. point: a particular position in space or time, or in a course or change: the highest point on the road; the most difficult point in our talks; the boiling point of water. rank: a social or official position of a certain level: He was a nobleman of the highest rank. A captain holds a much lower rank than a general. step: a flat place for one’s foot, when one walks from one level to another: the front doorstep; mind the step. \ See Also فئة (فِئَة)، منزلة (مَنْزِلَة)، مرتبة (مَرْتَبَة)، علامة (علامَة)، نقطة (نقطة)
11 classنَوْع \ class: a group of things of the same kind: Science divides living things into many classes. form: a kind: Ice is a solid form of water. A bus is a form of vehicle. kind: sort; class: An orange is a kind of fruit. make: a kind, as shown by the maker’s name or the trade name: What make of car is that? A Ford, or a Jaguar?. quality: worth; a general condition of goodness or badness: These goods are of poor quality. sort: kind: different sorts of fruit. species: a kind, esp. in the scientific grouping of creatures and plants. type: a kind: Men of that type can’t be trusted. Is this a new type of machine?. variety: a kind: There are many varieties of fish in this lake. \ See Also صنف (صِنْف)، شكل (شَكْل)
12 first-class, first-rateمُمْتَاز \ de luxe: of very high quality: a de luxe hotel. excellent: very good; of high quality: excellent food; an excellent cook. fantastic: very good, wonderful: How was the party? - fantastic!. first- rate: (second, third, etc.) of the highest quality; first class: She’s a first-rate swimmer. Her swimming is first-rate. first-class, first-rate: of the best quality: He is a first-class photographer. gorgeous: delightful; very pleasant: a gorgeous meal. ideal: perfect; very good: an ideal place for swimming. incredible: wonderful; very good: She had an incredible flat. noble: splendid; deserving admiration: a noble animal; a noble attempt to save life. posh: expensive very fine: a posh house; posh clothes. select: carefully chosen; not including anything (or anybody) unsuitable: a select club. splendid: very good: a splendid idea. super: especially fine: a super car; a super girl. superb: splendid; grand; very fine: a superb performance; a superb hotel.
13 first-class, first-rateفَاخِر \ deluxe: of very high quality: a de luxe hotel. excellent: very good; of high quality: excellent food; an excellent cook. first-class, first-rate: of the best quality: He is a first-class photographer. lordly: like a lord; fit for a lord: a lordly manner; lordly generosity. magnificent: very fine; splendid; grand: a magnificent ceremony. rich: costly; splendid: rich silk and jewels. super: especially fine: a super car; a super girl. \ See Also ممتاز (ممتاز)
14 first-class, first-rateأَجْوَد صِنف \ first-class, first-rate: of the best quality: He is a first-class photographer. \ مِن الدرجة الأولى \ first-class, first-rate: of the best quality: He is a first-class photographer.
15 working classطَبَقَة العُمّال \ labour: employed people, as a class (compared with the management, who provide or control employment); workers in factories, farms, etc. (compared with those in shops and offices, who are called staff): Skilled labour; a labour force. working class: those who are usually paid weekly, esp. those who work with their hands (compared with the professional class).
16 middle-classالطَّبَقَة الوُسْطَى \ middle-class: of the middle classes of society.
17 second-classمِن المَرْتَبَة أو الدَّرَجة الثّانِية \ second-class: of the next level below that of top quality: The less comfortable second-class seats were much cheaper than the first-class ones.
18 working classالطَّبَقَة العَامِلَة \ working class: those who are usually paid weekly, esp. those who work with their hands (compared with the professional class).
19 working classthe section of society who work with their hands, doing manual labour.الطَّبَقَه العامِلَه
20 jama'agather [Mal gama', gimgha (week), Hrs gm' (collect), Hrs egtoma]--------people, crowd; public, community, family; group, class [jama'a] Aze camaat, Ful jamaa, Hau jamaa, Hin jamat, Per jama'at, Swa jamaa, Tat dzhemegat, Tur cemaat borrowed from Ar
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