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erstklassig {adj}; Spitzen...; Oberklassen...
ein hochkarätig besetzter Film
ein Spitzenathlet
ein erstklassiges Restaurant
top-class; first-class; first class
a film with a top-class cast
a top-class athlete
a top-class restaurant
Klassenunterschied class="s">{m}
Klassenunterschiede class="s">{pl}
class difference; gap in class
class differences; class distinctions
Kurs class="s">{m}; Kursus class="s">{m} [Dt.]; Lehrgang class="s">{f} [school]
Kurse class="s">{pl}; Lehrgänge class="s">{pl}
Auffrischungskurs class="s">{m}
einen Kurs belegen
Sie besucht einen Töpferkurs.
Machst du noch deinen Abendkurs in Italienisch?
course; class
courses; classes
refresher course
to take a course; to register for a course class
She's been taking classes in pottery.
Are you still doing your Italian evening class?
Klassenausflug class="s">{m}
Klassenausflug class="s">{m}
class trip; class outing
class excursion
Sammelklage class="s">{f}, Gemeinschaftsklage class="s">{f} [jur.]
Sammelklagen class="s">{pl}, Gemeinschaftsklagen class="s">{pl}
class action lawsuit, class-action suit
class action lawsuits, class-action suits
Klassenunterschied class="s">{m}
Klassenunterschiede class="s">{pl}
class difference, gap in class
class differences
Klassensprecher class="s">{m}; Klassensprecherin class="s">{f} [Dt.] [Ös.]; Klassenchef class="s">{m} [Schw.] [school]
Klassensprecher class="s">{pl}; Klassensprecherinnen class="s">{pl}; Klassenchefs class="s">{pl}
class representative; class president; form representative [Br.]; form prefect [Br.]
class representatives; class presidents; form representatives; form prefects
Klassenbeste {m f}; Klassenbester
Klassenbesten class="s">{pl}; Klassenbeste
Klassenbeste sein
best pupil (in the class); dux [Austr.] [coll.]
best pupils
to be top of the class; to be top of the form [Br.]
Klassenzimmer class="s">{n}, Klassenraum class="s">{m}, Unterrichtsraum class="s">{m}
Klassenzimmer class="s">{pl}, Klassenräume class="s">{pl}, Unterrichtsräume class="s">{pl}
classroom, class-room
classrooms, class-rooms
Klassenzimmer class="s">{n}; Klassenraum class="s">{m}; Unterrichtsraum class="s">{m} [school]
Klassenzimmer class="s">{pl}; Klassenräume class="s">{pl}; Unterrichtsräume class="s">{pl}
classroom; class-room
classrooms; class-rooms
Klassenbeste {m f} , Klassenbester
Klassenbesten class="s">{pl}, Klassenbeste
Klassenbeste sein
best pupil (in the class)
best pupils
to be top of the class, to be top of the form [Br.]
Klassenarbeit class="s">{f}; Klausurarbeit class="s">{f}; Klausur class="s">{f}; Schularbeit class="s">{f} [Ös.]; Probe class="s">{f} [Schw.] [school.]
Klassenarbeiten class="s">{pl}; Klausurarbeiten class="s">{pl}; Klausuren class="s">{pl}; Schularbeiten class="s">{pl}; Proben class="s">{pl}
Klausur in Mathe; Matheschularbeit [Ös.]; Matheprobe [Schw.]
eine Klassenarbeit schreiben
class test
class tests
maths [Br.] math [Am.] test
to do a (class) test
Unterrichtsstunde class="s">{f}; Stunde class="s">{f} [ugs.] [school]
Unterrichtsstunden class="s">{pl}; Stunden class="s">{pl}
Freistunde class="s">{f}
Lernstunde class="s">{f}
zwei Wochenstunden Physik; zwei Stunden Physik pro Woche
'Was hast du in der nächsten Stunde?' 'Französisch'
In der dritten Stunde haben wir Mathe.
teaching period; period; class hour; lesson
teaching periods; periods; class hours; lessons
free period
study period
two periods of physics per week
'What do you have next period?' 'French'
We have maths class during third period.
Standesdünkel class="s">{m}
class snobbery; class snobbishness
Einführungskurs class="s">{m}
introduction class, introductory course-class
Klassentreffen class="s">{n} [school]
Klassentreffen class="s">{pl}
class reunion
class reunions
Deckpassagier class="s">{m}
Deckpassagiere class="s">{pl}
first class passenger
first class passengers
Schulbuch class="s">{n}
Schulbücher class="s">{pl}
class book
class books
Schulbuch class="s">{n} [school]
Schulbücher class="s">{pl}
class book
class books
Spitzenspieler class="s">{m}; Spitzenspielerin class="s">{f} [sport]
Spitzenspieler class="s">{pl}; Spitzenspielerinnen class="s">{pl}
top class player
top class players
Klassespieler class="s">{m}; Klassespielerin class="s">{f} [sport]
Klassespieler class="s">{pl}; Klassespielerinnen class="s">{pl}
class player
class players
Standesunterschied class="s">{m}
Standesunterschiede class="s">{pl}
class distinction
class distinctions
Klassenkonflikt class="s">{m}
Klassenkonflikte class="s">{pl}
class conflict
class conflicts
Touristenklasse class="s">{f}; Economy-Klasse class="s">{f} [aviat.]
economy class; coach class
Klassengröße class="s">{f}
Klassengrößen class="s">{pl}
class size
class sizes
Klassengesellschaft class="s">{f} [soc.]
Klassengesellschaften class="s">{pl}
class society
class societies
Klassenfeind class="s">{m} [pol.]
Klassenfeinde class="s">{pl}
class enemy
class enemies
hochkarätig {adj}
ein hochkarätig besetzter Film
top-class
a film with a top-class cast
zweite Klasse; zweiter Grad
zweiter Klasse; zweiten Grades
ein zweitklassiges Hotel
second class
second-class
a second-class hotel
Schulklasse class="s">{f}; Klasse class="s">{f} [school]
Schulklassen class="s">{pl}; Klassen class="s">{pl}
Die Klasse macht morgen eine Exkursion.
school class; class
school classes; classes
The class is going on a field trip tomorrow.; The class are going on a field trip tomorrow. [Br.]
Klasse class="s">{f} Kl.
Klassen class="s">{pl}
obere Klasse
class cl.
classes
top class
Klasse class="s">{f}
Klassen class="s">{pl}
obere Klasse
class
classes
top class
Abiturjahrgang class="s">{m} [Dt.]; Abijahrgang class="s">{m} [Dt.] [coll.]; Maturajahrgang class="s">{m} [Ös.] [Schw.] [school]
der Abiturjahrgang Maturajahrgang 2014
das Abiturtreffen Maturatreffen des Jahrgangs 1999
A-level year group [Br.]; year [Br.]; class [Am.]
the A-level year group of 2014 [Br.]; the class of 2014 [Am.]
the year class of 1999 school reunion
Mittelständler class="s">{m}; Mittelständlerin class="s">{f}
middle-class person; member of the middle class
Arbeiterviertel class="s">{n}; Arbeiterwohnviertel class="s">{n}
Arbeiterviertel class="s">{pl}; Arbeiterwohnviertel class="s">{pl}
working-class district
working-class districts
Mittelständler class="s">{m}, Mittelständlerin class="s">{f}
middle-class person, member of the middle class
Weltklassespieler class="s">{m}; Weltklassespielerin class="s">{f} [sport]
Weltklassespieler class="s">{pl}; Weltklassespielerinnen class="s">{pl}
world class player
world class players
Arbeitersiedlung class="s">{f}
Arbeitersiedlungen class="s">{pl}
working-class district
working-class districts
Schulklasse class="s">{f}, Klasse class="s">{f}
Schulklassen class="s">{pl}, Klassen class="s">{pl}
class, form, school class, tutor group
classes, forms, school classes, tutor groups
Gefreite class="s">{m}, Gefreiter (Soldat) [mil.]
Obergefreite class="s">{m}, Hauptgefreite class="s">{m}, Obergefreiter, Hauptgefreiter
Stabsgefreite class="s">{m}, Oberstabsgefreite class="s">{m}, Stabsgefreiter, Oberstabsgefreiter
private (class 1-3) [Am.], private first class (Pte)
lance corporal (LCpl)
corporal (Cpl)
Gefreite class="s">{m}; Gefreiter (Soldat) [mil.]
Obergefreite class="s">{m}; Hauptgefreite class="s">{m}; Obergefreiter; Hauptgefreiter
Stabsgefreite class="s">{m}; Oberstabsgefreite class="s">{m}; Stabsgefreiter; Oberstabsgefreiter
private (class 1-3) Pvt. [Am.]; private first class Pte
lance corporal (LCpl)
corporal (Cpl)
von Weltrang; Weltklasse... {adj}
Weltklasseathlet class="s">{m}
world-class
world-class athlete
Mittelstand class="s">{m}; Mittelschicht class="s">{f}
gehobene Mittelschicht class="s">{f}
middle class; middle classes
upper middle class
Kristallklasse class="s">{f} [min.]
Kristallklassen class="s">{pl}
crystal class; symmetry class; space group
crystal classes; symmetry classes; space groups
Einführungskurs class="s">{m}
Einführungskurse class="s">{pl}
fachlicher Einführungskurs
introductory course; introduction class; introductory course-class
introductory courses; introduction classes; introductory course-classes
subject-oriented introductory course
Nobelhotel class="s">{n}; Nobelherberge class="s">{f}
Nobelhotels class="s">{pl}; Nobelherbergen class="s">{pl}
high-class hotel; posh accommodation [Br.]; upmarket hotel [Br.]
high-class hotels; posh accommodations; upmarket hotels
Klassenlehrer class="s">{m}; Klassenlehrerin class="s">{f} [Dt.] [Schw.]; Klassenvorstand class="s">{m} [Ös.] [school]
Klassenlehrer class="s">{pl}; Klassenlehrerinnen class="s">{pl}; Klassenvorstände class="s">{pl}
class teacher; form teacher; form tutor
class teachers; form teachers; form tutors
erstklassig
first-class
Spitzenklasse
top class
Klasse class="s">{f}, Stand class="s">{m}
class
klasse
class
Spitzenklasse class="s">{f}
top class
einordnen
to class
zweiter Klasse, zweiten Grades
second class
erste Klasse, erste Wahl
first class
zweite Klasse, zweiter Grad
zweiter Klasse, zweiten Grades
second class
second-class
Klasse class="s">{f}; Stand class="s">{m}
class
erstklassig
first class
einzeln; extra; abseits; für sich {adv}
eine Klasse für sich
apart
a class apart
Altersgruppe
age class
eingruppieren
class
erstklassig {adj}
first-class, first class
für sich
eine Klasse für sich
apart
a class apart
Kl. : Klasse
cl. : class
Baureihe class="s">{f}
class
Steuerklasse
tax class
klassenbewußt
class-conscious
in die Klasse kommst
arrive for class
Anforderungsklasse class="s">{f} [techn.]
requirement class
Schulraum, Einzeltische
class room
Klassensprecher
class representative
Klassenkamerad
class mate
Klassenbewusstsein
class consciousness
Standesunterschied
class distinction
klassenbewusst
class conscious
Klassenkampf
class conflict
Klassenbewußtsein
class-consciousness
Klassenhaß
class hatred
Klassenstärke
class load
Schulbuch
class book
Restklasse class="s">{f} [math.]
residue class
von bester Qualität
of first-class quality
mittelständisch {adj}
middle-class
Benutzerklasse
class of service
Klassenlehrer
class teacher
Abendkurs
evening class
Abseilkurs class="s">{m}
rappeling class
Abstraktionsklasse class="s">{f}
abstraction class
Leistungsklasse class="s">{f}
Leistungsklassen class="s">{pl}
class
classes
Arbeiterklasse class="s">{f}
zur Arbeiterklasse gehörend
working class
to be working-class
Ballettunterricht class="s">{m}
ballet class
Beförderungsklasse class="s">{f}
class of carriage
Benutzerklasse class="s">{f}
class of service
Königsklasse class="s">{f} [techn.] [sport]
elite class
Businessclass class="s">{f}; Businessklasse class="s">{f}
business class
Klassenverband class="s">{m} (Schulklasse) [school]
Klassenverbände class="s">{pl}
class
classes
Klassenschranken class="s">{pl}
class barriers
Firmvorbereitung class="s">{f}; Firmunterricht class="s">{m} (kath.); Konfirmandenvorbereitung class="s">{f}; Konfirmandenunterricht class="s">{m} (protest.) [relig.]
confirmation class
Klassenherkunft class="s">{f}
class origin
Genauigkeitsklasse class="s">{f}
accuracy class
Klassenbewusstsein class="s">{n}
class consciousness
Primus class="s">{m} [obs.]
top pupil; top of the class
wenn Ihre Artikel erstklassig sind
if your products are first-class
Klassenarbeit
class test
A-Betrieb class="s">{m}
class-A operation
erstklassig
fist class
hochwertig
high-class
hochwertig
high class
Unterklasse
lower class
Mittelstand
middle class
Volksschicht
social class
Sonderklasse
special class
Benutzerklasse
user class
Wortklasse
word class
Arbeiterklasse
working-class
Mittelstand
middle-class
ein erstklassiges Schiff
a first-class vessel
erstklassige Referenzen
first-class references
biologische Klasse class="s">{f} [biol.]
biological class
Isolationsklasse class="s">{f}
insulation class
Äquivalenzklasse class="s">{f} [math.]
equivalence class
Schutzklasse class="s">{f}
protection class
Zwischenklasse
intermediate class
zweite Klasse im Luftverkehr
economy class
Businessclass class="s">{f}, Businessklasse class="s">{f}
business class
klassenbewusst {adj}
class-conscious
proletenhaft; ordinär {adj} [pej.]
working-class
Förderklasse class="s">{f}
remedial class
Nadeljahrgang class="s">{m} [biochem.]
needle class
Englischkurs class="s">{m}
English class
Emittentenklasse class="s">{f}
issuing class
Warengruppe
class of goods
Versicherungszweig
class of insurance
Güteklasse
quality class
Gefahrenklasse
class of risk
erstklassig, von hoher Qualität
high class
erstklassig
high-class
Bewegungskategorie
class of movement
Bevölkerungsschicht, Bevölkerungsklasse
class of population
Arbeiterklasse, Arbeiterstand, Arbeiterschaft
working class
Arbeiterklasse
working class
Klassengröße
class size
Klassenkampf
class struggle
Klassenschranken
class barriers
Verbraucherschicht
class of consumers
Touristenklasse
tourist class
Tariflohnsatz
rate class
Tariflohn
class-rate
Tarifklasse
tariff class
Oberklasse, Oberschicht
upper class
Laufbahngruppe im öffentlichen Dienst
service class
Kontenklasse
class of accounts
Abendkurs, Abendklasse
evening class
Klassensprecher class="s">{m}
class representative
Verwendungsgruppe class="s">{f} (Arbeitsplatz) [adm.]
Verwendungsgruppen class="s">{pl}
job class
job classes
Klassentreffen class="s">{n}
class reunion
Klassengesellschaft
class society
Oberklasse class="s">{f}, Oberschicht class="s">{f}
upper class
Weltklasse class="s">{f}
world class
Primus class="s">{m} [obs.]
top pupil, top of the class
Tanzkurs class="s">{m}
dancing class
Standesunterschied class="s">{m}
class distinction
Touristenklasse class="s">{f}, Economyklasse class="s">{f}
economy class
Standesbewusstsein class="s">{n} [soc.]
class-consciousness
Spitzensport class="s">{m} [sport]
im Spitzensport
top-class sport
in top-class sport
Kurs class="s">{m}, Kursus class="s">{m}, Lehrveranstaltung class="s">{f} (Bildung)
Kurse class="s">{pl}
course, class
courses
Klassenlehrer class="s">{m}
class teacher
Klassengröße class="s">{f}
class size
Klassengesellschaft class="s">{f}
class society
Isolierklasse class="s">{f}
insulation class
Klassenarbeit class="s">{f}
class test
Klassenkampf class="s">{m}
class conflict
Festigkeitsklasse class="s">{f}
strength class; grade
Klassenbuch class="s">{n}
Klassenbücher class="s">{pl}
class register, register
class registers, registers
Doppelfüßer class="s">{m} (Diplopoda) (zoologische Klasse) [zool.]
millipedes (zoological class)
Größenklasse class="s">{f} von Sternen [astron.]
magnitude class of stars
Sonderklasse class="s">{f}
special class, top grade
Stabsfeldwebel
warrant officer class
erstklassiges Skigebiet
first-class skiing area
Einheitsklasse class="s">{f} (Schiff) [naut.]
one-design class (ship)
Grenadier class="s">{m} [mil.]
Grenadiere class="s">{pl}
private (class 4)
privates
Werkunterricht class="s">{m}; Werken class="s">{n} [school]
woodwork metalwork class
Hochstapelei
high-class robbery
Wertarbeit class="s">{f}
high-class workmanship
Klassenbuch class="s">{n}
Klassenbücher class="s">{pl}
class register; register
class registers; registers
Trilobiten class="s">{pl}; Dreilapper class="s">{pl} (zoologische Klasse) [zool.] [hist.]
trilobites (zoological class)
Bibelkunde class="s">{f} [relig.]
Bible survey (class course)
Bewertungsklasse class="s">{f}
Bewertungsklassen class="s">{pl}
value class; valuation class
value classes; valuation classes
Meisterklasse class="s">{f}
master class; masterclass
Amphibien class="s">{pl}; Lurche class="s">{pl} (Amphibia) (zoologische Klasse) [zool.]
amphibians (zoological class)
Arbeiterviertel class="s">{n}, Arbeiterwohnviertel class="s">{n}
working-class district
Wertarbeit
high class workmanship
Adelsschicht class="s">{f}
nobility; noble class
drankommen {v}
to have one's turn; to be called (in the class); to be able to come to sth. or get sth.
Pixelfehlerklasse class="s">{f} [comp.]
pixel fault class
mittelklassig {adj}
mittelklassig {adj}
middle class
mid-range
Arbeiterkinder
working-class children
Tourist der Mittelschicht
middle-class tourist
Hundertfüßer class="s">{pl} (Chilopoda) (zoologische Klasse) [zool.]
centipedes (zoological class)
gegen erstklassige Bankgarantie
against first class bank guarantee
Baustoffklasse class="s">{f}
building material class
proletenhaft, ordinär {adj} [pej.]
boorish, working-class
arbeiterfeindlich
anti-working-class
Festigkeitsklasse class="s">{f}
strength class, grade
Kopffüßler class="s">{pl} (Cephalopoda) (zoologische Klasse) [zool.]
cephalopods (zoological class)
Klassenkampf class="s">{m}
Klassenkämpfe class="s">{pl}
class struggle
clase struggles
Saugwürmer class="s">{pl}; Trematoden class="s">{pl} (Trematoda) (zoologische Klasse) [zool.]
flukes; trematodes (zoological class)
Seegurken class="s">{pl}; Seewalzen class="s">{pl}; Holothurien class="s">{pl} (Holothurioidea) (zoologische Klasse) [zool.]
sea cucumbers; holothurians (zoological class)
Seescheiden class="s">{pl} (Ascidiae Ascidiacea) (zoologische Klasse) [zool.]
sea squirts; ascidians (zoological class)
Seesterne (Asteroidea) (zoologische Klasse) [zool.]
sea stars; starfish (zoological class)
Strahlenflosser class="s">{pl} (Actinopterygii) (zoologische Klasse) [zool.]
ray-finned fishes (zoological class)
Wandertag class="s">{m} [school]
day's hike (for a class - in German schools)
Sammelklage class="s">{f}; Gemeinschaftsklage class="s">{f} [jur.]
Sammelklagen class="s">{pl}; Gemeinschaftsklagen class="s">{pl}
class action; representative action
class actions; representative actions
Partikelreinheitsklassen class="s">{pl} der Luft
airborne particulate cleanliness class
Reinheitsklasse class="s">{f}
Reinheitsklassen class="s">{pl}
cleanliness class; purity class
cleanliness classes; purity classes
sich zusammentun um jdn. zu drangsalieren mobben [soc.]
Sie wurde von der ganzen Klasse gemobbt weil sie die Lieblingsschülerin des Lehrers war.
to gang up on against sb.
The whole class ganged up on her because she was the teacher's pet.
Arbeiterkinder
children of working-class families
senden
send goods of first-class quality only
Flugsaurier class="s">{pl}; Flugechsen class="s">{pl}; Pterodaktylen class="s">{pl} (Pterosauria) (zoologische Klasse) [zool.] [hist.]
pterosaurs; pterodactyls (zoological class)
Altersklasse class="s">{f}
Altersklassen class="s">{pl}
age group; age class
age groups; age classes
Reinheitsklasse class="s">{f}
Reinheitsklassen class="s">{pl}
cleanliness class, purity class
cleanliness classes, purity classes
senden Sie nur Ware erster Qualität
send goods of first-class quality only
Glasschwämme class="s">{pl} (Hexactinellida) (zoologische Klasse) [zool.]
hexactinellid sponges (zoological class)
an erster Stelle, in erster Linie
in the first place, first and foremost, world-class
Altersklasse class="s">{f}
Altersklassen class="s">{pl}
age group, age class
age groups, age classes
Wandertag class="s">{m}
day's hike (for a class - in German schools)
kleinbürgerlich {adj}
lower middle-class; petty bourgeois
Oberstabsfeldwebel class="s">{m} [mil.]
sergeant major [Am.], warrant officer class I (WO1) [Br.]
Lehrveranstaltung class="s">{f}
Lehrveranstaltungen class="s">{pl}
class, lecture, course
classes, lectures, courses
Amtsberechtigung class="s">{f} [telco.]
class of service (for exchange line restriction)
Fleischflosser class="s">{pl}; Muskelflosser class="s">{pl} (Sarcopterygii) (zoologische Klasse) [zool.]
lobe-finned fish (zoological class)
Stabsfeldwebel class="s">{m} [mil.]
master sergeant [Am.]; warrant officer class 2 (WO2)
kleinbürgerlich {adj}
lower middle-class, petty bourgeois
außer etw.; neben etw. {prp; +Dat.}; abgesehen von etw. (zusätzlich)
außer dir
Was machst du noch gerne außer neben Radfahren?
Außer mir waren nur Sam und Doris aus unserer Klasse da.
apart from sth.; aside from sth. [Am.]; besides sth. [coll.]
apart from you; aside from you
What do you like doing apart from besides cycling?
Besides myself the only people from our class were Sam and Doris.
Schnecken class="s">{pl} (Gastropoda) (zoologische Klasse) [zool.]
snails and slugs; gastropods (zoological class)
Stabsfeldwebel class="s">{m} [mil.]
master sergeant [Am.], warrant officer class 2 (WO2)
Oberstabsfeldwebel class="s">{m} [mil.]
warrant officer class I (WO1) [Br.]; sergeant major [Am.]
Wenn Ihre Produkte von erstklassiger Qualität sind, wären wir bereit, einen Auftrag zu erteilen.
If your products are of first class quality we would be prepared to place an order.
Lehrveranstaltung class="s">{f} [stud.]
Lehrveranstaltungen class="s">{pl}
praxisbegleitende Lehrveranstaltung class="s">{f}
class; lecture; course
classes; lectures; courses
in-service course
Cambridge-Absolvent class="s">{m} mit ausgezeichnetem Mathematikabschluss [stud.]
wrangler [Br.] (Cambridge student placed in the first class of the mathematical tripos)
Wenn Ihre Produkte von erstklassiger Qualität sind wären wir bereit einen Auftrag zu erteilen.
If your products are of first class quality we would be prepared to place an order.
(in die nächsthöhere Schulklasse) versetzt werden [Dt.]; vorrücken [Dt.]; befördert werden [BW] [Schw.]; aufsteigen [Bayr.] [Ös.]; promovieren [Schw.] [school] {vi}
versetzt werdend
versetzt worden
to move up; to be promoted [Am.] (to the next class grade)
moving up
moved up
Qualitätswein class="s">{m}
Qualitätswein bestimmter Anbaugebiete QbA
vintage wine
medium quality class of German wines
'Das Bonus-Geheimnis und andere Geschichten aus der Business Class' (von Suter Werktitel) [lit.]
'The Bonus Mystery and other Stories from the Business Class' (by Suter work title)
je; jeweils {adv} (vor Zahlen)
Schachteln mit je zehn Stück
Sie kosten je zwei Euro.
Sie gab den Kindern je ein Spielzeug.
Die Klasse wurde in drei Gruppen zu je 5 Schülern aufgeteilt.
each (after numbers)
boxes of ten
They cost two euros each.
She gave each of the children a toy.
The class was split into three groups of 5 students each.
Edelprostituierte class="s">{f}
Edelprostituierten class="s">{pl}
high-class prostitute; high-end prostitute
high-class prostitutes; high-end prostitutes
Kompaniefeldwebel class="s">{m}; Staffelfeldwebel class="s">{m}; Batteriefeldwebel class="s">{m}; Inspektionsfeldwebel class="s">{m}; Hauptfeldwebel class="s">{m}; Spieß class="s">{m} [ugs.] [mil.]
warrant officer class I [Br.]; first sergeant [Am.]; Company Sergeant Major CSM ; first shirt [coll.] [Am.]
Kompaniefeldwebel class="s">{m}, Hauptfeldwebel class="s">{m}, Spieß class="s">{m} [mil.]
first sergeant [Am.], warrant officer class I [Br.], Company Sergeant Major (CSM)
Sonderklasse class="s">{f}
Sonderklassen class="s">{pl}
special class; top grade
special classes; top grades
Komiker class="s">{m}; Clown class="s">{m}; Hanswurst class="s">{m}; Kasper class="s">{m} [Dt.]; Kasperle class="s">{n} [Dt.]; Kasperl class="s">{n} [Bayr.] [Ös.]; Kasperli class="s">{m} [Schw.]; Faxenmacher class="s">{m} [geh.]; Possenreißer (veraltend) (Person die sich lustig benimmt)
der Klassenkomiker Klassenclown Klassenkasper sein
clown (person who behaves in a funny way)
to be the class clown
Unterrichtsstunde class="s">{f}
Unterrichtsstunde zum selbständigen Arbeiten
class hour, period, lesson
study period
Nobelrestaurant class="s">{n}
Nobelrestaurants class="s">{pl}
top-class restaurant; posh restaurant [Br.]; classy restaurant [Am.]; plush restaurant
top-class restaurants; posh restaurants; classy restaurants; plush restaurants
einordnen, einstufen, klassifizieren, rubrizieren {vt}
einordnend, einstufend, klassifizierend, rubrizierend
eingeordnet, eingestuft, klassifiziert, rubriziert
ordnet ein, stuft ein, klassifiziert, rubriziert
ordnete ein, stufte ein, klassifizierte, rubrizierte
to class
classing
classed
classes
classed
Förderstunde class="s">{f} (Unterrichtseinheit)
Förderstunden class="s">{pl}
(extra) remedial class
remedial classes
Standortbetriebsklasse class="s">{f} (Forstwirtschaft) [agr.]
Standortbetriebsklassen class="s">{pl}
site class (forestry)
site classes
einordnen; einstufen; klassifizieren; rubrizieren {vt}
einordnend; einstufend; klassifizierend; rubrizierend
eingeordnet; eingestuft; klassifiziert; rubriziert
ordnet ein; stuft ein; klassifiziert; rubriziert
ordnete ein; stufte ein; klassifizierte; rubrizierte
to class
classing
classed
classes
classed
frontseitig; an der Vorderseite; vorne {adv}
ein Garten an der Vorderseite des Hauses; ein Garten vor dem Haus
Der Lehrer steht vor der Klasse.
at the front
a garden at the front of the house
The teacher stands at the front of the class.
Ausnahmeerscheinung class="s">{f}; einzigartige Person Sache
ein Sicherheitskonzept dass in seiner Klasse einzigartig ist
Sie ist eine Ausnahmeerscheinung in der Dichtkunst.
nonpareil [poet.]
a safety concept which is a nonpareil in its class
She is a nonpareil in poetry.
etw. wieder in Besitz nehmen (bei Kreditgeschäften Diebstählen) {vt}
wieder in Besitz nehmend
wieder in Besitz genommen
nimmt wieder in Besitz
nahm wieder in Besitz
Für die politische Klasse ist es Zeit sich des Themas Arbeitslosigkeit wieder anzunehmen.
to repossess sth. (in credit transactions thefts)
repossessing
repossessed
repossesses
repossessed
The time has come for the political class to repossess unemployment.
Unterklasse class="s">{f}
Unterklassen class="s">{pl}
lower class
lower classes
Abendkurs class="s">{m}
Abendkurse class="s">{pl}
evening class
evening classes
Bevölkerungsschicht class="s">{f}
population stratum, class of population
Benutzerklasse class="s">{f}
Benutzerklassen class="s">{pl}
user class
user classes
Abfallklasse class="s">{f}
Abfallklassen class="s">{pl}
class of waste
classes of waste
Gefahrenklasse class="s">{f}
Gefahrenklassen class="s">{pl}
danger class
danger classes
Integrationsklasse class="s">{f}
Integrationsklassen class="s">{pl}
integration class
integration classes
Hubklasse class="s">{f}
Hubklassen class="s">{pl}
hoisting class
hoisting classes
Wortklasse class="s">{f}
Wortklassen class="s">{pl}
word class
word classes
Wirkstoffklasse class="s">{f} [adm.]
Wirkstoffklassen class="s">{pl}
systemic class
systemic classes
Mittelstand class="s">{m}
middle class, middle classes
Oberfeldwebel class="s">{m} [mil.]
sergeant first class, platoon sergeant [Am.]
Warenklasse class="s">{f}
Warenklassen class="s">{pl}
class of goods
classes of goods
Volksschicht class="s">{f}
Volksschichten class="s">{pl}
social class
social classes
Wahlunterricht class="s">{m} [school]
optional lessons: optional class
Fehlerklasse class="s">{f}
Fehlerklassen class="s">{pl}
defect class
defect classes
Gewichtsklasse class="s">{f}
Gewichtsklassen class="s">{pl}
weight class
weight classes
Schutzart class="s">{f}
safety provision, safety class
Unterschicht class="s">{f}
Unterschichten class="s">{pl}
lower class
lower classes
Schutzart class="s">{f}
safety provision; safety class
Bewegungskategorie class="s">{f}
Bewegungskategorien class="s">{pl}
class of movement
classes of movement
Oberschicht class="s">{f} [soc.]
upper class; upper classes
Förderklasse class="s">{f}
Förderklassen class="s">{pl}
remedial class
remedial classes
Oberfeldwebel class="s">{m} [mil.]
sergeant first class; platoon sergeant [Am.]
Äquivalenzklasse class="s">{f} [math.]
Äquivalenzklassen class="s">{pl}
equivalence class
equivalence classes
Englischkurs class="s">{m}
Englischkurse class="s">{pl}
English class
English classes
Emittentenklasse class="s">{f}
Emittentenklassen class="s">{pl}
issuing class
issuing classes
Bevölkerungsschicht class="s">{f}
population stratum; class of population
Isolierklasse class="s">{f}
Isolierklassen class="s">{pl}
insulation class
insulation classes
Isolationsklasse class="s">{f}
Isolationsklassen class="s">{pl}
insulation class
insulation classes
Jungenklasse class="s">{f}
Jungenklassen class="s">{pl}
boys' class
boys' classes
Unterricht class="s">{m} [school]
Unterricht geben; Unterricht erteilen
den Unterricht auflockern
lessons; classes
to give lessons; to hold classes
to break up class routine
wie ein Penner Sandler [Ös.] Clochard [Schw.] leben {vi}
Es gibt viele Möglichkeiten auf einer Reise Geld zu sparen ohne wie ein Penner zu leben.
Es macht Ihr nichts (aus) in billigen Absteigen primitiv zu wohnen.
Mehrere Geschäftsleute mussten sich mit der primitiven Economy-Klasse abfinden.
to slum (it); to be slumming
There a plenty of ways you can cut costs on a trip without slumming.
She has no problem slumming (it) in cheap hotels.
Several businessmen had to slum it in economy class.
auf etw. (Besseres) umsteigen {vi}
umsteigend
umgesteigt
Wir konnten auf erste Klasse umsteigen.
Vielleicht willst du ja auf eine Heimkinoanlage umsteigen.
Wir haben einen Kleinwagen reserviert mit der Möglichkeit auf einen Mittelklassewagen umzusteigen.
to upgrade to sth.
upgrading
upgraded
We were able to upgrade to first class.
You might want to upgrade to a home cinema system.
We reserved a compact car with the option of upgrading to a midsize car.
Unteroffizier class="s">{m} [mil.] (Dienstgrad)
Unteroffiziere class="s">{pl}
Unteroffizier class="s">{m} (Luftwaffe)
Unteroffizier vom Dienst (UvD)
sergeant
sergeants
corporal [Br.], airman first class [Am.]
sergeant on duty, duty NCO
Methode class="s">{f}; Verfahren class="s">{n}; Technik class="s">{f}
Methoden class="s">{pl}; Verfahren class="s">{pl}; Techniken class="s">{pl}
Atemtechnik class="s">{f} [med.]
beste verfügbare Technik
ein altmodisches Verfahren
die Technik eines Weltklassespielers [sport]
an seiner Technik arbeiten
technique
techniques
breathing technique
best available technique BAT
an old-fashioned technique
the technique of a world class player
to work on one's technique
Einführungsveranstaltung class="s">{f}
Einführungsveranstaltungen class="s">{pl}
introductory class; introductory event
introductory classes; introductory events
Sportkurs class="s">{m} [sport]
Sportkurse class="s">{pl}
sports course; exercise class
sports courses; exercise classes
Anforderungsstufe class="s">{f}
Anforderungsstufen class="s">{pl}
performance level; performance class
performance levels; performance classes
Tragfähigkeitsklasse class="s">{f}
load capacity index; load-bearing capacity class
Anforderungsstufe class="s">{f}
Anforderungsstufen class="s">{pl}
performance level, performance class
performance levels, performance classes
Qualität class="s">{f}, Güte class="s">{f}, Eigenschaft class="s">{f}, Beschaffenheit class="s">{f}
Qualitäten class="s">{pl}, Eigenschaften class="s">{pl}
annehmbare Qualität class="s">{f}
erstklassige Qualität class="s">{f}
handelsübliche Qualität class="s">{f}
hervorragende Qualität class="s">{f}
schlechte Qualität class="s">{f}
quality
qualities
acceptable quality
first-class quality
commercial quality
outstanding quality
poor quality
Qualität class="s">{f}; Güte class="s">{f}; Eigenschaft class="s">{f}; Beschaffenheit class="s">{f}
Qualitäten class="s">{pl}; Eigenschaften class="s">{pl}
annehmbare Qualität class="s">{f}
durchschnittliche Qualität
erstklassige Qualität class="s">{f}
erste Qualität
erste Wahl class="s">{f}
zweite Wahl class="s">{f}
handelsübliche Qualität class="s">{f}
hervorragende Qualität class="s">{f}
schlechte Qualität class="s">{f}; geringe Qualität class="s">{f}
quality
qualities
acceptable quality
fair quality
first-class quality
choice quality
best quality
second-rate quality
commercial quality
outstanding quality
poor quality
Deutschkurs class="s">{m}
German course; German class
müßig {adj}
die feinen Leute; die gehobene Gesellschaft
leisured
the leisured class(es)
(handwerkliche) Ausführung class="s">{f}; Verarbeitung class="s">{f}; Arbeit class="s">{f} (Ergebnis)
erstklassige Verarbeitung
workmanship
first-class workmanship
Verarbeitung class="s">{f}
... in ertklassiger Verarbeitung
finish
... with a first-class finish
herrschend; beherrschend; vorherrschend {adj}
die herrschende Klasse
ruling
the ruling class
Schwimmkurs class="s">{m}
swimming course, swimming class
herrschend, beherrschend, vorherrschend {adj}
die herrschende Klasse
ruling
the ruling class
Preislage class="s">{f}; Preisklasse class="s">{f}; Preiskategorie class="s">{f}
in der unteren Preislage
gehobenen Preisklasse
price range; price class; price category
in the low-priced range
upmarket
Preislage class="s">{f}, Preisklasse class="s">{f}, Preiskategorie class="s">{f}
in der unteren Preislage
gehobenen Preisklasse
price range, price class, price category
in the low-priced range
upmarket
Fahrt class="s">{f}; Reise class="s">{f} (Fortbewegungsart) [transp.]
Fahrten class="s">{pl}; Reisen class="s">{pl}
Fahrt in der ersten zweiten Klasse (Bahn)
auf Reisen sein; verreist sein
Uns verbindet die Begeisterung fürs Reisen.
Diese Stelle ist mit Auslandsreisen verbunden.
Flugreisen sind sehr billig geworden.
Der Ausweis berechtigt zu beliebig vielen Fahrten mit öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln.
Auf seinen Reisen in Fernost lernte er viele Leute kennen.
travel
travels
travel in the first second class (railway)
to be away on travel
We share a love of travel.
The post involves foreign travel travel abroad.
Air travel has become very cheap.
The pass allows unlimited travel on public transport.
He met a lot of people on his travels in around the Far East.
Orden class="s">{m}
Orden class="s">{pl}
Orden erster Klasse
jdm. einen Orden für etw. verleihen
einen Orden bekommen
Orden tragen
Orden mit Kriegsdekoration
medal; decoration
medals; decorations
first class order
to decorate sb. for sth.
to be decorated; to receive a decoration
to wear one's decorations
Order with War Decoration
abstrakt {adj}
abstrakter Begriff class="s">{m}
abstrakte Klasse class="s">{f}
abstrakte Methode class="s">{f}
abstrakte Zahl class="s">{f}
abstract
abstract term
abstract class
abstract method
abstract number
Schadensfolgeklasse class="s">{f} [constr.]
Schadensfolgeklassen class="s">{pl}
failure consequence class
failure consequence classes
Schwimmkurs class="s">{m}
Schwimmkurse class="s">{pl}
swimming course; swimming class
swimming courses; swimming classes
Grundkurs class="s">{m}
Grundkurse class="s">{pl}
basic class; basic course
basic classes; basic courses
Abendkurs class="s">{m}
Abendkurse class="s">{pl}
evening class; evening course
evening classes; evening courses
Datendurchsatzklasse class="s">{f}
Datendurchsatzklassen class="s">{pl}
data throughput class
data throughput classes
Malkurs class="s">{m}
Malkurse class="s">{pl}
painting class, painting course
painting classes, painting courses
Wertarbeit class="s">{f}
high-class workmanship; high-quality workmanship
Grundkurs class="s">{m}
Grundkurse class="s">{pl}
basic class, basic course
basic classes, basic courses
Malkurs class="s">{m}
Malkurse class="s">{pl}
painting class; painting course
painting classes; painting courses
im vorderen Bereich; vorne; vorn {adv}
vorne im Auto
Er sitzt in der Klasse immer vorne.
in the front
in the front of the car
He always sits in the front of the class.
Unterschicht class="s">{f} [soc.]
Unterschichten class="s">{pl}
lower class; lower classes; underclass
lower classes; underclasses
etw. in etw. teilen; aufteilen {vt}
teilend; aufteilend
geteilt; aufgeteilt
Informationsbeschaffung im geteilten Deutschland
Sie teilte den Kuchen in die Hälfte in sechs Teile.
Der Fluss teilt die Stadt.
Der Äquator teilt die Erde in zwei Hemisphären.
Mein Vater teilte das restliche Bargeld auf.
Das Geld wird gleichmäßig auf die Erben aufgeteilt.
Der Lehrer teilte die Klasse in vier Gruppen auf.
Teile und herrsche!
to divide sth.; to divide sth. up into sth.
dividing; dividing up
divided; divided up
intelligence in divided Germany
She divided the pie in half into six pieces.
The river divides the town.
The equator divides the Earth into two hemispheres.
My father divided up the rest of the cash.
The money will be divided equally between among the heirs.
The teacher divided the class (up) into four groups.
Divide and conquer!; Divide and rule!
reisen; fahren {vi}
reisend; fahren
gereist; gefahren
er sie reist
ich er sie reiste
er sie ist war gereist
mit dem Flugzeug reisen
viel gereist sein
durch ganz Deutschland reisen
in den USA umherreisen
auf Reisen sein
erster zweiter Klasse reisen (Bahn)
Bist du schon mal ins Ausland gereist?
Wenn ich nach Cardiff muss fahre ich lieber die längere Strecke.
to travel
traveling; travelling
traveled; travelled
he she travels
I he she travelled
he she has had travelled
to travel by air
to have travelled a lot
to travel all over Germany; to travel throughout Germany
to travel around the US
to be traveling
to travel first second class (railway)
Have you ever travelled outside your home country?
If I have to go to Cardiff I prefer to travel on the longer route.
etw. schwänzen; spritzen [Ös.] {vt} (Schulstunde Vorlesung etc.) [school] [stud.]
schwänzend; spritzend
geschwänzt; gespritzt
Schule schwänzen; Schule stageln [Wien]
to truant from sth. [Br.]; to play truant from sth. [Br.]; to bunk off <> sth. [Br.]; to skive sth. [Br.]; to skip sth. [Am.] (class lecture etc.)
truanting; playing truant; bunking off; skiving; skipping
truanted; played truant; bunked off; skived; skipped
to skive off school [Br.]; to bunk off school [Br.]; to skip school classes [Am.]; to cut school classes [Am.]; to wagg skip classes school [Austr.]; to play hookey hooky from school [Am.] (old-fashioned)
Witzfigur class="s">{f}; Zielscheibe class="s">{f} des Spotts; Gespött class="s">{n} [soc.]
zur Witzfigur werden
sich lächerlich machen
Die Klasse machte sich über ihn lustig.
Sie hat sich zum Gespött der ganzen Stadt gemacht.
Mit dem Programm hat sich das Land in der ganzen Welt lächerlich gemacht.
laughing stock [Br.]; laughingstock [Am.]
to become a laughing stock
to make yourself a laughing stock; to make a laughing stock of yourself
He was the laughing stock of his class.
She has made herself a laughing stock of the whole town.
The programme has made the country an international laughing stock.
hochwertig {adj}
hochwertiger
am hochwertigsten
high-grade; high-class
more high-grade
most high-grade

Deutsche Synonyme für erstklassig {adj}; Spitzen...; Oberklassen... / ein hochkarätig besetzter Film / ein Spitzenathlet / ein erstklassiges Restaurant

erstklassig  herausragend  hervorragend  
spitzen  
restaurant  
China-Restaurant-Syndrom  (umgangssprachlich)  Glutamatunverträglichkeit  
film  
Chefbeleuchter  Gaffer  (Film)  
Diafilm  Film  Fotofilm  
Belag  Film  Schicht  Vergütung  
Gasthaus  Gasthof  Gaststätte  Gastwirtschaft  Lokal  Restaurant  Speisegaststätte  Wirtschaft  Wirtshaus  
Film  Lichtspiel  Sendung  Streifen  (umgangssprachlich)  
aufhorchen  aufmerken  aufmerksam  werden  die  Ohren  spitzen  (umgangssprachlich)  Obacht  geben  (umgangssprachlich)  
erstklassig  herausragend  hervorragend  

Englische Synonyme für top-class; first-class; first class

class  account  adherents  advantageousness  agreeableness  allot  alphabetize  analyze  animal kingdom  antonomasia  appraise  appreciate  arrange  ashram  assembly  assess  assign  assort  auspiciousness  bearing  beneficialness  benevolence  benignity  binomial nomenclature  biosystematics  biosystematy  biotype  birth  blood  body  bracket  branch  brand  break down  breed  breeding  brethren  brood  caliber  call  caste  catalog  categorize  category  church  churchgoers  clan  classification  classify  codify  cogency  colony  color  commonwealth  commune  communion  community  condition  confession  congregation  consider  deme  denomination  descent  description  desert  digest  discernment  disciples  distinction  divide  division  domain  echelon  economic class  elegance  endogamous group  estate  estimate  evaluate  excellence  expedience  extended family  extraction  factor  fairness  faith  family  favorableness  feather  figure  file  fineness  first-rateness  flock  fold  folk  followers  footing  form  form an estimate  gauge  genotype  genre  gens  genus  give an appreciation  glossology  goodliness  goodness  grace  grade  grain  group  grouping  guess  head  heading  healthiness  helpfulness  hierarchy  hold  house  identify  ilk  importance  index  ism  judge  kidney  kin  kind  kindness  kingdom  kinship group  label  laity  laymen  league  level  line  lineage  list  make an estimation  mark  matriclan  measure  merit  minyan  moiety  nation  nature  niceness  nomenclature  nonclerics  nonordained persons  nuclear family  onomastics  onomatology  order  orismology  parish  parishioners  part  patriclan  pedigree  people  persuasion  phratria  phratry  phyle  phylum  pigeonhole  place  place-names  place-naming  plant kingdom  pleasantness  polyonymy  position  power structure  precedence  predicament  presence  prestige  prize  profitableness  quality  race  range  rank  rate  rating  realm  reckon  refinement  regard  rewardingness  rubric  s  
classic  French literature  Renaissance literature  ageless  ancient literature  archetypal  archetype  art object  belles lettres  best seller  book  bound book  brainchild  bric-a-brac  capital  champion  classical  classical music  classics  coloring book  composition  concert music  concertino  concerto  concerto grosso  contemporary literature  creation  deathless  definitive  definitive work  design  enduring  epitome  erotic literature  erotica  excellent  exemplar  exemplary  famous  fine  first-rate  folio  folk literature  great work  grotesque  hardback  humane letters  ideal  immortal  juvenile  juvenile book  kitsch  leading  legendary  letters  limp-cover book  literature  longhair music  magnum opus  master  masterpiece  masterwork  medieval literature  mirror  mobile  model  museum piece  national literature  nonbook  notable  notebook  noteworthy  novel  nude  obscene literature  old master  opus  opuscule  opusculum  outstanding  paperback  paradigm  paradigmatic  paragon  pasticcio  pastiche  pattern of perfection  picture book  piece  piece of virtu  playbook  pocket book  polite literature  pop literature  popular literature  pornographic literature  pornography  prayer book  prime  production  prototypal  prototype  prototypical  psalmbook  psalter  pseudonymous literature  publication  quintessence  quintessential  representative  republic of letters  rhapsody  scatological literature  semiclassical music  serial  serious literature  sinfonietta  sketchbook  soft-cover  songbook  stabile  standard  standard work  statue  still life  storybook  study  superior  symphonia  symphonic music  symphonic ode  symphony  time-honored  timeless  title  tome  tone poem  top  top-notch  tour de force  trade book  travel literature  underground literature  undying  venerable  very model  virtu  volume  wisdom literature  work  work of art  writing  
classical  Attic  Ciceronian  Gothic  Greek  Latin  Roman  Victorian  absolute  aesthetic  antediluvian  antiquated  antique  archaic  archetypical  arrant  artistic  authoritative  belletristic  capital  champion  chaste  choice  classic  clear  common  commonplace  complete  consummate  crass  decided  definitive  developed  direct  downright  easy  egregious  elegant  established  everyday  excellent  exemplary  expert  famous  fine  finished  flagrant  fossil  fossilized  fully developed  garden  garden-variety  glaring  graceful  gracile  gross  grown old  homely  homespun  household  ideal  in good taste  influential  intolerable  limpid  literary  lucid  masterful  masterly  matter-of-fact  mature  matured  medieval  mid-Victorian  model  natural  neat  nondescript  of choice  of other times  of quality  old-world  ordinary  out-and-out  outright  paradigmatic  pellucid  perfect  perfected  perspicuous  petrified  plain  pleasing  polished  positive  precedential  precious  prime  proficient  profound  pronounced  proper  prosaic  prosy  prototypal  pure  pure and simple  quiet  quintessential  rank  refined  regular  representative  restrained  ripe  ripened  round  serious  shattering  shocking  simple  standard  stark  stark-staring  straightforward  subdued  superannuated  superior  superlative  surpassing  tasteful  terse  the veriest  thorough  thoroughgoing  top  top-notch  total  traditional  trim  typical  unaffected  unbearable  unconscionable  undeniable  understated  unequivocal  unlabored  unmitigated  unobtrusive  unqualified  unrelieved  unspoiled  utter  weighty  well-chosen  workaday  workday  
classicist  Jonathan Oldbuck  Miniver Cheevy  Pre-Raphaelite  academician  antiquarian  antiquary  antique collector  antique dealer  antique-car collector  archaeologist  archaist  bookman  clerk  colossus of knowledge  dryasdust  genius  giant of learning  humanist  laudator temporis acti  learned clerk  learned man  literary man  litterateur  lover of learning  man of learning  man of letters  mastermind  medievalist  mine of information  philologist  philologue  philomath  philosophe  philosopher  plain stylist  polyhistor  polymath  pundit  purist  savant  scholar  scholastic  schoolman  student  walking encyclopedia  
classification  antonomasia  appraisal  assessment  binomial nomenclature  biosystematics  biosystematy  categorization  class  evaluation  factoring  family  gauging  genus  glossology  grouping  identification  kingdom  nomenclature  onomastics  onomatology  order  orismology  phylum  place-names  place-naming  polyonymy  sifting  sifting out  sorting  sorting out  species  systematics  taxonomy  terminology  toponymy  trinomialism  weighing  winnowing  
classified  aligned  arcane  arranged  arrayed  assorted  cabalistic  cataloged  categorized  censored  close  closed  composed  concealed  constituted  cryptic  dark  disposed  enigmatic  esoteric  filed  fixed  graded  grouped  harmonized  hermetic  hidden  hierarchic  hush-hush  indexed  latent  marshaled  methodized  mysterious  normalized  occult  on file  ordered  orderly  organized  pigeonholed  placed  pyramidal  ranged  ranked  rated  regularized  regulated  restricted  routinized  secret  smothered  sorted  standardized  stifled  stratified  suppressed  synchronized  systematized  tabular  top secret  ulterior  unbreatheable  under security  under wraps  undisclosable  undisclosed  undivulgable  undivulged  unrevealable  unrevealed  unspoken  untellable  untold  unutterable  unuttered  unwhisperable  
classify  alphabetize  analyze  appraise  arrange  assess  assort  bolt  bosom  break down  catalog  categorize  class  codify  collate  conceal  digest  divide  evaluate  factor  file  file and forget  gauge  gradate  grade  group  hold out on  identify  in petto  index  keep  keep back  keep between us  keep buttoned up  keep close  keep dark  keep from  keep in ignorance  keep mum  keep secret  keep snug  keep under wraps  list  make no sign  never let on  not give away  not tell  order  pigeonhole  place  play dumb  range  rank  rate  riddle  screen  secrete  separate  sieve  sift  size  sort  sort out  subdivide  subordinate  tabulate  thrash out  type  veil  weigh  winnow  withhold  
classmate  ace  amigo  associate  bedfellow  bedmate  birthmate  bosom buddy  buddy  bunkie  bunkmate  butty  camarade  chamberfellow  chum  clubmate  colleague  comate  companion  company  compeer  comrade  confrere  consociate  consort  copartner  copemate  copesmate  couchmate  cradlemate  crony  cupmate  fellow  fellow student  general partner  girl friend  gossip  grade schooler  high schooler  infant  intermediate schooler  jailmate  kindergartner  mate  messmate  nursery school child  old crony  pal  pard  pardner  partner  pewmate  playfellow  playmate  prep schooler  preschool child  preschooler  primary schooler  roommate  school child  school kid  school lad  schoolboy  schoolfellow  schoolgirl  schoolmate  secondary schooler  secret partner  shelfmate  shipmate  shopmate  side partner  sidekick  sidekicker  silent partner  sleeping partner  special partner  tablemate  teammate  tentmate  watchmate  waymate  workfellow  yokefellow  yokemate  
classy  ambitious  braw  chic  clothes-conscious  cosmopolitan  dapper  dashing  dressed to advantage  dressed to kill  elegant  exquisite  fancy  fashionable  flossy  genteel  high-flown  high-flying  high-toned  highfalutin  highfaluting  in  jaunty  lofty  modish  natty  neat  nifty  nobby  ostentatious  posh  pretentious  recherche  ritzy  sharp  sleek  smart  smug  snazzy  soigne  soignee  sophisticated  spiffy  spruce  style-conscious  swank  swanky  swell  swish  tony  tricksy  trig  trim  vaunting  well-dressed  well-groomed  

Lexikoneinträge für class

Class (n.) A group of individuals ranked together as possessing common characteristics
Class (n.) A number of students in a school or college, of the same standing, or pursuing the same studies.
Class (n.) A comprehensive division of animate or inanimate objects, grouped together on account of their common characteristics, in any classification in natural science, and subdivided into orders, families, tribes, genera, etc.
Class (n.) A set
Class (n.) One of the sections into which a church or congregation is divided, and which is under the supervision of a class leader.
Class (n.) To arrange in classes
Class (n.) To divide into classes, as students
Class (v. i.) To grouped or classed.
First-class (a.) Of the best class
Second-class (a.) Of the rank or degree below the best highest

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

course course of study
course of instruction
class
education imparted in a series of lessons or meetings, he took a course in basket weaving, flirting is not unknown in college classes
art class a class in which you learn to draw or paint
childbirth-preparation class a course that teaches pregnant women to use breathing and concentration and exercise techniques to use during labor
life class an art class using a live human model
shop class
shop
a course of instruction in a trade (as carpentry or electricity), I built a birdhouse in shop
class struggle
class war
class warfare
conflict between social or economic classes (especially between the capitalist and proletariat classes)
class action
class-action suit
a lawsuit brought by a representative member of a large group of people on behalf of all members of the group
course session
class period
recitation
a regularly scheduled session as part of a course of study
Schizomycetes
class Schizomycetes
a former classification
class Cyanobacteria
Cyanophyceae
class Cyanophyceae
photosynthetic bacteria found in fresh and salt water, having chlorophyll a and phycobilins, once thought to be algae: blue-green algae
Sarcodina
class Sarcodina
characterized by the formation of pseudopods for locomotion and taking food: Actinopoda, Rhizopoda
Ciliata
class Ciliata
Ciliophora
class Ciliophora
class of protozoa having cilia or hairlike appendages on part or all of the surface during some part of the life cycle
Chrysophyceae
class Chrysophyceae
Heterokontae
class Heterokontae
all the yellow-green algae having flagella of unequal length
Xanthophyceae
class Xanthophyceae
yellow-green algae
Bacillariophyceae
class Bacillariophyceae
Diatomophyceae
class Diatomophyceae
marine and freshwater eukaryotic algae: diatoms
Phaeophyceae
class Phaeophyceae
brown algae, mostly marine and littoral eukaryotic algae
Cyclosporeae
class Cyclosporeae
in more recent classifications superseded by the order Fucales
Euglenophyceae
class Euglenophyceae
coextensive with the division Euglenophyta
Chlorophyceae
class Chlorophyceae
algae distinguished chiefly by having flagella and a clear green color, their chlorophyll being masked little if at all by other pigments
Ulvophyceae
class Ulvophyceae
alternative name for the class Chlorophyceae in some classifications
Charophyceae
class Charophyceae
in some classifications: contains only the order Charales
Rhodophyceae
class Rhodophyceae
coextensive with the Rhodophyta: red algae
Mastigophora
class Mastigophora
Flagellata
class Flagellata
protozoa having flagella
Cryptophyceae
class Cryptophyceae
motile usually brownish-green protozoa-like algae
Sporozoa
class Sporozoa
strictly parasitic protozoans that are usually immobile, includes plasmodia and coccidia and piroplasms and malaria parasites
Ascidiaceae
class Ascidiaceae
sometimes classified as an order: sea squirts
Thaliacea
class Thaliacea
small class of free-swimming tunicates, sometimes classified as an order
Larvacea
class Larvacea
small free-swimming tunicates, sometimes classified as an order
Placodermi
class Placodermi
extinct group of bony-plated fishes with primitive jaws
Chondrichthyes
class Chondrichthyes
cartilaginous fishes
Aves
class Aves
(ornithology) the class of birds
amphibia
class Amphibia
the class of vertebrates that live on land but breed in water, frogs, toads, newts, salamanders, caecilians
Reptilia
class Reptilia
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
Arachnida
class Arachnida
a large class of arthropods including spiders and ticks and scorpions and daddy longlegs, have four pairs of walking legs and no wings
Pauropoda
class Pauropoda
an obscure class of minute arthropods with branched antennae and topairs of legs
Symphyla
class Symphyla
small class of minute arthropods, unimportant except for the garden centipede
Tardigrada
class Tardigrada
in some classifications considered a separate phylum: microscopic arachnid-like invertebrates living in water or damp moss having pairs of legs and instead of a mouth a pair of stylets or needlelike piercing organs connected with the pharynx
Chilopoda
class Chilopoda
arthropods having the trunk composed of numerous somites each bearing one pair of legs: centipedes
Diplopoda
class Diplopoda
Myriapoda
class Myriapoda
arthropods having the body composed of numerous double somites each with two pairs of legs: millipedes
Merostomata
class Merostomata
used in some classifications, includes the orders Xiphosura and Eurypterida
Mammalia
class Mammalia
warm-blooded vertebrates characterized by mammary glands in the female
Hyalospongiae
class Hyalospongiae
sponges with siliceous spicules that have six rays, choanocytes are restricted to finger-shaped chambers
Scyphozoa
class Scyphozoa
coelenterates in which the polyp stage is absent or at least inconspicuous: jellyfishes
Hydrozoa
class Hydrozoa
coelenterates typically having alternation of generations, hydroid phase is usually colonial giving rise to the medusoid phase by budding: hydras and jellyfishes
Anthozoa
class Anthozoa
Actinozoa
class Actinozoa
a large class of sedentary marine coelenterates that includes sea anemones and corals, the medusoid phase is entirely suppressed
Nuda
class Nuda
ctenophores lacking tentacles, comprises one genus: beroe
Tentaculata
class Tentaculata
ctenophores have retractile tentacles
Turbellaria
class Turbellaria
free-living flatworms
Trematoda
class Trematoda
parasitic flatworms (including flukes)
Cestoda
class Cestoda
tapeworms
Aphasmidia
class Aphasmidia
one of two subgroups of Nematoda used in some classification systems
Phasmidia
class Phasmidia
one of two subgroups of Nematoda used in some classification systems
Archiannelida
class Archiannelida
a class of Annelida
Oligochaeta
class Oligochaeta
earthworms
Polychaeta
class Polychaeta
marine annelid worms
Hirudinea
class Hirudinea
hermaphroditic aquatic or terrestrial or parasitic annelids
Scaphopoda
class Scaphopoda
small class of bilaterally symmetrical marine forms comprising the tooth shells
Gastropoda
class Gastropoda
Gasteropoda
class Gasteropoda
snails and slugs and their relatives
Polyplacophora
class Polyplacophora
small class of marine mollusks comprising the chitons, sometimes considered an order of the subclass Amphineura
Bivalvia
class Bivalvia
Lamellibranchia
class Lamellibranchia
class Pelecypoda
oysters, clams, scallops, mussels
Cephalopoda
class Cephalopoda
octopuses, squids, cuttlefish, pearly nautilus
Crustacea
class Crustacea
class of mandibulate arthropods including: lobsters, crabs, shrimps, woodlice, barnacles, decapods, water fleas
Onychophora
class Onychophora
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
Insecta
class Insecta
Hexapoda
class Hexapoda
insects, about five-sixths of all known animal species
Asteroidea
class Asteroidea
sea stars
Ophiuroidea
class Ophiuroidea
brittle stars and basket stars
Echinoidea
class Echinoidea
sea urchins and sand dollars
Crinoidea
class Crinoidea
sea lilies
Holothuroidea
class Holothuroidea
class of echinoderms including the sea cucumbers
Channidae
class Channidae
snakeheads
Osteichthyes
class Osteichthyes
a class of fish having a skeleton composed of bone in addition to cartilage
cabin class
second class
economy class
a class of accommodations on a ship or train or plane that are less expensive than first class accommodations
first class the most expensive accommodations on a ship or train or plane
tourist class
third class
inexpensive accommodations on a ship or train
first class the highest rank in a classification
second class not the highest quality in a classification
class elegance in dress or behavior, she has a lot of class
first class
st class
firstlass mail
stlass mail
mail that includes letters and postcards and packages sealed against inspection
thirdlass mail
third class
mail consisting of printed matter qualifying for reduced postal rates
substitution class
paradigm
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)
part of speech
form class
word class
one of the traditional categories of words intended to reflect their functions in a grammatical context
major form class any of the major parts of speech of traditional grammar
class list
honours list
a list issued by examiners that categorizes students according to the class of honours they achieved in their degree examinations
class feeling feelings of envy and resentment of one social or economic class for toward another
class stratum
social class
socio-economic class
people having the same social, economic, or educational status, the working class, an emerging professional class
age class people in the same age range
class
category
family
a collection of things sharing a common attribute, there are two classes of detergents
class (biology) a taxonomic group containing one or more orders
labor
labour
working class
proletariat
a social class comprising those who do manual labor or work for wages, there is a shortage of skilled labor in this field
lower class
underclass
the social class lowest in the social hierarchy
middle class
bourgeoisie
the social class between the lower and upper classes
class form
grade
course
a body of students who are taught together, early morning classes are always sleepy
class year a body of students who graduate together, the class of ', she was in my year at Hoehandle High
graduating class the body of students who graduate together this year
master class a class (especially in music) given to talented students by an expert
senior class final grade or class in high school or college
junior class penultimate class in high school or college
sophomore class the second class in a four-year college or high school
freshman class the first class in college or high school
class division a league ranked by quality, he played baseball in class D for two years, Princeton is in the NCAA Division -AA

 

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