classnoun

  • jaクラス、学級
  • ena group of students who are taught together; an occasion when these students meet with their teacher for instruction

Examples

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Alright, people. Now everyone grab a partner.
2.
Oh, alright.
3.
And my dead mother said you are it.
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I'm with Rachel.
5.
Great. It's gym class all over again.
6.
- Oh. - Oh.
7.
Well, that's alright, you can come up to the front and dance with me.
8.
Why don't I just take off my clothes and have a nightmare?
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1.
Well, well, well.
2.
Either you’re our dates or you’re just lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time.
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Hi, Logan.
4.
This is Stacy.
5.
She’s in my Spanish class.
6.
I’m Tracy and I’m in your history class.
7.
Right, whatever.
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1.
It's time to begin an exercise called Backwards Acting.
2.
- Now you see— - Sikowitz!
3.
Cat, you're very late.
4.
Class is almost over.
5.
This is more important than class.
6.
More important than teaching young people backwards acting?
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1.
He asked me to ditch class one day with him and his buddies,
2.
steal a school van, and go get drunk at his parents' cabin.
3.
But the day before we were supposed to go,
4.
someone ratted Brandon out, and he got suspended.
5.
He thought I was the one who told.
6.
And from that day forward, everyone called me "The Tattler."
7.
Tattler, it's a sexy nickname.
8.
It was not a sexy nickname.
9.
It was a scarlet letter and it ruined my senior year.
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Well, why don't you remind Stacey how you two know each other?
2.
Okay. Well, you're in my class in high school.
3.
Science or social studies?
4.
Science.

Other meanings for class...

classnoun

  • ja部類、種類
  • ena group of people, animals or things that have similar characteristics, qualities, conditions, status, etc.
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I'll take your bags and get you checked into first class.
2.
Nick, we can't afford this.
3.
- So you're family is rich? - We're comfortable.
4.
That is exactly what a super rich person would say.
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Scandal leaves me indifferent, as does reputation.
2.
Those are concerns for the petite bourgeoisie,
3.
a class to which I do not belong.
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I was taught proper form, polished to perfection, becomes mystical.
5.
As you like, Your Holiness.
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1.
Look, why don't we just take our mind off everything?
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We're in first class.
3.
We get free movies.
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What? No!
5.
We can't enjoy ourselves while the squad is in danger.
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That's not fair.
7.
Amy, we're trapped here for 3 hours.
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There's nothing else we can do.
9.
Fine.
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1.
Everyone should experience first class at least once in their lives.
2.
And Annie shouldn't miss out just because she can’t afford it.
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1.
This is how we survive.
2.
There are those who have...
3.
And those who suffer.
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What do you see when you look at this train?
5.
I see a fortress to class.
6.
I see 3,000 souls surviving on a planet determined to freeze all life.
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1.
You got city hands, Mr. Hooper.
2.
You been counting money all your life.
3.
All right, all right! Hey, I don't need this.
4.
I don't need this working class hero crap.
5.
You're not gonna do this aboard the ship, are you Mr. Quint?