class

  1. people having the same social or economic status
  2. a body of students who are taught together
  3. a collection of things sharing a common attribute
  4. a body of students who graduate together
  5. a league ranked by quality
  6. (informal) elegance in dress or behavior
  7. (biology) a taxonomic group containing one or more orders

Class

a higher taxon consisting of one or more orders and distinct from other taxa of similar rank
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CLASS

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class

(from the article `Caucasian languages`) There are several common structural features in morphology (word structure), the most characteristic being the existence of the grammatical category ...
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(from the article `logic, history of`) ...Cantor and Richard Dedekind developed methods of dealing with the large, and in fact infinite, sets of the integers and points on the real number ... ...other two systems are based on a distinction the lack of which, Leniewski claimed, was the source of Russell`s difficulties with the antinomies...
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class

(klas) a taxonomic category subordinate to a phylum or subphylum and superior to an order. in statistics, a subgroup of a population for which certain variables measured for individuals in the population fall within specific limits.
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Class

(Socio-economic) Central in Marxian social theory (see Historical materialism) the term class signifies a group of persons having, in respect to the means of production, such a common economic relationship as brings them into conflict with other groups having a different economic relationship to these means. For example, slaves and masters, serfs ....
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class

[n] - a league ranked by quality 2. [n] - a body of students who graduate together 3. [n] - a body of students who are taught together 4. [n] - (biology) a taxonomic group containing one or more orders 5. [n] - a collection of things sharing a common attribute 6. [n] - people having the same social or economic status 7. [...
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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. • (n.) To arrange in classes; to classify or refer to some class; as, to class words or passages. • (n.) A g...
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class

<biology> A taxonomic classification between division or phylum and order. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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class

socio-economic class noun people having the same social or economic status; `the working class`; `an emerging professional class`
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class

category noun a collection of things sharing a common attribute; `there are two classes of detergents`
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class

(biology) In biological classification, a subdivision of phylum and forms a group of related orders. For example, all mammals belong to the class Mammalia and all birds to the class Aves. Among plants, all class names end in `idae` (such as Asteridae) and among fungi in `mycetes...
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class

(society) In sociology, the main grouping of social stratification in industrial societies, based primarily on economic and occupational factors, but also referring to people's style of living or sense of group identity. Within the social sciences, class has been used both as a descriptive...
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Class

[biology] In biological classification, class (classis) is: The composition of each class is determined by a taxonomist. Often there is no exact agreement, with different taxonomists taking different positions. There are no hard rules that a taxonomist needs to follow in describing a class, but for well-known animals there is likely to be c...
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Class

[education] A class in education has a variety of related meanings. It can be the group of students which attends a specific course or lesson at a university, school or other educational institution, see Form (education). It can refer to a course itself: a class in Shakespearean drama. It can be the group of students at the same level in an...
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Class

[locomotive] Class (locomotive) refers to a group of locomotives built to a common design for a single railroad. Often members of a particular class had detail variations between individual examples, and these could lead to subclasses. Sometimes technical alterations (especially rebuilding, superheating, re-engining, etc.) move a locomotive...
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Class

[philosophy] Philosophers sometimes distinguish classes from types and kinds. We can talk about the class of human beings, just as we can talk about the type (or natural kind), human being, or humanity. How, then, might classes differ from types? One might well think they are not actually different categories of being, but typically, while ...
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Class

[set theory] In set theory and its applications throughout mathematics, a class is a collection of sets (or sometimes other mathematical objects) that can be unambiguously defined by a property that all its members share. The precise definition of `class` depends on foundational context. In work on Zermelo–Fraenkel set theory, the notion ...
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Class

Class (klȧs) noun [ French classe , from Latin classis class, collection, fleet; akin to Greek klh^sis a calling, kalei^n to call, English claim , haul .] 1. A group of individuals ranked together as possessing common characteristics; a...
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Class

Class intransitive verb To grouped or classed. « The genus or famiky under which it classes . Tatham. »
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Class

Class transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Classed ; present participle & verbal noun Classing .] [ Confer French classer . See Class , noun ] 1. To arrange in classes; to classify ...
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Class

A category of the classification scheme of living organisms ranking below a phylum and above an order (e.g., Insecta).
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Class

A class is a prototype for an object in processing or c++. It can be used to create an instance of t
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class

a description of a collection of objects that have similar structures and behaviors.
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