Class ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Class ( noun )

  1. A group of students who are taught together in a school or college.
  2. A group of people or things sharing a common attribute or characteristics.
  3. A category of things or people having some quality or characteristics in common.
  4. A course of instruction in a particular subject.
  5. A social group or category of people having similar status or interests.

Origin:

Middle english (denoting a category of society or a group of people with shared characteristics): from old french classe, from latin classis "a division, a class".

Examples:

  1. She teaches a class of 30 students.
  2. The class was divided into groups for the project.
  3. The class of 2021 is the largest in the history of the school.
  4. He took a class in photography.
  5. The class system in the society is changing.

(As a verb)

Class ( verb )

  1. A group of students who are taught together in a school or college.
  2. A group of people or things sharing a common attribute or characteristics.
  3. A category of things or people having some quality or characteristics in common.
  4. A course of instruction in a particular subject.
  5. A social group or category of people having similar status or interests.

Origin:

Middle english (denoting a category of society or a group of people with shared characteristics): from old french classe, from latin classis "a division, a class".

Examples:

  1. She teaches a class of 30 students.
  2. The class was divided into groups for the project.
  3. The class of 2021 is the largest in the history of the school.
  4. He took a class in photography.
  5. The class system in the society is changing.
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