classe

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin classis.

Noun[edit]

classe f (plural classes)

  1. class; kind
  2. class; elegance
  3. class (a group of students)
  4. class; lesson
  5. class (a course of study covering a series of related lessons)
  6. classroom
  7. (taxonomy) class
  8. (transport) class
  9. (military) class

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Noun[edit]

classe f (plural classes)

  1. class, type, group
  2. (military) "Une classe de conscrits" refers to all the recruits conscripted in a particular year. In the plural, "classes" refers to a period of military training.

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Italian[edit]

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Noun[edit]

classe f (plural classi)

  1. (computing, mathematics, semantics, taxonomy) class (all senses)
  2. classroom
  3. style

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Latin[edit]

Noun[edit]

classe

  1. ablative singular of classis

Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin classis (a division of the Roman population).

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

classe f (plural classes)

  1. class, kind (group, collection, category or set sharing characteristics or attributes)
  2. class; elegance
  3. class (a group of students)
  4. class; lesson
  5. classroom
  6. (taxonomy) class

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