« CLASS » IN DEFI DICTIONARIES


 

A.Michiels, Ulg, 2002

 

1         BILINGUAL

 

(Collins/Robert E2F & Oxford/Hachette E2F)

 

 

CLASS IN DEFIDIC

 

IDNUM=     60853

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

ENVIR=     e(in,de). #

LABELS=    scol, univ, gen

INDICATOR= lesson

TRANS=     classe {f}, cours {m}

TRADRATIO= 2/23

ORIGIN=    efm

 

IDNUM=     60854

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

LABELS=    éscol, éuniv, égen

INDICATOR= lesson à students à group of students

TRANS=     classe {f}

TRADRATIO= 14/23

ORIGIN=    efm

 

IDNUM=     60855

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

LABELS=    gen

INDICATOR= group, division à category

TRANS=     classe {f}, catégorie {f}

TRADRATIO= 2/23

ORIGIN=    efm

 

IDNUM=     60856

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

LABELS=    bot, ling, mil, soc, zool, sociol

TRANS=     classe {f}

TRADRATIO= 14/23

ORIGIN=    efm

 

IDNUM=     60857

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

LABELS=    naut, jur

INDICATOR= of ship à of offence

POSTCOLL=  offence

TRANS=     type {m}

TRADRATIO= 2/23

ORIGIN=    efm

 

IDNUM=     60858

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

S/STYLE=   coll

STATUS=    {U}

INDICATOR= elegance

TRANS=     classe {f}, distinction {f}

TRADRATIO= 2/23

ORIGIN=    efm

 

IDNUM=     60859

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

INDICATOR= in Lloyd's Register

TRANS=     cote {f}

TRADRATIO= 1/23

ORIGIN=    rcef

 

IDNUM=     60860

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class

LEMMATYPE= example

POS=       n

TRANS=    

XREF=      middle/working

TRADRATIO=

ORIGIN=    rcef

 

IDNUM=     60861

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

LABELS=    éscol, éuniv, égen

S/STYLE=   US

INDICATOR= lesson à year

TRANS=     promotion {f} scolaire

TRADRATIO= 1/23

ORIGIN=    rcef

 

IDNUM=     60862

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       vtr

TRANS=     classer, classifier

TRADRATIO= 1/23

ORIGIN=    rcef

 

IDNUM=     60863

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       vtr

LABELS=    naut, insurance

TRANS=     coter

TRADRATIO= 1/23

ORIGIN=    rcef

 

IDNUM=     60864

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

LABELS=    scol, univ

S/STYLE=   US

INDICATOR= year group

TRANS=     promotion {f}, classe {f}

TRADRATIO= 1/23

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60865

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

INDICATOR= of vehicle

POSTCOLL=  vehicle

TRANS=     catégorie {f}

TRADRATIO= 3/23

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60866

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

LABELS=    naut

INDICATOR= of ship, submarine

POSTCOLL=  ship, submarine

TRANS=     classe {f}

TRADRATIO= 14/23

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60867

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

LABELS=    tourism

TRANS=     classe {f}

TRADRATIO= 14/23

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60868

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

LABELS=    univ

S/STYLE=   Br

TRANS=     [approx] mention {f}

TRADRATIO= 1/23

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60869

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

LABELS=    bio, math

TRANS=     classe {f}

TRADRATIO= 14/23

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60870

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       adj

S/STYLE=   coll

INDICATOR= excellent

TRANS=     de classe

TRADRATIO= 1/23

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60871

HEADWORD=  class action

LEMMA=     class action

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

LABELS=    jur

TRANS=     action {f} collective

TRADRATIO= 1/1

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60872

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class action suit

LEMMATYPE= example

POS=       comp

LABELS=    jur

TRANS=     recours collectif en justice

TRADRATIO= 1/1

ORIGIN=    rcef

 

IDNUM=     60873

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class actions

LEMMATYPE= example

POS=       comp

LABELS=    jur

TRANS=     actions {fpl} de groupe

TRADRATIO= 1/1

ORIGIN=    rcef

 

IDNUM=     60874

HEADWORD=  antagonism

LEMMA=     class antagonism

LEMMATYPE= example

POS=       n

TRANS=     antagonisme de classes

TRADRATIO= 1/1

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60875

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class bias

LEMMATYPE= compound

POS=       n

LABELS=    soc

TRANS=     préjugés {mpl} de classe

TRADRATIO= 1/1

ORIGIN=    rcef

 

IDNUM=     60876

HEADWORD=  class conscious

LEMMA=     class conscious

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       adj

LABELS=    gen

TRANS=     soucieux/-ieuse des distinctions sociales

TRADRATIO= 1/2

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60877

HEADWORD=  class conscious

LEMMA=     class conscious

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       adj

INDICATOR= in Marxist discourse

TRANS=     conscient

TRADRATIO= 1/2

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60878

HEADWORD=  class consciousness

LEMMA=     class consciousness

LEMMATYPE= compound

POS=       n

INDICATOR= in Marxist discourse

TRANS=     conscience {f} de classe / des distinctions sociales

TRADRATIO= 2/4

ORIGIN=    efm

 

IDNUM=     60879

HEADWORD=  class consciousness

LEMMA=     class consciousness

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

LABELS=    gen

TRANS=     sentiment {m} de classe

TRADRATIO= 1/4

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60880

HEADWORD=  consciousness

LEMMA=     class consciousness

LEMMATYPE= compound

POS=       n

TRANS=     conscience {f} de classe

TRADRATIO= 1/4

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60881

HEADWORD=  dismiss

LEMMA=     class dismiss!

LEMMATYPE= example

POS=       vtr

LABELS=    scol

TRANS=     partez!

TRADRATIO= 1/1

ORIGIN=    rcef

 

IDNUM=     60882

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class distinction

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

TRANS=     distinction {f} sociale

TRADRATIO= 2/3

ORIGIN=    efm

 

IDNUM=     60883

HEADWORD=  distinction

LEMMA=     class distinction

LEMMATYPE= compound

POS=       n

TRANS=     distinction {f} de niveau social

TRADRATIO= 1/3

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60884

HEADWORD=  class divisions

LEMMA=     class divisions

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       npl

TRANS=     divisions {fpl} entre les classes

TRADRATIO= 1/1

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60885

HEADWORD=  examination

LEMMA=     class examination

LEMMATYPE= example

POS=       n

LABELS=    scol

TRANS=     composition {f}

TRADRATIO= 1/1

ORIGIN=    rcef

 

IDNUM=     60886

HEADWORD=  class list

LEMMA=     class list

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

LABELS=    scol

TRANS=     liste {f} des élèves d"une classe

TRADRATIO= 1/2

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60887

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class list

LEMMATYPE= compound

POS=       comp

LABELS=    scol

TRANS=     liste nominative des élèves

TRADRATIO= 1/2

ORIGIN=    rcef

 

IDNUM=     60888

HEADWORD=  class mark

LEMMA=     class mark

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

TRANS=     cote {f}

GLOSS=     d"un ouvrage en bibliothèque

TRADRATIO= 1/1

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60889

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class number

LEMMATYPE= compound

POS=       n

S/STYLE=   Br

INDICATOR= in library

TRANS=     cote {f} d"un livre en bibliothèque

TRADRATIO= 1/1

ORIGIN=    rcef

 

IDNUM=     60890

HEADWORD=  class number

LEMMA=     class number

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

TRANS=    

XREF=      class mark

TRADRATIO=

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60891

HEADWORD=  class president

LEMMA=     class president

LEMMATYPE= compound

POS=       n

S/STYLE=   US

TRANS=     [approx] chef {m} de classe

TRADRATIO= 2/2

ORIGIN=    efm

 

IDNUM=     60892

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class rank

LEMMATYPE= compound

POS=       n

LABELS=    scol, univ

S/STYLE=   US

TRANS=     numéro {m} de sortie

TRADRATIO= 1/3

ORIGIN=    rcef

 

IDNUM=     60893

HEADWORD=  class rank

LEMMA=     class rank

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

LABELS=    scol

S/STYLE=   US

TRANS=     classement {m}

TRADRATIO= 1/3

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60894

HEADWORD=  class rank

LEMMA=     class rank

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

LABELS=    univ

TRANS=     rang {m}

TRADRATIO= 1/3

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60895

HEADWORD=  roll

LEMMA=     class roll

LEMMATYPE= example

POS=       n

LABELS=    scol, gen

TRANS=     liste {f} (nominative) des élèves

TRADRATIO= 2/2

ORIGIN=    efm

 

IDNUM=     60896

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class roll

LEMMATYPE= compound

POS=       comp

GOTHERE=   class list

TRANS=    

TRADRATIO=

ORIGIN=    rcef

 

IDNUM=     60897

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class society

LEMMATYPE= compound

POS=       n

LABELS=    pol

TRANS=     société {f} de classes

TRADRATIO= 1/1

ORIGIN=    rcef

 

IDNUM=     60898

HEADWORD=  class structure

LEMMA=     class structure

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

TRANS=     structure {f} de classes

TRADRATIO= 1/1

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60899

HEADWORD=  class struggle

LEMMA=     class struggle

LEMMATYPE= compound

POS=       n

TRANS=     lutte {f} des classes

TRADRATIO= 3/3

ORIGIN=    efm

 

IDNUM=     60900

HEADWORD=  struggle

LEMMA=     class struggle

LEMMATYPE= compound

POS=       n

TRANS=     lutte {f} des classes

TRADRATIO= 3/3

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60901

HEADWORD=  class system

LEMMA=     class system

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

TRANS=     système {m} de classes

TRADRATIO= 1/1

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60902

HEADWORD=  class teacher

LEMMA=     class teacher

LEMMATYPE= compound

POS=       n

LABELS=    scol, gen

S/STYLE=   Br

TRANS=     professeur {m} principal

TRADRATIO= 2/2

ORIGIN=    efm

 

IDNUM=     60903

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class war

LEMMATYPE= compound

POS=       comp

GOTHERE=   class struggle

TRANS=    

TRADRATIO=

ORIGIN=    rcef

 

IDNUM=     60904

HEADWORD=  class war

LEMMA=     class war

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

TRANS=     guerre {f} des classes

TRADRATIO= 1/1

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60905

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class warfare

LEMMATYPE= compound

POS=       comp

GOTHERE=   class struggle

TRANS=    

TRADRATIO=

ORIGIN=    rcef

 

IDNUM=     60906

HEADWORD=  war

LEMMA=     class warfare

LEMMATYPE= example

POS=       comp

STATUS=    {U}

TRANS=     lutte {f} des classes

TRADRATIO= 1/2

ORIGIN=    rcef

 

 

IDNUM=     60907

HEADWORD=  class warfare

LEMMA=     class warfare

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       n

TRANS=     guerre {f} des classes

TRADRATIO= 1/2

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60908

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class-conscious

LEMMATYPE= compound

POS=       comp

PRECOLL=   person

TRANS=     conscient des distinctions sociales

TRADRATIO= 1/3

ORIGIN=    rcef

 

IDNUM=     60909

HEADWORD=  class

LEMMA=     class-conscious

LEMMATYPE= compound

POS=       comp

S/STYLE=   pej

INDICATOR= snobbish

PRECOLL=   person, attitude

TRANS=     snob {inv}

TRADRATIO= 1/3

ORIGIN=    rcef

 

IDNUM=     60910

HEADWORD=  conscious

LEMMA=     class-conscious

LEMMATYPE= compound

POS=      

TRANS=     conscient de la hiérarchie sociale

TRADRATIO= 1/3

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60911

HEADWORD=  class-ridden

LEMMA=     class-ridden

LEMMATYPE= standard

POS=       adj

TRANS=     marqué par les divisions entre classes

TRADRATIO= 1/1

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60912

HEADWORD=  begin

LEMMA=     classes begin on Monday

LEMMATYPE= example

POS=       vi

TRANS=     les cours commencent / reprennent lundi

TRADRATIO= 1/1

ORIGIN=    rcef

 

IDNUM=     60913

HEADWORD=  drawing

LEMMA=     classes in drawing

LEMMATYPE= example

POS=       n

TRANS=     cours de dessin

TRADRATIO= 1/1

ORIGIN=    ohef

 

IDNUM=     60914

HEADWORD=  start

LEMMA=     classes start on Monday

LEMMATYPE= example

POS=       vi

TRANS=     les cours commencent / reprennent lundi

TRADRATIO= 1/1

ORIGIN=    rcef

 

 

2         MONOLINGUAL

 

CLASS in CIDE

 

IDNUM 12105

HDWD  class

IDENT 1* 0

LEMMA class

POS   n

GRAM  C

GW    TEACHING GROUP

SUBJ  Education

CLASS Group à Time

DEF   a group of students who are taught together at school, college or university, or a short period of teaching of a particular subject

EX1   Which class are you in?

EX2   She gave the whole class extra homework for a week.

EX3   My class was rather noisy this morning.

GRAM3 + sing/pl v

EXPL3 The people in my class

EX4   My class were rather noisy this morning.

GRAM4 + sing/pl v

EXPL4 The people in my class

EX5   Okay, class, settle down and open your books.

GRAM5 as form of address

EX6   My last class ends at 4 o'clock.

EX7   Classes have been cancelled today because of a staff meeting.

EX8   He got in trouble with his teachers because he rarely attended classes.

EX9   I go to an aerobics class every Monday and Thursday evening.

EX10  I've been going to evening classes to improve my German.

SUBJ10      Adult Education > Education

EX11  Which teacher takes your environmental studies class?

COL11.1     [l(1,takes)]

EX12  Which teacher teaches your environmental studies class?

COL12.1     [l(1,teaches)]

EX13  I was told off for talking in class.

COL13.1     [l(1,in)]

 

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('ci'),pos('n'),lab(['nil']),gw([group]),

deflex([w(4,'students'),w(7,'taught'),w(10,'school'),w(11,'college'),

w(13,'university'),w(16,'short'),w(17,'period'),w(19,'teaching'),w(23,

'subject')]),exlex([w(2,'gave'),w(4,'whole'),w(6,'extra'),w(7,

'homework'),w(10,'week'),w(5,'noisy'),w(7,'morning'),w(1,'okay'),w(3,

'settle'),w(6,'open'),w(8,'books'),w(2,'last'),w(4,'ends'),w(6,'oclock'),

w(1,'classes'),w(4,'cancelled'),w(9,'staff'),w(10,'meeting'),w(4,

'trouble'),w(7,'teachers'),w(10,'rarely'),w(11,'attended'),w(5,

'aerobics'),w(8,'monday'),w(10,'thursday'),w(11,'evening'),w(8,

'improve'),w(10,'german'),w(2,'teacher'),w(5,'environmental'),w(6,

'studies'),w(3,'teaches'),w(3,'told'),w(6,'talking')])).

 

 

 

 

IDNUM 12106

HDWD  class

IDENT 1* 1

LEMMA class

POS   n

GRAM  C

LABEL Am

SUBJ  Education

CLASS Group

DEF   The class of a particular year is the group of students who successfully completed their studies in that year.

EX1   At America's top business schools, the class of 1988 is receiving almost half as many job offers from Wall Street as its predecessors did.

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('ci'),pos('n'),lab(['nil']),gw(['nil']),

deflex([w(6,'year'),w(11,'students'),w(13,'successfully'),w(14,

'completed'),w(16,'studies')]),exlex([w(2,'americas'),w(3,'top'),w(4,

'business'),w(5,'schools'),w(10,'receiving'),w(11,'almost'),w(12,'half'),

w(15,'job'),w(16,'offers'),w(18,'wall'),w(19,'street'),w(22,

'predecessors')])).

 

 

 

 

IDNUM 12107

HDWD  class

IDENT 2* 0

LEMMA class

POS   n

GW    ECONOMIC GROUP

SUBJ  The Class System (incl monarchy & the aristocracy) > Society

CLASS Group à Measurement

DEF   a group of people within society who have the same economic and social position

EX1   The Labour Party has lost a lot of support among the working class.

COL1.1      [l(1,working)]

GRAM1 U

EX2   She belongs to the rich American upper class and spends her time having lunch with friends and doing charity work.

COL2.1      [l(1,upper)]

GRAM2 U

EX3   We live in a middle class neighbourhood.

COL3.1      [l(1,middle)]

EX4   She comes from an upper middle class background.

COL4.1      [l(1,middle), l(2,upper)]

EX5   He was a member of the ruling classes.

COL5.1      [l(1,ruling)]

GRAM5 C

EX6   The British are thought to be very aware of class distinctions.

ELW_W6      [w(distinctions,1)]

COL6.1      [r(1,distinctions)]

EXPL6 differences

EX7   Class should not be the sole factor in determining an individual's success in life.

ELW_W7      [w(determining,1)]

GRAM7 U

EX8   She's studying the class structure of Japan.

COL8.1      [r(1,structure)]

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('ci'),pos('n'),lab(['nil']),gw([group]),

deflex([w(6,'society'),w(11,'economic'),w(13,'social'),w(14,

'position')]),exlex([w(2,'labour'),w(5,'lost'),w(9,'support'),w(12,

'working'),w(2,'belongs'),w(5,'rich'),w(7,'upper'),w(10,'spends'),w(14,

'lunch'),w(16,'friends'),w(19,'charity'),w(20,'work'),w(2,'live'),w(5,

'middle'),w(7,'neighbourhood'),w(8,'background'),w(4,'member'),w(7,

'ruling'),w(8,'classes'),w(4,'thought'),w(8,'aware'),w(11,

'distinctions'),w(6,'sole'),w(7,'factor'),w(9,'determining'),w(11,

'individuals'),w(12,'success'),w(14,'life'),w(2,'studying'),w(5,

'structure'),w(7,'japan')])).

 

 

 

 

 

IDNUM 12114

HDWD  class

IDENT 3* 0

LEMMA class

POS   n

GRAM  C

GW    RANK

CLASS Measurement

DEF   an official division of goods or services according to how good they are

EX1   Whenever I travel by train, I always travel first class.

EX2   Shall I post the letter first or second class?

ELW_L2      [l(second_class,2)]

ELW_W2      [w(second_class,2)]

EX3   Would you like a business or economy class ticket to New York?

EX4   All the vegetables we sell are Class A.

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('ci'),pos('n'),lab(['nil']),gw([rank]),deflex([w(2,

'official'),w(3,'division'),w(5,'goods'),w(7,'services'),w(8,

'according'),w(11,'good')]),exlex([w(1,'whenever'),w(3,'travel'),w(5,

'train'),w(1,'shall'),w(3,'post'),w(5,'letter'),w(8,'second'),w(5,

'business'),w(7,'economy'),w(9,'ticket'),w(11,'new'),w(12,'york'),w(3,

'vegetables'),w(5,'sell')])).

 

 

 

 

 

IDNUM 12115

HDWD  class

IDENT 3* 1

LEMMA class

POS   n

GRAM  C

LABEL Br and Aus

SUBJ  Degrees, Academic Titles and Exams > Education

CLASS Measurement

DEF   Class also refers to the standard which someone has reached in their university degree.

EX1   "What class degree did you get at university?" "I got a second-class honours degree."

ELW_L1      [l(second-class,2)]

ELW_W1      [w(second-class,2)]

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('ci'),pos('n'),lab(['nil']),gw(['nil']),

deflex([w(3,'refers'),w(6,'standard'),w(10,'reached'),w(13,'university'),

w(14,'degree')]),exlex([w(3,'degree'),w(8,'university'),w(12,'second-

class'),w(13,'honours')])).

 

 

 

IDNUM 12119

HDWD  class

IDENT 3* 5

LEMMA class

POS   v

GRAM  T

SELPOS      SUBJ = Communication/Human/Group à OBJ = - à as* 2* 0 = -

EX1   I'm 17, but I'm still classed as a child when I travel by bus.

COL1.1      [r(1,as)]

GRAM1 T

EXPL1 considered to be

EX2   I would class her among the top ten American novelists.

COL2.1      [r(1,among)]

GRAM2 T

EXPL2 consider her to be one of

SEL2  SUBJ = Communication/Human/Group à OBJ = - à among* 1* 0/with* 1* 0 = -

EX3   I would class her with the top ten American novelists.

COL3.1      [r(1,with)]

GRAM3 T

EXPL3 consider her to be one of

SEL3  SUBJ = Communication/Human/Group à OBJ = - à among* 1* 0/with* 1* 0 = -

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('ci'),pos('v'),lab(['nil']),gw(['nil']),

deflex(['nil']),exlex([w(5,'classed'),w(8,'child'),w(11,'travel'),w(13,

'bus'),w(7,'top'),w(8,'ten'),w(10,'novelists')])).

 

 

IDNUM 12120

HDWD  class

IDENT 3* 6

LEMMA class

POS   adj

SELPOS      SUBJ = Human

EX1   He's a class golfer.

EXPL1 very good

EX2   She has the potential to be a world-class tennis player.

COL2.1      [l(1,world-)]

EXPL2 one of the best tennis players in the world

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('ci'),pos('adj'),lab(['nil']),gw(['nil']),

deflex(['nil']),exlex([w(4,'golfer'),w(4,'potential'),w(8,'world-class'),

w(9,'tennis'),w(10,'player')])).

 

 

 

IDNUM 12121

HDWD  class

IDENT 4* 0

LEMMA class

POS   n

GRAM  U

GW    STYLE

CLASS Quality

DEF   the quality of being stylish or fashionable

EX1   She's got real class.

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('ci'),pos('n'),lab(['nil']),gw([style]),

deflex([w(2,'quality'),w(5,'stylish'),w(7,'fashionable')]),

exlex(['nil'])).

 

 

 

IDNUM 12124

HDWD  class

IDENT 5* 0

LEMMA class

POS   n

GRAM  C

GW    BIOLOGY

SUBJ  Taxonomy > Animal and Plant Biology > Life Sciences

CLASS Belief

DEF   (used in the classification of plants and animals) a group of related plants or animals

EX1   A class is above an order.

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('ci'),pos('n'),lab(['nil']),gw([biology]),

deflex([w(4,'classification'),w(6,'plants'),w(8,'animals')]),exlex([w(4,

'above')])).

 

 

CLASS IN COBUILD

 

 

LEX 10027 = class 1

HEADWORD =  class

VAR 1 classes

VAR 2  classing

VAR 3  classed

GRAM =   N COUNT+SUPP: ALSO SING=PL, OR N UNCOUNT

THESAURIC LINKS =   BT stratum

DEF =   A class is one of the groups of people into which a society can be divided, by considering their different social or economic status within it.

EX 1 The party had hoped to win mass support among the working class...

EX 2 The middle classes all thought that the working class was inferior. ...

EX 3 English society is still a class society...

EX 4 He comes from an upper-class background.

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('co'),pos('n'),lab(['nil']),gw(['stratum']),

deflex([w(13,'society'),w(16,'divided'),w(18,'considering'),w(20,

'different'),w(21,'social'),w(23,'economic'),w(24,'status')]),exlex([w(4,

'hoped'),w(6,'win'),w(7,'mass'),w(8,'support'),w(11,'working'),w(2,

'middle'),w(5,'thought'),w(11,'inferior'),w(1,'english'),w(2,'society'),

w(5,'upper-class'),w(6,'background')])).

 

 

 

 

 

LEX 10028 = class 2

HEADWORD =  class

GRAM =   N COUNT+SUPP

THESAURIC LINKS =   BT category SYN type, set

DEF =   A class of people or things is a number of people or things that are considered in a group together because they have similar characteristics.

EX 1 We can identify several classes of fern...

EX 2 ...a class of solvents.

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('co'),pos('n'),lab(['nil']),gw(['category','type',

'set']),deflex([w(16,'considered'),w(24,'similar'),w(25,

'characteristics')]),exlex([w(3,'identify'),w(7,'fern'),w(4,

'solvents')])).

 

 

 

LEX 10029 = class 3.1

HEADWORD =  class

GRAM =   N COUNT

THESAURIC LINKS =   SYN form

DEF =   A class is also a group of pupils or students who are taught together.

EX 1 If classes were smaller, children would learn more.

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('co'),pos('n'),lab(['nil']),gw(['form']),

deflex([w(8,'pupils'),w(10,'students'),w(13,'taught')]),exlex([w(4,

'smaller'),w(5,'children'),w(7,'learn')])).

 

 

 

LEX 10030 = class 3.2

HEADWORD =  class

GRAM =   N COUNT/UNCOUNT

THESAURIC LINKS =   SYN lesson

DEF =   a short period of teaching in a particular subject, usually given regularly.

EX 1 Peggy took evening classes in French...

EX 2 He's a good teacher and his classes are very popular.

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('co'),pos('n'),lab(['nil']),gw(['lesson']),

deflex([w(2,'short'),w(3,'period'),w(5,'teaching'),w(9,'subject'),w(11,

'given'),w(12,'regularly')]),exlex([w(1,'peggy'),w(2,'took'),w(3,

'evening'),w(6,'french'),w(3,'good'),w(4,'teacher'),w(10,'popular')])).

 

 

 

LEX 10031 = class 3.3

HEADWORD =  class

GRAM =   N UNCOUNT: USU MOD+N

THESAURIC LINKS =   BT grade

DEF =   a classification which indicates the standard of achievement that someone has reached in their university degree; used in British English.

EX 1 She left university with a first class honours degree in French.

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('co'),pos('n'),lab(['nil']),gw(['grade']),

deflex([w(2,'classification'),w(4,'indicates'),w(6,'standard'),w(8,

'achievement'),w(12,'reached'),w(15,'university'),w(16,'degree'),w(20,

'english')]),exlex([w(2,'left'),w(3,'university'),w(8,'honours'),w(9,

'degree'),w(11,'french')])).

 

 

LEX 10032 = class 4

HEADWORD =  class

GRAM =   N UNCOUNT/COUNT+SUPP

THESAURIC LINKS =   BT standard

DEF =   A particular class of a service or a product is one of the official standards or qualities that it is divided into.

EX 1 He always travelled first class...

EX 2 He sat in a second class carriage reading a newspaper...

EX 3 These eggs are all class A.

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('co'),pos('n'),lab(['nil']),gw(['standard']),

deflex([w(6,'service'),w(9,'product'),w(14,'official'),w(15,'standards'),

w(17,'qualities'),w(21,'divided')]),exlex([w(3,'travelled'),w(2,'sat'),

w(5,'second'),w(7,'carriage'),w(8,'reading'),w(10,'newspaper'),w(2,

'eggs')])).

 

 

 

LEX 10033 = class 5

HEADWORD =  class

GRAM =   N UNCOUNT

THESAURIC LINKS =   SYN style

DEF =   If you say that someone or something has class, you mean they have a quality of elegance and sophistication which impresses people.

EX 1 She's got real class.

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('co'),pos('n'),lab(['nil']),gw(['style']),

deflex([w(3,'say'),w(15,'quality'),w(17,'elegance'),w(19,

'sophistication'),w(21,'impresses')]),exlex(['nil'])).

 

 

 

LEX 10034 = class 6

HEADWORD =  class

GRAM =   V+O+A (among/as/with)

THESAURIC LINKS =   SYN categorize

DEF =   To class someone or something in a particular way means to consider them as belonging to a particular group or grade.

EX 1 At nineteen you're still classed as a teenager.

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('co'),pos('v'),lab(['nil']),gw(['categorize']),

deflex([w(12,'consider'),w(15,'belonging'),w(21,'grade')]),exlex([w(2,

'nineteen'),w(8,'teenager')])).

 

 

CLASS IN LDOCE

 

ED..

  Education

 ....T.....

 5 Abstract

 (in education) a period of time during which pupils or students are taught

  1  Code: C

  n / +COUNT

  2  Code: U

  n / + UNCOUNT

 What time does the next class begin?

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('lg'),pos('n'),lab(['ed']),gw(['nil']),deflex([w(2,

'education'),w(4,'period'),w(9,'pupils'),w(11,'students'),w(13,

'taught')]),exlex([w(7,'begin')])).

 

 

 

ED..

  Education

 ....U.....

 5 Collective & animal OR & human

 (in education) a group of pupils or students taught together

  1  Code: C

  n / +COUNT

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('lg'),pos('n'),lab(['ed']),gw(['nil']),deflex([w(2,

'education'),w(6,'pupils'),w(8,'students'),w(9,'taught')]),

exlex(['nil'])).

 

 

 

ED..

  Education

 B...T.....

 1 Britain

 5 Abstract

 not AmE a division of university degrees or examination results

 to their quality

  1  Code: C

  n / +COUNT

 What class (of degree) did you get: first, second, or third?

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('lg'),pos('n'),lab(['ed']),gw(['nil']),deflex([w(4,

'division'),w(6,'university'),w(7,'degrees'),w(9,'examination'),w(10,

'results'),w(11,'according'),w(14,'quality')]),exlex([w(4,'degree'),w(9,

'second'),w(11,'third')])).

 

 

ED..

  Education

 M...T.....

 1 North America (BOTH Canada and the United States)

 5 Abstract

 esp. AmE a number of pupils or students in a school or university doing the

 same course in the same year

  1  Code: C

  n / +COUNT

 We were both members of the class of (19)68

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('lg'),pos('n'),lab(['ed']),gw(['nil']),deflex([w(6,

'pupils'),w(8,'students'),w(11,'school'),w(13,'university'),w(17,

'course'),w(21,'year')]),exlex([w(4,'members')])).

 

 

 

MDZB

 Medicine and biology

....T...Y.

5 Abstract

a division of living things (such as MAMMALs) below a PHYLUM and usu.

including several ORDERs@1 (13)

 1  Code: C

 n / +COUNT

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('lg'),pos('n'),lab(['mdzb']),gw(['nil']),

deflex([w(2,'division'),w(4,'living'),w(8,'mammals'),w(9,'below'),w(11,

'phylum'),w(14,'including'),w(16,'orders')]),exlex(['nil'])).

 

 

 ....

 ..S.T.....

 3 Slang

 5 Abstract

 apprec infml the quality that makes one look as though one has high social

 rank

  1  Code: U

  n / + UNCOUNT

 I like the look of that girl; she's got real class

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('lg'),pos('n'),lab(['nil']),gw(['nil']),

deflex([w(1,'apprec'),w(4,'quality'),w(8,'look'),w(10,'though'),w(13,

'high'),w(14,'social'),w(15,'rank')]),exlex([w(4,'look'),w(7,'girl')])).

 

 

 ....

 ....T.....

 5 Abstract

 a division of people or things according to rank, behaviour, etc.

  1  Code: C

  n / +COUNT

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('lg'),pos('n'),lab(['nil']),gw(['nil']),

deflex([w(2,'division'),w(7,'according'),w(9,'rank'),w(10,'behaviour')]),

exlex(['nil'])).

 

 

PLSO

  Political science and government

  Sociology

 ....U...Y.

 5 Collective & animal OR & human

 a social group whose members have the same political, social, and ECONOMIC

 position and rank

  1  Code: GC9

  n / needs a descriptive word or phrase / + GROUP COUNT

 Are the ruling classes the enemies of the people?

 lower-class life

 the upper class

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('lg'),pos('n'),lab(['pl','so']),gw(['nil']),

deflex([w(2,'social'),w(5,'members'),w(9,'political'),w(12,'economic'),

w(13,'position'),w(15,'rank')]),exlex([w(3,'ruling'),w(6,'enemies'),w(10,

'lower-class'),w(11,'life'),w(13,'upper')])).

 

 

 

 

SOPL

 Sociology

 Political science and government

....T.....

5 Abstract

the fact that there are different social groups with different social and

political positions and points of view

 1  Code: U

 n / + UNCOUNT

Class differences can divide a nation.

Is education class-based?

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('lg'),pos('n'),lab(['so','pl']),gw(['nil']),

deflex([w(2,'fact'),w(6,'different'),w(7,'social'),w(13,'political'),

w(14,'positions'),w(16,'points'),w(18,'view')]),exlex([w(2,

'differences'),w(4,'divide'),w(6,'nation'),w(8,'education'),w(9,'class-

based')])).

 

 

 

TNSO

  Transport

  Sociology

 ....T...Y.

 5 Abstract

 a level of quality of travelling conditions on a train, plane, boat, etc.

  1  Code: C

  n / +COUNT

 (a) first-class (ticket) to Birmingham, please

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('lg'),pos('n'),lab(['tn','so']),gw(['nil']),

deflex([w(2,'level'),w(4,'quality'),w(6,'travelling'),w(7,'conditions'),

w(10,'train'),w(11,'plane'),w(12,'boat')]),exlex([w(2,'first-class'),w(3,

'ticket'),w(5,'birmingham'),w(6,'please')])).

 

 

 

 ....

 ..I.H..T.T

 3 Informal

 5 Human (sex unspecified)

 8 Abstract

 10 Abstract

 

 infml to consider

  1  Code: T1

  monotransitive v / [ __ NPn ]

 Right: - I as

 I class that as wickedness

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('lg'),pos('v'),lab(['nil']),gw(['nil']),

deflex([w(3,'consider')]),exlex([w(5,'wickedness')])).

 

 

 

 ....

 ....H...YZ

 5 Human (sex unspecified)

 10 UNMARKED (no semantic restrictions)

 

 to put into a class; CLASSIFY

  1  Code: T1

  monotransitive v / [ __ NPn ]

 

mono(lem('class'),ori('lg'),pos('v'),lab(['nil']),gw(['nil']),

deflex([w(6,'classify')]),exlex(['nil'])).

 

 

3         IN THESAURI

 

CLASS IN MT

 

(sharing one or more collocate slots in bilingual data base)

 

mt(class,[[classes,6],[clothes,1],[community,1],[company,1],[conference,

1],[course,11],[courses,2],[craft,1],[crew,1],[crowd,4],[cuisine,1],

[custom,2],[customs,1],[debate,1],[discussion,1],[economy,1],[exercise,

1],[faction,1],[family,1],[fanatic,1],[fiction,1],[food,1],[format,1],

[gallery,1],[game,1],[group,6],[groups,2],[holiday,1],[house,1],

[instructor,2],[ladder,1],[lecture,5],[lesson,4],[level,1],[library,1],

[life,1],[line,1],[list,1],[lunch,1],[master,1],[meal,3],[medicine,1],

[meeting,4],[mobility,1],[mood,1],[organization,1],[page,1],[party,3],

[passion,1],[passions,1],[person,4],[personality,1],[plan,1],[play,1],

[pupil,4],[quality,1],[rank,1],[rate,1],[reform,1],[reforms,1],

[rehearsal,1],[rehearsals,1],[relationship,1],[report,1],[revolution,1],

[room,2],[routine,1],[sauce,1],[scheme,1],[school,5],[schoolchild,1],

[schoolchildren,1],[section,1],[shift,1],[shoe,1],[shoes,1],[skill,1],

[speech,1],[standard,1],[status,1],[structure,1],[studies,1],[study,2],

[style,1],[subject,1],[system,2],[target,1],[teacher,8],[teaching,1],

[team,2],[teams,2],[ticket,1],[tool,1],[tools,1],[train,1],[visit,1],

[visitor,1],[visitors,1],[work,3]]).

 

mt(classes,[[course,3],[courses,2],[group,2],[groups,2],[study,1],[team,

2],[teams,2],[work,1]]).

 

CLASS IN ROGET'S

 

r($class$,[['n','541','6','2'],['n','542','1','3'],['n','75','1','1'],['v','60','8','2']]).

 

(look up the word class in a printed Roget's)

 

 

CLASS IN WORDNET

 

(see WordNet Windows applet)