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  1. classic

    • IPA[ˈklasik]

    美式

    • adj.
      judged over a period of time to be of the highest quality and outstanding of its kind;(of a garment or design) of a simple, elegant style not greatly subject to changes in fashion
    • n.
      a work of art of recognized and established value;a garment of a simple, elegant, and long-lasting style.
    • noun: classic, plural noun: classics

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    • 1. a work of art of recognized and established value his books have become classics
    • a garment of a simple, elegant, and long-lasting style.
    • a thing which is memorable and a very good example of its kind he's hoping that tomorrow's game will be a classic
    • 2. a school subject that involves the study of ancient Greek and Latin literature, philosophy, and history an honors degree in Classics
    • the works of ancient Greek and Latin writers and philosophers.
    • dated a scholar of ancient Greek and Latin.
    • 3. a major sports tournament or competition, as in golf or tennis dozens of celebrity golfers attended the Bob Hope Desert Classic