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  1. first class

    • IPA[fəːst ˈklɑːs]

    英式

    • n.
      a set of people or things grouped together as the best;the best and most expensive accommodation in a train or other form of transport
    • adj.
      of the best quality or in the highest grade;denoting or relating to the best accommodation in a train or other form of transport
    • adv.
      using the best quality accommodation in a train or other form of transport;using a class of mail given priority for fast delivery
    • noun: first class

    • 釋義

    名詞

    • 1. a set of people or things grouped together as the best he has created an orchestra of the first class
    • the best and most expensive accommodation in a train or other form of transport I boarded the plane and took my seat in first class
    • a university degree or examination result in the highest classification he was placed in the first class of the honour school of modem history

    形容詞

    • 1. of the best quality or in the highest grade a stadium with first-class facilities the service was first class
    • denoting or relating to the best accommodation in a train or other form of transport first-class passengers a first-class carriage
    • relating to a class of mail given priority for fast delivery first-class post generally arrives the next working day
    • relating to the highest division in the results of a university examination a first-class honours degree
    • (of cricket) played between sides of recognized stature and with matches of two innings per side.

    副詞

    • 1. using the best quality accommodation in a train or other form of transport she flew first class from Miami to London
    • using a class of mail given priority for fast delivery I sent it first class so you should get it tomorrow