Definition of Classes. Meaning of Classes. Synonyms of Classes

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Definition of Classes

Classes
Classis Clas"sis, n.; pl. Classes. [L. See Class, n.] 1. A class or order; sort; kind. [Obs.] His opinion of that classis of men. --Clarendon. 2. (Eccl.) An ecclesiastical body or judicatory in certain churches, as the Reformed Dutch. It is intermediate between the consistory and the synod, and corresponds to the presbytery in the Presbyterian church.

Meaning of Classes from wikipedia

- course or lesson class, a course (education) class, a lesson or course session, in education classroom, a room where classes are held class, a group of people...
- categories, the most common being the upper, middle and lower classes. Membership in a social class can for example be dependent on education, wealth, occupation...
- sailing classes have been used in the sport of Sailing/Yachting during the Olympic Summer Games since 1896. Since then, 46 different classes have been...
- reservation policy. Until 1985, the affairs of the Backward classes were looked after by the Backward classes Cell in the Ministry of Home Affairs. A separate Ministry...
- contrast with the class variables shared across the class. In some languages, classes are only a compile-time feature (new classes cannot be declared...
- Physically, the classes indicate the temperature of the star's atmosphere and are normally listed from hottest to coldest. The spectral classes O through M...
- abilities offered by the classes found within the game. Dungeons & Dragons was the first game to introduce the usage of character classes to role-playing. Many...
- weight class progression to ultimately reach the final Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu weight classes Kickboxing weight classes Mixed martial arts weight classes Taekwondo...
- the transformation of pre-modern labouring classes into a modern, politically self-conscious, working class.[verification needed] Starting around 1917...
- term form class is also used, although this has various conflicting definitions. Word classes may be classified as open or closed: open classes (typically...