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classic

US [ˈklæsɪk]
UK ['klæsɪk]
  • n.名著;优秀的典范
  • adj.最优秀的;第一流的;有代表性的;典型的
  • Web经典;古典;经典的
Plural Form:classics  
Classic
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adj.
1.
最优秀的;第一流的accepted or deserving to be accepted as one of the best or most important of its kind
a classic novel/study/goal
最佳小说╱研究╱进球
2.
有代表性的;典型的with all the features you would expect to find; very typical
a classic example of poor communication
缺乏有效沟通的典型实例
She displayed the classic symptoms of depression.
她显现出了抑郁症的典型症状。
I made the classic mistake of clapping in a pause in the music!
我在乐曲演奏暂停的间歇鼓起掌来,真是大错特错!
3.
(风格或设计)典雅的,古朴的;传统的elegant, but simple and traditional in style or design; not affected by changes in fashion
a classic grey suit
一套典雅的灰色服装
classic design
古朴典雅的设计
classic cars(= cars which are no longer made, but which are still popular)
古典雅致的老式车
4.
(informal)
惹笑的;愚蠢(或令人讨厌)而又不足为奇的people sayThat's classic! when they find sth very amusing, when they think sb has been very stupid or when sth annoying, but not surprising, happens
She's not going to help? Oh, that's classic!
她不来帮忙?哦,那不足为奇!
n.
1.
[c]
(书、电影或歌曲的)经典作品,名著,杰作a book, film/movie or song which is well known and considered to be of very high quality, setting standards for other books, etc.
English classics such as ‘Alice in Wonderland’
英语经典作品如《艾丽丝漫游奇境记》
The novel may become a modern classic.
这部小说可能会成为现代名著。
2.
[c]
优秀的典范a thing that is an excellent example of its kind
That match was a classic.
那场比赛堪称经典。
3.
[u]
古希腊与古罗马的文化研究(尤指对其语言与文学的研究)the study of ancient Greek and Roman culture, especially their languages and literature
a degree in Classics
古希腊与古罗马文化研究的学位

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