English version

first class in Transport topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfirst classˌfirst ˈclass noun  1 [uncountable]TTDLT the best and most expensive seats on a plane or train, or rooms in a hotel We prefer to travel in first class. business class, cabin class, economy class, tourist class2 [uncountable] a) TCMthe class of post used in Britain for letters and parcels, that is quicker and more expensive than second-class postsecond class b) TCMthe class of post used in the US for ordinary business and personal letters3 [countable]SEC the highest class of degree from a British university
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first classThe ride is firm but damping first class as undulations and bumps are swallowed up with ease.A few seconds later, Erma Bombeck gave up her first class seat and slid into the coach seat next to me.Ron was already sitting in first class when we boarded the plane.When she joined the force 21 years ago, Pengel was in the first class of female cadets.In the first class of model, the rhythm is generated by a network of interconnected neurones.The first class of potential problems arises from correlated traffic.The first class will go over tackle, terminology and an introduction to casting.DeFries had an idea that to be a star you had to act like a star so everything was first class.Later he went up to Oxford, taking his degree with first class honours in History.