clas‧sic1 W3 [usually before noun]
having all the features that are typical or expected of a particular thing or situation
classic example/mistake/case etc
Too many job hunters make the classic mistake of thinking only about what's in it for them.
admired by many people, and having a value that has continued for a long time:
The Coca-Cola bottle is one of the classic designs of the last century.
a collection of classic cars
of excellent quality:
Roy scored a classic goal in the 90th minute.
a classic style of art or clothing is attractive in a simple traditional way [↪ classical]:
She chose a classic navy suit for the ceremony.