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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhigh-classˌhigh-ˈclass adjective [usually before noun]  GOOD/EXCELLENTof good quality and style, and usually expensive opp low-class a high-class restaurant
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high-classSpring Street, just off Broadway, was fashionable, and no-one could describe Mrs Gutermann's as other than high-class.Real Tennis is a high-class game even older than the Long Room's most ancient inmate.He was a high-class horse and under strong driving came upsides, but the jockey was not bothered.He always stayed at a high-class hotel on trips abroad.a high-class hotelHe worked for high-class manufacturers, but by the time he was twenty-five he had started his own business.We're running a high-class operation here.
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