English version

low-class

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlow-classˌlow-ˈclass adjective  1 old-fashionedCLASS IN SOCIETY working class opp high-class a low-class bar2 BADnot good quality opp high-class
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low-classNormally Roberto shunned the low-class and dingy.Because of all those people coming and going, such low-class ruffians, the sort you'd never see in the Palace otherwise.a low-class street in the downtown areaA low-class stuntman was paid about $ 5 a day.Until I was 13 or 14 years old I became a low-class stuntman.a low-class woman
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