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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishworld-classˌworld-ˈclass ●○○ adjective  GOOD/EXCELLENTamong the best in the world a world-class tennis champion world-class research facilities
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world-classWhen the fighting broke out, Berlin had come almost from nowhere to become a world-class culture centre.a world-class orchestraIn Workplace 2000, every company will need world-class performance and continuous improvement to be successful.It gave Sandy inspiration, the confidence to win the Masters, knowing he was a world-class player.Moreover, the blind shots would send world-class players into revolt.Whatever happened to all the talk about a world-class skills revolution?They have all blossomed into world-class talents, and their counties have prospered with them.He was a world-class thinker, a right-brained adept.
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