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Adjective: first-class  'furst'klãs
Usage: Brit
  1. Very good; of the highest quality
    "a first-class mind";
    - excellent [Brit], fantabulous [Brit], splendid [Brit], ripping [Brit], amazeballs [Brit, non-standard, informal], beaut [Brit, Austral, NZ], awesome [Brit, informal], beezer [Brit, archaic], top-drawer [Brit]
Noun: first class  furst klãs
  1. The highest rank in a classification
  2. Mail that includes letters and postcards and packages sealed against inspection
    - 1st class, first-class mail, 1st-class mail
  3. The most expensive accommodations on a ship, train or plane
Adverb: first class  furst klãs
  1. By first class conveyance; with first class accommodations
    "we always travel first class"

Derived forms: first classes

See also: ace, blinding [Brit], brill [Brit], cushty [Brit], def, magic [Brit], sick [N. Amer], smokin', smoking, stonking [Brit], storming [Brit], super, super-duper, superior, wicked

Type of: accommodation, high quality, mail, superiority

Encyclopedia: First-class

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