Ship+of+the+first+class

  • 1 First class travel — First class is the most luxurious class of accommodation on a train, passenger ship, airplane, or other conveyance. [first class. (n.d.). The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition. Retrieved October 19, 2007, from… …

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  • 2 first class — ► NOUN 1) a set of people or things grouped together as the best. 2) the best accommodation in an aircraft, train, or ship. 3) Brit. the highest division in the results of the examinations for a university degree. ► ADJECTIVE & ADVERB (first… …

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  • 3 first-class — also first class 1) ADJ If you describe something or someone as first class, you mean that they are extremely good and of the highest quality. The food was first class... She has a first class brain and is a damned good writer. Syn: first rate 2) …

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  • 4 first class — {n.} 1. The first rank; the highest class; the best group. * /The pianist was quite good but he was not in the first class./ 2. The most expensive or comfortable class of travel; the best or one of the best groups in which to travel, especially… …

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  • 5 first class — {n.} 1. The first rank; the highest class; the best group. * /The pianist was quite good but he was not in the first class./ 2. The most expensive or comfortable class of travel; the best or one of the best groups in which to travel, especially… …

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  • 6 first\ class — noun 1. the first rank; the highest class; the best group. The pianist was quite good but he was not in the first class. 2. the most expensive or comfortable class of travel; the best or one of the best groups in which to travel, especially by… …

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  • 7 first class — noun 1》 a set of people or things grouped together as the best. 2》 the best accommodation in an aircraft, train, or ship. 3》 Brit. the highest division in the results of the examinations for a university degree. adjective & adverb relating to the …

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  • 8 Ship types (The Culture) — The fictional universe of The Culture, created by Iain M Banks, contains a wide range of space vessels types, most of which contain sentient Minds and which play a key role in the society of the Culture and in the plots of the novels set within… …

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  • 9 first class — first class1 noun uncount * 1. ) the best and most expensive seats on an airplane or train, or the best and most expensive ACCOMMODATION (=place to sleep) on a ship: He s sitting in first class. 2. ) the class of mail that is used for sending… …

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  • 10 first-class — [fʉrst′klas′] adj. 1. of the highest class, rank, excellence, etc.; of the best quality 2. designating or of the most expensive accommodations [a first class cabin on a ship ] ☆ 3. designating or of a class of ordinary mail given privileged… …

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  • 11 first class — I UK / US noun [uncountable] * 1) tourism the best and most expensive seats on a plane or train, or the best and most expensive accommodation (= place to sleep) on a ship He s sitting in first class. 2) the class of post that is more expensive… …

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  • 12 ˌfirst ˈclass — noun [U] I 1) the most expensive and most comfortable way to travel on a plane, train, or ship 2) the class of post that is the quickest and most expensive II adj ˌfirst ˈclass 1) of the best quality, or of the highest standard first class… …

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  • 13 first class — I noun 1. the highest rank in a classification (Freq. 1) • Hypernyms: ↑superiority, ↑high quality 2. mail that includes letters and postcards and packages sealed against inspection • Syn: ↑1st class, ↑ …

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  • 14 Ship of the line — Line Line, n. [OE. line, AS. l[=i]ne cable, hawser, prob. from L. linea a linen thread, string, line, fr. linum flax, thread, linen, cable; but the English word was influenced by F. ligne line, from the same L. word linea. See {Linen}.] 1. A… …

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  • 15 first class — adjective a) Belonging to the best or top group in a system of classification. b) Of, or relating to the most luxurious and expensive class of accommodation on a train …

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  • 16 first class — /fɜst ˈklas/ (say ferst klahs) noun the most luxurious class of accommodation for passengers on a ship, train, aircraft, etc …

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  • 17 Bellona class ship of the line — The Bellona class ships of the line were a class of five 74 gun third rates, whose design for the Royal Navy by Sir Thomas Slade was approved on 31 January 1758. Three ships were ordered on 28 December 1757, with names being assigned on 1… …

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  • 18 Armament of the Iowa class battleship — The armament of the engaged the Imperial Japanese Navy battlecruiser Kirishima at a range of convert|18500|yd|m| 2 at night.cite book | last = Mindell | first = David | title = Between Human and Machine | publisher = Johns Hopkins | date = 2002 | …

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  • 19 Duncan class ship of the line (1859) — Class overview Name: Duncan class Operators: Royal Navy Preceded by: Conqueror class Succeeded by …

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  • 20 King Sejong the Great class destroyer — The Sejong the Great class destroyers (Sejongdaewang Ham or Hangul: 세종대왕급 구축함), also known as KDX III, are guided missile destroyers of the Republic of Korea Navy. The lead ship was launched 25th May 2007, sponsored by Kwon Yang sook, the First… …

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