Definition of Class:
stylish; with panache
Sentence/Example of Class:
A Senate report published Wednesday claimed that policy delayed 7 percent of the country’s first-class mail in the five weeks after it took effect.
His diction, that booming voice, his intensity, are in a class by themselves.
The researchers found that there was no difference in outcomes between the three kinds of classes.
We could go to classes remotely from our homes or from our dorm rooms.
With only eight students left, leadership at Lincoln High decided to cancel the class after the first quarter, as Scott Lewis reports in a new story on Williams’ ordeal.
You can buy first-class stamps at any post office or even online.
She said she was pleased that the district had announced an initiative at the July board meeting that would allow any student to take an AP class online if the in-person class is not offered at their own school.
This set of online classes and resources will be free to K-12 teachers and students across the country, and will be fully funded by the private sector.
Cook County Public Guardian Charles Golbert, who filed a class-action lawsuit in late 2018 on behalf of some of the children, said the youngest child held during the last fiscal year was a 3-year-old girl.
Navigating video call appsMost schools are using a video call platform for their classes, Zoom being the most popular.