What does classic mean

classic (German)

Part of speech: adjective

Increases:
positive classic, Comparative more classic, Superlative most classic
Hyphenation:
classic, comparative: classic, superlative: most classic
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈKlasɪʃ]
Word meaning / definition:
1) history concerning the ancient classics
2) Music, poetry: having stylistic characteristics of the classical period
3) perfect, timelessly shaped
4) conventional, traditional, valid as a role model
5) in typical expression, form
Origin of the term:
from Middle Latin: classicus 'Exemplary, exemplary' borrowed in the 18th century; from Latin: classicus “Belonging to the first class of citizens”; out classis ,Class'
Synonyms:
1) antique
3) timeless
4) traditional, exemplary
5) typical
Opposite words:
1) medieval, modern
2) romantic, modern
5) unique, atypical
Subordinate terms:
1) neoclassical
Application examples:
1) The classic Philosophy is the basis of further development.
2) The classic Literature is still valued by many.
3) The coat has a classic Template.
4) “The classic The era of industrial mass production is history, at least in Europe. "
5) This is a more classic Case of fraud.
Word formations:
Classicism

Translations

  • English: 1) classic, classical
  • Hebrew: 1) קלאסי (classic)
    • Bokmål: 1) classic
  • Swedish: classic
  • Turkish: 1) classic

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

When jazz classic becomes.
young world, November 29, 2018

They are available with toy figures, self-made with lots of odds and ends and whole classic with pictures or chocolate. But advent calendars can also be read aloud.
Bernerzeitung.ch, November 18, 2018

Of the classic Violin fig to the indestructible mother-in-law's tongue.
BuzzFeed, June 11, 2019

The program is predominant classic-romantic.
Kölnische Rundschau, December 24, 2018

Above Lake Molveno in the Brenta Dolomites, you can hike and relax classic stop in Italian.
DiePresse.com, September 24, 2020

Moving images are still becoming common classic used linearly, emphasized a ZDF representative at Fiberweek.
heise online, October 14, 2020

So far Thuringia is not hiring classic trained teachers tend to be reluctant.
GMX, December 27, 2019

Carnival once classic - the Friends of the Concert Organ have one for the Seelz audience in the Dreifaltigkeitskirche classic Concert evening brings. Members of the Hanover State Opera presented Italian music.
Hannoversche Allgemeine, February 24, 2020

The FPÖ has its election campaign on Friday evening classic concluded with beer, sausages, Schlager music and red-white-red flags at Lendplatz in Graz. The topics and the language were also classically liberal.
ORF, November 23, 2019

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Grammar / Declinations

Classical Inflection - The declension of the adjective classical

 NominativeGenitivedativeaccusative
definite article
Masculinethe classic oneof the classicthe classicthe classic
Femininethe classicthe classicthe classicthe classic
neuterthe classicof the classicthe classicthe classic
Pluralthe classicthe classicthe classicthe classic
indefinite article
Masculinea classic oneof a classica classica classic
Femininea classic onea classica classica classic one
neutera classic oneof a classica classica classic one
without article
Masculinemore classicclassicclassicclassic
Feminineclassicmore classicmore classicclassic
neuterclassicclassicclassicclassic
Pluralclassicmore classicclassicclassic

Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • venerable
  • traditional: common for a long time
  • traditionally
  • ancestral
  • common: in use; in current use; used with a certain frequency
  • brought here
  • conventional: in such a way that it corresponds to general practice; has always been common
  • conventional: in accordance with applicable conventions; based on conventional techniques; Linguistics based on social agreement
  • handed down: in the sense of passing on the traditional
  • traditional: according to tradition, according to tradition, conveyed through a tradition
  • come over: to be seized by feelings; obsolete received as inheritance, inherited, handed down
  • handed down
  • average: on average; corresponding to the average, representing it, in the manner of the average; not remarkable, mediocre, modest; normal, general, in general
  • on average
  • on average
  • in average (coll.)
  • of average kind and quality (technical, also ironic)
  • as you know him (generalizing)
  • typical: embodying a certain general type; characteristic of a particular individual; obsolete as a sample / role model
  • practiced (fig.)
  • everyday: without particularity; so normal that it is part of everyday life; related to everyday life
  • on the agenda (fig.)
  • the rule (to be)
  • common practice: common and widespread
  • common: in use; in current use; used in a certain frequency
  • common: to be familiar to someone: known, familiar; common, common, used, often used
  • usually: as is usually or always under these circumstances; within the norm; Colloquially, in relation to persons: being of low upbringing
  • common: very common, widespread, commonplace; related to goods: easy to sell; accessible to a movement usable
  • commercially available (fig.): as it is usually handled on the market or in this market segment; the way it is normal and easy to buy in the market
  • conventional: in such a way that it corresponds to general practice; has always been common
  • often: occurring many times, many times, occurring again and again
  • not an isolated case
  • conventional: in accordance with applicable conventions; based on conventional techniques; Linguistics based on social agreement
  • one knows that (from) (coll., expression)
  • not infrequently
  • normal: without increasing existing (social, scientific, medical, subjectively experienced) norms; corresponding to similar events over longer periods of time; usually; without increase, math: at right angles / orthogonally
  • customary in the area
  • daily bread (to be)
  • spread: to be found in a large number of people or in a large number of cases
  • widespread
  • widespread: very, common; occurring in many places
  • belong to the daily bread
  • common: common or common, normal
  • high class
  • higher class
  • exemplary: serving as a role model, making a good impression
  • accomplished: completed, brought to an end; flawless, flawless
  • Timeless: not subject to a particular fashion or era

Another word (synonym) for classical - source: OpenThesaurus


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chess:… Check and mate! keeping someone in check Typical combinations of words: 1) play chess, classic chess, a game of chess 2) stand in chess, offer chess Derived ...

Carthage:… Cartagine Catalan: 1) Cartago Latin (ecclesiastical): 1) Carthage Latin (classical): 1) Carthago Manx: 1) Yn Chairtaig Dutch: 1)…

ἄνθρωπος: ἄνθρωπος (ancient Greek) part of speech: noun, (male) romanization / transcription: ánthrōpos, plural: ánthrōpoi pronunciation / stress: classical IPA: ...

vas: ... Glass, the drinking glass Origin of the term: from the vulgar Latin vasum going back to the classical Latin vas (Gen .: vasis) Translations See translations for glass ...

deus sive natura: deus sive natura (Latin) part of speech: word combination syllable separation: deus sive natura pronunciation / stress: IPA: classical: [ˈdɛʊs si: wə na: ˈtu: ra] German:…


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classic (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: classical | si | cal pronunciation / stress: IPA: [ˈklasɪʃə]…

classic (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: klas | si | schem Pronunciation / stress: IPA: [ˈklasɪʃm̩]…

classic (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: Classical Grammatical Features: Genitive Singular ...

more classic (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: classical | si | scher Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA: [ˈklas…]…

more classic (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: klas | si | sche | re Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈklasɪʃəʁə]…

more classic (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: klas | si | sche | rem Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…

more classic (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: klas | si | sche | ren Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…

more classic (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: classic | si | sche | rer pronunciation / stress: IPA: ...

more classic (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: klas | si | sche | res Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈklasɪʃəʁəs]…

classic (German) Part of Speech: Adverb Hyphenation: klas | si | scher | wei | se Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈklasɪʃɐˌvaɪ̯zə]…

classic (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: klas | si | sches Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈklasɪʃəs]…

classic arabic (German) Part of speech: noun, (neuter) Other spellings: Classical Arabic Hyphenation: klas | si | sches…

classic standard Arabic (German) Part of speech: noun, (neuter) syllable separation: classic | si | sches high | arab | bish, no plural ...