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lass [lasses] (a young woman or girl)
noun
[UK: læs]
[US: ˈlæs]

děvčenoun
{n}

děvenkanoun
{f}

dívkanoun
{f}

lasso [lassos] (a long rope with a sliding loop)
noun
[UK: læ.ˈsuː]
[US: ˈlæso.ʊ]

lasonoun
{n}

lasso [lassoed, lassoed, lassoing, lassoes] (to catch with a lasso)
verb
[UK: læ.ˈsuː]
[US: ˈlæso.ʊ]

zalasovatverb

class [classes] (category of seats in an airplane, train or other means of mass transportation)
noun
[UK: klɑːs]
[US: ˈklæs]

třídanoun
{f}

class [classes] (division of society into classes)
noun
[UK: klɑːs]
[US: ˈklæs]

třídanoun
{f}

class [classes] (group, collection, category or set sharing characteristics or attributes)
noun
[UK: klɑːs]
[US: ˈklæs]

třídanoun
{f}

class [classes] (group of students in a regularly scheduled meeting with a teacher)
noun
[UK: klɑːs]
[US: ˈklæs]

třídanoun
{f}

class [classes] (object-oriented programming: set of objects possibly differing in state but not behavior)
noun
[UK: klɑːs]
[US: ˈklæs]

třídanoun
{f}

class [classes] (social grouping, based on job, wealth, etc.)
noun
[UK: klɑːs]
[US: ˈklæs]

třídanoun
{f}

class [classes] (taxonomy: classification below Phylum and above Order)
noun
[UK: klɑːs]
[US: ˈklæs]

třídanoun
{f}

class diagram (type of static structure diagram)
noun

diagram třídnoun
{m}

classic (exemplary of a particular style)
adjective
[UK: ˈklæ.sɪk]
[US: ˈklæ.sɪk]

klasickýadjective
{m}

classic (exhibiting timeless quality)
adjective
[UK: ˈklæ.sɪk]
[US: ˈklæ.sɪk]

klasickýadjective
{m}

classical (literature etc)
adjective
[UK: ˈkl̩æ.sɪkl]
[US: ˈkl̩æ.sɪk.l̩]

klasickýadjective

classical antiquity (the Greco-Roman period of history)
proper noun

antikaproper noun
{f}

Classical Arabic proper noun

klasická arabštinaproper noun
{f}

classical music (music of the classical period)
noun
[UK: ˈkl̩æ.sɪkl ˈmjuː.zɪk]
[US: ˈkl̩æ.sɪk.l̩ ˈmjuː.zɪk]

klasická hudbanoun
{f}

classicism (classical traditions of the art and architecture of ancient Greece and Rome)
noun
[UK: ˈklæ.sɪ.sɪzm]
[US: ˈklæ.sə.ˌsɪ.zəm]

klasicismusnoun
{m}

classification [classifications] (act of forming into classes)
noun
[UK: ˌklæ.sɪ.fɪˈk.eɪʃ.n̩]
[US: ˌklæ.sə.fəˈk.eɪʃ.n̩]

klasifikacenoun
{f}

classify [classified, classified, classifying, classifies] (identify or divide into classes)
verb
[UK: ˈklæ.sɪ.faɪ]
[US: ˈklæ.sə.ˌfaɪ]

klasifikovatverb

classified advertisement (newspaper or website advertisements under categories)
noun
[UK: ˈklæ.sɪ.faɪd əd.ˈvɜː.tɪ.smənt]
[US: ˈklæ.sə.ˌfaɪd əd.ˈvɝː.təz.mənt]

inzerátnoun
{m}

classifier [classifiers] (someone who classifies)
noun
[UK: ˈklæ.sɪ.faɪə(r)]
[US: ˈklæ.sɪ.faɪər]

klasifikátornoun
{m}

classless (not divided into societal or economic groups)
adjective
[UK: ˈklɑː.sləs]
[US: ˈklæ.sləs]

beztřídníadjective

classmate [classmates] (student who is in the same class at school)
noun
[UK: ˈklɑː.smeɪt]
[US: ˈklæ.ˌsmet]

spolužačkanoun
{f}

spolužáknoun
{m}

spolužákyněnoun
{f}

classroom [classrooms] (room in a school)
noun
[UK: ˈklæ.sruːm]
[US: ˈklæs.ˌruːm]

třídanoun
{f}

učebnanoun
{f}

declassify [declassified, declassified, declassifying, declassifies] (remove the classification from; lift the restrictions on)
verb
[UK: ˌdiː.ˈklæ.sɪ.faɪ]
[US: dɪ.ˈklæ.sə.ˌfaɪ]

odtajnitverb

equivalence class (Any one of the subsets into which an equivalence relation partition is set)
noun
[UK: ɪ.ˈkwɪ.və.ləns klɑːs]
[US: ɪ.ˈkwɪ.və.ləns ˈklæs]

třída ekvivalencenoun
{f}

first class (belonging to the best group in a system of classification)
adjective
[UK: ˈfɜːst klɑːs]
[US: ˈfɝːst ˈklæs]

prvotřídníadjective

glass wool [glass wools] (insulating material)
noun
[UK: ˈɡlɑːs wʊl]
[US: ˈɡlæs ˈwʊl]

skelná vatanoun
{f}

glassblower [glassblowers] (person skilled in the art of glassblowing)
noun
[UK: ˈɡlæˌsbloə(r)]
[US: ˈɡlæˌsbloər]

sklářnoun
{m}

glassmaker noun

sklářnoun
{m}

glassworks (a factory that produces glass)
noun

sklárnanoun
{f}

hourglass (clock)
noun

přesýpací hodinynoun
{f-Pl}

I lost my glasses phrase

ztratil jsem brýlephrase
{m}

ztratila jsem brýlephrase
{f}

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