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adjective British English pronunciation: first class

or first-class British English pronunciation: first-class

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  1. 2
    tourism relating to the best and most expensive seats on a plane or a train, or the best and most expensive accommodation on a ship

    a first class ticket

    The price includes first-class rail travel to Paris.

  2. 3
    relating to the class of post that is more expensive and quicker than second class

    Three first class stamps please.

    Use first class post to avoid delay.

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