Definition of 'classy'
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The classy cast adds weight to a touching story. The Sun (2012)This is a classy courtroom drama which plays its cards close until the very end. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Surely they could have worn something a bit classier? Times, Sunday Times (2014)But some game support is provided by a classy cast. The Sun (2007)He was in one episode of the classy drama as a young man falsely accused of murder. The Sun (2012)This is such a classy drama. The Sun (2010)He provided a classy finish to a neat pass from Oscar. The Sun (2013)She is refined, elegant and classy and comes from a respectable family. The Sun (2013)There's something quite stylish and classy about it. The Sun (2008)We want something classy, but on trend. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The phone fits the hand well, looks stylish and feels classy. The Sun (2016)It comes from the clothes, classy and stylish but not loud. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The on-screen chemistry between the two leads makes this drama a classy weepy. The Sun (2010)His classy finish might have come as a bit of a surprise to regular watchers at the Reebok. The Sun (2010)I thought she looked elegant and classy. The Sun (2013)Classy display at the back. The Sun (2012)Classy finish sealed vital win. The Sun (2013)Oxford looked to be heading for a third draw in a row but Constable had other ideas and won it with a classy finish. The Sun (2012)I want something classy and elegant, but not too trendy. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The classy thriller, and series, concludes next week. The Sun (2015)Presented in a classy display case, it is carved from finest green plastic and features three probing fingers to reach the most inaccessible of nooks. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It looks classy and elegant and is very'now '. The Sun (2015)
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Used Occasionally. classy is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'classy'
British English: classy ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone or something as classy, you mean they are stylish and sophisticated.
The star put in a classy performance.
Definition of classy from the Collins English Dictionary
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