Definition of 'world-class'
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There are at least six actual or potential world-class players in the squad. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He is a world-class player. The Sun (2017)He's a world-class player and he will go down in history. The Sun (2017)To become a world-class team that's what we have to do against the very best. The Sun (2016)But he is a world-class player and I am sure in the next few weeks we will see what he is really about. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They are both world-class players and pose obvious dangers. The Sun (2016)But you have to help guys become world-class. Times, Sunday Times (2006)This week we have seen exactly what a really world-class performer is capable of. The Sun (2010)You normally only get one truly world-class player in a generation but we have two. The Sun (2016)Both are world-class players who can score at any moment. The Sun (2015)Our one and only truly world-class performer is the claim. The Sun (2011)Some of us have recognised this and have become world-class in the niche areas we decide to inhabit. Times, Sunday Times (2007)These guys are proven world-class performers. The Sun (2013)One of the most noteworthy attributes of world-class teams and performers is the intellectual clarity that they bring to their most brutal disappointments. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It is a world-class facility and one which will not only be used by our top footballers but also by people involved in grassroots. The Sun (2012)I have said for a long time that he has been our one truly world-class striker. The Sun (2013)In a team of great commitment, he may just be the only world-class player. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The midfielder has become a world-class player since leaving Barcelona. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He is a world-class player, and it is a shame he is injured. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It is so awful that one world-class restaurant just isn't enough. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He's shown what a world-class player he is year after year scoring the goals. The Sun (2014)One of its big secrets is that it is working-class sport performed by world-class performers. The Sun (2015)He has been scoring since then and is another player - a world-class one. The Sun (2007)And a few world-class players. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Once again, proved himself as a world-class performer. The Sun (2009)Forget that England have only one world-class player. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He is a world-class performer, but we knew what he was going to bring. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But we still couldn't stop the one truly world-class player on the pitch. The Sun (2014)If the time commanded attention, so too did the very rare sight of a world-class swimmer racing without goggles. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It was a great day to see the minnows like ourselves perform so well against such world-class players, and to be the better side. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'world-class'
British English: world-class ADJECTIVE
A world-class sports player, performer, or organization is one of the best in the world.
He was determined to become a world-class player.
- American English: world-class
- Brazilian Portuguese: entre os melhores do mundo
- Chinese: 世界级的
- European Spanish: de nivel mundial
- French: de niveau internationalN
- German: Weltklasse-
- Italian: di livello mondiale
- Japanese: 世界で一流の
- Korean: 세계적 수준의
- European Portuguese: entre os melhores do mundo
- Spanish: de nivel mundial
Definition of world-class from the Collins English Dictionary
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