classic clásico


classic = clásico

Pronunciation =  classic

Pronunciation in Spanish = clásico

classic in Spanish: clásico

Part of speechNoun


Definition in English: adjective: of recognized authority or excellence

Noun: A work of acknowledged excellence and authority or its author; — originally used of Greek and Latin works or authors, but now applied to authors and works of a like character in any language. 

Definition in Spanish: adjetivo: de reconocida autoridad o excelencia

Sustantivo: Una obra de reconocida excelencia y autoridad o su autor; – originalmente utilizado para obras o autores griegos y latinos, pero ahora aplicado a autores y obras de carácter similar en cualquier idioma.

Examples in English:

  • It’s a classic tale of unrequited love

Examples in Spanish:

  • Es una historia clásica de amor no correspondido.

Synonyms of classic

Synonyms in Spanish Clásica, vintage, primo, superior (feminine)
Clásico, vintage, primo, superior (masculine)
Synonyms in English classical, vintage, prime, superior

Antonyms of classic

Antonyms in Spanish Inferior, mediocre, ordinaria (feminine)
Inferior, mediocre, ordinario (masculine)
Antonyms in English inferior, mediocre, ordinary

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