And she has amassed a world-class 10,000-volume library devoted to botany through the ages.
They're augmented by globetrotters who want second and third homes in world-class cities.
The local arts and culture scene has evolved to, if not world-class levels, at least those seen in other similarly-sized cities.
She accused Schmidt of being ‘abusive,’ ‘abrasive’ and ‘nothing short of a world-class bully.’
And yet it is run by corrupt politicians, world-class kleptomaniacs, whose greed is matched only by their incompetence to govern.
London is a world-class medical center to which patients flock from all over the world for state-of-the-art medical procedures.
Ultimately they must make Britain a world-class high-tech exporter.
I knew he would understand, because George H.W. Bush is a world-class weeper.
At most of these world-class universities, admission is still very selective.
That's a test that reflects the world-class standards our children must meet for the new era.
Very superior; outstanding; super-excellent: a few of the nasties are scenery-chomping world-class scum/ took one look at me and bolted off in world-class time!
[1950+; fr the superiority of an athlete who competes successfully in the Olympic Games or other worldwide events]