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classics

/ (ˈklæsɪks) /
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pl n
the classics a body of literature regarded as great or lasting, esp that of ancient Greece or Rome
the classics the ancient Greek and Latin languages
(functioning as singular) ancient Greek and Roman culture considered as a subject for academic study
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