worldclass

world-class

[wurld-klas, -klahs]
adjective
1.
ranking among the world's best; outstanding: a world-class orchestra.
2.
attracting or comprising world-class players, performers, etc.: a world-class tennis tournament.
3.
Informal. being a notorious example of its kind: a world-class slob.
Also, worldclass.


Origin:
1945–50

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world-class
 
adj
of or denoting someone with a skill or attribute that puts him or her in the highest class in the world: a world-class swimmer

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