classicnoun

  • ja一流の作品
  • ena book, film or song which is well known and considered to be of very high quality, setting standards for other books, etc.

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I got five on it…
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That’s a classic right there.
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I got a classic for us.
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Okay.
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- I'm excited about this one. - Okay, I'm ready.
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Ooh.
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I hopped off the plane at LAX with a dream in my cardigan.
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Welcome to the land of fame excess, woah, am I gonna fit in?
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Dude, dude, dude, dude.
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What?
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Um, nothing.
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'Teenage Suicide: Don't Do It' is a WIP.
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That's industry talk for "work in progress."
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So we're auditioning you all with one of the classics.
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Oh, and we actually don't have the rights to this song,
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so nobody film this.
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What if we took the children's classic, 'Frosty the Snowman,' and added in a little of Channing Tatum?
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Go on.
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Hey, let's put this hat on his head and make him come alive.
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Well, that was really *bleep* weird.
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When Inception was released in 2010, it became an instant classic.
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The mind-bending thriller features dazzling effects and truly original storytelling.
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Director Christopher Nolan created a mesmerizing dream world.
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And there's nothing half-remembered about this cinematic triumph.
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Why do you think this challenge
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is only becoming popular now when the movie came out so long ago?
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Maybe because people like classics?
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I don't know.

Other meanings for classic...

classicadjective

  • enremarkably and instructively typical
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I started shaving my head 20 years ago in solidarity with my mother who was undergoing chemotherapy.
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- Oh, look, I'm so sorry— - I'm obviously lying.
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It's classic male pattern baldness.
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There are 7 suspects all with means and motive.
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It appears what we have is a classic whodunit.
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The phrase "whodunit" is a grammatical abomination.
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Please use the proper term, a "who has done this."
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I will not, however, in order to solve this case,
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we need the very finest of detectives,
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one with a unique set of skills, someone named—
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Dillman! I'll call Dillman!

classicadjective

  • ja第1級の、傑作の
  • enjudged over a period of time to be of the highest quality and outstanding of its kind
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Wait a minute.
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Slide one of your feet forward.
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Now, switch.
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Now, punch both your fists forward at the same time.
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- Are you making me do the running man? - Yeah, the original one.
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Excluding the movie and Stephen King's classic short story.
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So the third iteration.
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We're watching this classic old movie, 'Casablanca.'
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- You know Kenan, this was the first movie your father and I ever saw together. - Yeah.
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Ooh, this movie must be real old.
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I mean, ancient.
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In 2017, John and Ariana Grande sang the theme from which classic Disney film?
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'Beauty and the Beast.'
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- That's right. - Yes.
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- I loved that one. - That's right.
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The film is full of classic film and book references.
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The Commander's candy house is a nod to 'Hansel and Gretel.'
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The rainbow is a nod to 'The Wizard of Oz.'
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Their front yard is a nod to 'The Secret Garden.'
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And the Commander is a Willy Wonka type.