world-class

adj. Means you're best in class, a benchmark. If your product, service or solution ain't world-class, you might as well close up shop and go home. Luckily, everything at your corporation is either world-class now, or will be by next quarter. Or at least that's what management's been telling everyone.

Business English jargon and slang. 2014.

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  • world-class — [wʉrldklas′] adj. of the highest class, as in international competition …   English World dictionary

  • World Class — es el primer EP grabado y producido por World Class Wreckin Cru, grupo de electro de Los Ángeles. Fue publicado en 1985 en el sello discográfico Kru Cut. Entre los temas del disco figuran Juice y Surgery , que fueron singles populares en la… …   Wikipedia Español

  • world-class — adj among the best in the world ▪ a world class tennis champion ▪ world class research facilities …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • world-class — world′ class′ or world′class′ adj. 1) cvb ranked among the world s best; of the highest caliber: a world class orchestra[/ex] 2) cvb attracting or comprising first rank players, performers, etc • Etymology: 1945–50 …   From formal English to slang

  • world-class — adjective one of the best in the world: a world class swimmer …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • world-class — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ of or among the best in the world …   English terms dictionary

  • world-class — adjective ranking above all others was first in her class the foremost figure among marine artists the top graduate • Syn: ↑first, ↑foremost • Similar to: ↑best * * * ¦  …   Useful english dictionary

  • World Class — Infobox Album | Name = World Class Type = Album Artist = World Class Wreckin Cru Released = 1985 Recorded = Genre = Electro hop Length = Label = Kru Cut Records Producer = Dr. Dre, DJ Yella Reviews = World Class is the first album recorded and… …   Wikipedia

  • world-class — /werrld klas , klahs /, adj. 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… …   Universalium

  • world-class — ADJ: usu ADJ n A world class sports player, performer, or organization is one of the best in the world. [JOURNALISM] He was determined to become a world class player. ...some of Britain s few world class companies …   English dictionary

  • world-class — mod. absolutely top rate. □ Now this is a world class computer. Lots and lots of memory. □ I want to see one of your world class automobiles, whatever that might mean. □ This one isn’t world class …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

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