2 = classic, classical, vintage, conventional, classicising [classicizing, -USA], classicised [classicized, -USA], vintage.Ex. The classic and well-known example of such a distinction is that which is frequently found in libraries where books are arranged in separate sequences according to their size; for example, octavo, quarto and folio.Ex. Music, especially classical works, often requires the establishment of a uniform title.Ex. Indeed, advantage was taken of the tenth anniversary of British membership to make 1983 a vintage year for monographs on the European Communities.Ex. The foregoing discussion concerning analytical entries assumes implicitly a conventional catalogue format, that is, card, microform or other printed catalogue.Ex. By modelling her portraits on ancient Roman busts, she was responding to cultural and political forces which fostered a classicizing style.Ex. His Cubist still lifes with figures rendered in a sketchily classicized style echoes the conflict between the academic and the avant-garde in the early 20th century.Ex. When she discovered vintage comics and their lurid covers, she went nuts.----* a imitación de lo clásico = classicising [classicizing, -USA], classicised [classicized, -USA].* arquitectura clásica = classical architecture.* ejemplo clásico = classical example.* época clásica, la = classical age, the.* imitando a lo clásico = classicising [classicizing, -USA], classicised [classicized, -USA].* latín clásico = Classical Latin.* literatura clásica = classical literature.* mundo clásico, el = classical world, the.* neoclásico = neoclassical [neo-classical].* obra anónima clásica = anonymous classic.* texto clásico = classical text.
Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.