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    a ten-year class reunion?

    I don't know how to say a phrase in English. If we held our college class reunion for the first time ten years after graduating from college. Is it called a ten-year class reunion or a class reunion after ten years? Or is there any other way of saying it? Thank you so much.

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    Re: a ten-year class reunion?

    It would usually be called a ten-year (class) reunion. I put class in parentheses because it would normally be understood by the listeners.

    We are having our ten-year reunion.

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