I’m not sure if I understand you correctly but, if I do, then the answer is…sort of.
SASS writes your CSS for you based on what is, effectively, shorthand notation.
If you have styles that are common to those classes you can define those as a base ‘style’ and then that base style is ‘extended’ to other classes.
For instance you might have a class called
.asset which has certain styles which will be common to all those ‘sub-classes’.
Then in your SASS you create a new class, say,
.asset-download and @extend the
.asset class to include that base styling then you add any special styles that or unique to that subclass.