Definition of deluxe in English:

deluxe

Line breaks: de¦luxe
Pronunciation: /dɪˈlʌks
 
, ˈlʊks
 
/

adjective

Luxurious or sumptuous; of a superior kind: a deluxe hotel
More example sentences
  • Instead, we see the upper crust and their fabulous lifestyles: fashionably dressed heroes and heroines, luxuriously furnished buildings, de luxe cars, and posh hotels.
  • All we are saying is that we aspire to be the finest de luxe hotel in the city.
  • What this article does argue is that the first-class or de luxe resort hotel market was not the most profitable or the best long-term investment for the companies.
Synonyms
luxurious, luxury, sumptuous, palatial, opulent, splendid, magnificent, lavish, grand, rich, superior, high-class, quality, exclusive, choice, select, elegant, well appointed, fancy; expensive, costly; Britishupmarket
informal plush, plushy, posh, classy, ritzy, swanky, pricey, fancy-pants
British informal swish
North American informal swank, loaded
rare palatian, Lucullan

Origin

early 19th century: French de luxe, literally 'of luxury'.

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