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Definition of high-ticket in English:

adjective

Another term for big-ticket.
Example sentences
  • Democrats are staging a high-ticket fund-raiser on Santa Monica Pier.
  • It also decided not to expand its accessories business further, mainly table-top goods, as this was not seen as an suitable fit with high-ticket items.
  • Those high-ticket tables allow buyers that early shopping opportunity, first dibs on the best of the stuff.

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