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deluxe
American English: /dəˈləks/
British English: /dɪˈlʌks/
, /ˈlʊks/

Translation of deluxe in Spanish:

adjective

  • de lujo
    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.

adverb

  • (travel/fly)
    en clase de lujo

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