Translation of high-class in Spanish:

high-class

Pronunciation: /ˈhaɪˈklæs; ˌhaɪˈklɑːs/

adjective/adjetivo

  • [restaurant/hotel/establishment] de lujo; [merchandise/confectionery] de primera calidad; [area/apartment] de categoría, de alto standing (Spain/España) ; [person] de clase alta a high-class prostitute una prostituta de lujo
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    • I feel a high-class hotel with all its attendant facilities would carry more kudos than yet more apartments.
    • My dad is really uptight and we live in a fancy high-class neighborhood.
    • The fictional Montecito is a high-class casino and hotel in the heart of Vegas.

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