Definition of deluxe in English:

deluxe

Pronunciation: /ˈlʊks//dɪˈlʌks/

adjective

  • Luxurious or sumptuous; of a superior kind.

    ‘a deluxe hotel’
    • ‘New this season are two super de luxe suites and a huge ice chandelier above the bar.’
    • ‘Theirs was the Prince of Wales carriage, an historic carriage of de luxe suites which smelt of cedar polish.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘The real editor's room - the oak-panelled office on the third floor - is merely de luxe.’
    • ‘The series was set in Wapping, in what has since become a gentrified landscape, home to prosperous businesses and City types who dwell in its newly built de luxe homes.’
    • ‘All we are saying is that we aspire to be the finest de luxe hotel in the city.’
    • ‘The standard package includes a de luxe room and champagne on arrival, for £350.’
    • ‘He may have masterminded the design of many of his stock of objects de luxe and automata, but they were made in the workshops of leading craftsmen nearby.’
    • ‘Instead, we see the upper crust and their fabulous lifestyles: fashionably dressed heroes and heroines, luxuriously furnished buildings, de luxe cars, and posh hotels.’
    • ‘They offer a whole range of facials, massage, pedicure, manicure and chiropody treatments, ranging in price from £24 for a basic pedicure to £39 for the super de luxe.’
    • ‘Twenty thousand copies are expected to be published, among which there will be a limited de luxe edition with silk end-sheets bound in gold blocked leather.’
    • ‘Their resort hotels, like most of their city centre establishments, were aimed at customers seeking first-class or even de luxe accommodation.’
    luxurious, luxury, sumptuous, palatial, opulent, splendid, magnificent, lavish, grand, rich, superior, high-class, quality, exclusive, choice, select, elegant, well appointed, fancy
    expensive, costly
    upmarket
    plush, plushy, posh, classy, ritzy, swanky, pricey, fancy-pants
    swish
    swank, loaded
    palatian, lucullan
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Origin

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

Pronunciation:

deluxe

/ˈlʊks//dɪˈlʌks/