Definition of deluxe
: notably luxurious, elegant, or expensive a deluxe edition deluxe hotels
Examples of deluxe in a Sentence
the deluxe model of the car
The deluxe edition of the book includes many more illustrations.
Recent Examples of deluxe from the Web
As for the hotel proper, there are seven deluxe rooms, the largest and most expensive of which is the Captain’s Quarters.
All 500 of the deluxe edition sold immediately at a price of $50 (about $2000 in today’s dollars), and half of the less expensive print run had sold out by April.
A silent auction included deluxe items, including naming rights for the Holy Name of Jesus Auditorium, won by Mary and Stuart Briscoe, and four one-day Park Hopper passes to Walt Disney World in Orlando.
Now the game is available in a deluxe edition for the Switch.
The standard LT model, which starts at $37,495, features the same powertrain, same battery and same range as the more deluxe Premier.
Fraser-Harding, who's focused on catalog, oversaw eight deluxe reissues of Phil Collins' hit albums.
The super-deluxe box-set edition is available on Amazon for $117.99.
Now, buoyed by the early success of Lovegety, Erfolg is planning to make a deluxe model — effective up to a range of 100 meters.
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Origin and Etymology of deluxe
French de luxe, literally, of luxury
First Known Use: 1819
DELUXE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of deluxe for English Language Learners
: of better quality and usually more expensive than the usual ones of its kind : very luxurious
DELUXE Defined for Kids
Definition of deluxe for Students
: very fine or luxurious
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