Examples of upmarket in a Sentence
an upmarket restaurant that is quite pricey but also quite good
Recent Examples of upmarket from the Web
To continue reading this story, TRY IT NOW Feast backs up the glam with top-flight cocktails, lamb kebabs, an upmarket cheeseburger and mussels unafraid to flex some high-spice muscle.
That's a lot of scratch for a car that doesn't have an upmarket interior and is lacking in safety features.
Unlike China, Russia and Germany — all of whom have their embassies in upmarket West London locations north of the river Thames — the new U.S. Embassy is in Nine Elms, a former industrial area in Battersea.
The Platinum Reserve is the most upmarket rendition of the Titan XD, Nissan’s heavy-duty full-sized pickup.
Increasing competition from upmarket S.U.V.s and trucks is adding to the struggles of the luxury makers.
The Latinobarómetro poll suggests that criminal cases filed against Fernando Karadima, the priest in charge of El Bosque, an upmarket parish in Santiago, triggered an exodus from the church.
But in February Nordstrom, a department store, dropped the fashion line and Neiman Marcus, another upmarket retailer, stopped selling her jewellery.
Also, not every automaker offers such a program, and the ones that do are typically for more upmarket shoppers.
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First Known Use of upmarket
UPMARKET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of upmarket for English Language Learners
: made for or appealing to people who have a lot of money
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