贅沢, 奢侈, 豪奢, 華奢, 栄華, 栄耀, 豪勢, おごり
Noun(1) something that is an indulgence rather than a necessity(2) the quality possessed by something that is excessively expensive(3) wealth as evidenced by sumptuous living
(1) Indeed most of the large new hotels are being built to US fire and safety codes so that they can eventually be sold to worldwide luxury hotel chains.(2) Why would you abandon this comfort and luxury to perform on the Fringe?(3) It enabled her to keep her family in comfort and enough luxury to feel a part of the American dream.(4) Although some hotels and luxury food stores compete to serve the first grouse of the season, many of the birds go to overseas markets.(5) The imposition of luxury tax on five-star hotels by State Governments also does not help the tourist.(6) While luxury gives us comfort, we should realize that this is not sustainable.(7) I opened the door and went in, still struck by the sheer comfort and luxury of the room.(8) There is a lot of emphasis on comfort and luxury with the new car.(9) I know that I won't have all the comforts and luxury in Israel but I don't care for that.(10) Anyone interested in a presidential yacht, luxury cars, presidential houses and rest houses by the beach?(11) On the whole, Americans don't do luxury ski hotels as well as the Europeans.(12) This seems a small price for a swindler to pay for enjoying a life of luxury at the expense of the small business community.(13) By 2000, Pringle had reinvented the twinset again as a sleek, modern garment, a symbol of comfort and luxury .(14) I do not believe that the real life of this nation is to be found in the great luxury hotels or so-called fashionable suburbs.(15) You have stepped into sheer luxury with spacious and comfortable accommodations.(16) Boarding the luxury yacht was strange - walk along a gangway, but then pull yourself up on a rope that enabled you to clamber aboard.
(1) luxury goods :: 高級品
1. opulence ::
2. indulgence ::
3. sumptuosity ::
1. basic ::
2. essential ::
3. fundamental ::
4. must ::
5. necessity ::
Different Formsluxuries, luxury
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"Known for perpetrating numerous robberies
at jeweller’s and LUXURY shops,
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 9
When war breaks out,
no one can afford the LUXURY of a rhino.
The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 3
English to Japanese Dictionary: luxury
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