Adjective(1) designed for consumers with high incomes
(1) The downtown is dominated by modern skyscrapers and upmarket shopping malls.(2) The atmosphere is upmarket smart casual; the maitre d' wore a jacket and an open collar shirt.(3) They were forced to move out of their home, in the upmarket Morningside area of Edinburgh, and into care when old age caught up with them.(4) Baqueira is an upmarket Pyrenean ski resort frequented by the Spanish royal family.(5) It's 10 minutes from the centre in an upmarket and pretty area.(6) Contrary to tradition, there are claims that festivals are going upmarket this year.(7) This was no ordinary place; it was an upmarket historic inn and its chef clearly knew his stuff.(8) It will include an upmarket 90-bedroom four star hotel and a craft market.(9) He said the building once completed would be an upmarket and expensive outlet.(10) They will also visit some of the city's trendy stores and hotels, to find out more about the upmarket section of the service industry.(11) It was so upmarket that we could only afford a room between us, with one double bed.(12) It's only a stone's throw from the main upmarket shopping centre with its designer and mid-market stores.(13) This week, Dell said it would like to take its product line upmarket .(14) This optimistic move comes at a time when other hotels in the upmarket sector have been suffering losses.(15) Sky Bar is fine if you want an upmarket expensive bar to drink in before dinner but it is nothing special.(16) The ambience around the discreetly upmarket Le Faubourg hotel in the centre of Paris shows little hint of the eminence contained within.
(1) up-market :: アップ市場
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