luxury.

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English - Turkish
lüks

Lüks içinde yaşarlardı. - They used to live in luxury.

O lüks içinde yaşardı. - She used to live in luxury.

zevk
lüks hayata dalma
şatafat
fazla bolluk içinde yaşama
lüks şey
çok zevk veren şey
luxe
şatafatlı
luxury
konfor
deliciousness
lezzetlilik
lux
ışık ölçüsü birimi
lux
lüks

Bir kralın kızı olarak düşünülen ve büyük lüks içinde yetiştirilen Eleanor kocasıyla bu tersliği paylaşmaya karar verdi. - Eleanor though the daughter of a king and brought up in the greatest luxury determined to share misfortune with her husband.

Brian'ın kız arkadaşı sık sık onu lüks restoranlara götürmesi için yalvarır. - Brian's girlfriend often begs him to take her to luxurious restaurants.

lux
aydınlatma birimi
luxury
gereksiz/pahalı şey
luxury
luk
lux
i ışık ölçüsü birimi
lux
(Tıp) Işık ölçüsünün birimi
lux
(Tıp) Işık, ziya
lux
(Tıp) (luxes or luces)
lux
{i} ışık birimi
luxe
çok süslü şey
luxe
şatafatl
luxe
{s} lüks

Lüksemburg Bahçelerini ziyaret edin! - Visit the Luxembourg Gardens!

Lüksemburg'u ziyaret etmek istiyorum. - I want to visit Luxembourg.

luxe
(sıfat) lüks
luxe
de luxe lüks
English - English
LX
A luxury.
frill
luxury
something desirable but expensive
luxury
very wealthy and comfortable surroundings
luxury
{n} excess in eating, dress or pleasure
Luxury
luxe
Luxury
deliciousness
luxury
Lechery; lust
luxury
lux
luxury
Something inessential but conducive to pleasure and comfort / Something expensive or hard to obtain
luxury
Luxuriance; exuberance
luxury
Anything which pleases the senses, and is also costly, or difficult to obtain; an expensive rarity; as, silks, jewels, and rare fruits are luxuries; in some countries ice is a great luxury
luxury
Alamegh
luxury
very expensive
luxury
wealth as evidenced by sumptuous living
luxury
Luxury is very great comfort, especially among beautiful and expensive surroundings. By all accounts he leads a life of considerable luxury She was brought up in an atmosphere of luxury and wealth. = extravagance
luxury
A luxury is a pleasure which you do not often have the opportunity to enjoy. Hot baths are my favourite luxury We were going to have the luxury of a free weekend, to rest and do whatever we pleased
luxury
the quality possessed by something that is excessively expensive
luxury
{s} of or pertaining to luxury, providing luxury
luxury
{i} something which is unnecessary and often expensive, something which contributes to one's pleasure or comfort; indulgence in expensive and unnecessary items; costly and magnificent living
luxury
A free indulgence in costly food, dress, furniture, or anything expensive which gratifies the appetites or tastes
luxury
Premier property in a choice setting offering exquisite surroundings, the finest guest services and amenities Ideal for the discriminating traveler
luxury
something that is an indulgence rather than a necessity wealth as evidenced by sumptuous living
luxury
something very pleasant but not really needed in life
luxury
A luxury is something expensive which is not necessary but which gives you pleasure. A week by the sea is a luxury they can no longer afford Telephones are still a luxury in some parts of Spain, Portugal, and Greece. = extravagance
luxury
A luxury item is something expensive which is not necessary but which gives you pleasure. He could not afford luxury food on his pay He rode on the president's luxury train through his own state
luxury
something that is an indulgence rather than a necessity
luxury
elegant and sumptuous; "a deluxe car"; "luxe accommodations"; "a luxury condominium"
luxury.

    Hyphenation

    lux·u·ry

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