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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} 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.

O, lüks bir hayat sürdü. - He led a life of luxury.

lüks hayata dalma
{i} zevk
lüks şey
çok zevk veren şey
fazla bolluk içinde yaşama
gereksiz/pahalı şey
{i} şatafat
luxury cabin
(Turizm) lüks kabin
luxury car
lüks araba
luxury goods
(Turizm) lüks mal
luxury tourism
(Turizm) lüks turizm
luxury tax
lüks vergisi
luxury articles
(Ticaret) lüks mallar
luxury hotel
luxury trade
(Ticaret) lüks mallar ticareti
live in luxury
saltanat sürmek
live in luxury
lüks içinde yaşamak
lap of luxury
servet ve konfor
lapped in luxury
lükse gömülmüş
lapped in luxury
lüks içinde
(Ticaret) lüks mallar

Aynı şekilde, sıradan insanların böylesine lüks malları satın almaya parasal güçleri yetemez. - As it is, ordinary people cannot afford to purchase such luxuries.

unnecessary luxury
kel başa şimşir tarak
İngilizce - İngilizce
very wealthy and comfortable surroundings
very expensive
something very pleasant but not really needed in life
something desirable but expensive
{n} excess in eating, dress or pleasure
Luxuriance; exuberance
elegant and sumptuous; "a deluxe car"; "luxe accommodations"; "a luxury condominium"
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
wealth as evidenced by sumptuous living
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
the quality possessed by something that is excessively expensive
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
A free indulgence in costly food, dress, furniture, or anything expensive which gratifies the appetites or tastes
Premier property in a choice setting offering exquisite surroundings, the finest guest services and amenities Ideal for the discriminating traveler
something that is an indulgence rather than a necessity wealth as evidenced by sumptuous living
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
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
{s} of or pertaining to luxury, providing luxury
something that is an indulgence rather than a necessity
Lechery; lust
{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
Something inessential but conducive to pleasure and comfort / Something expensive or hard to obtain
luxury tax
Any tax on the sale of items not considered to be essential to a reasonable standard of living; either to increase revenue, or to discourage the use of certain articles
luxury taxes
plural form of luxury tax
luxury apartment
costly apartment, richly furnished and decorated apartment
luxury car
high-quality car which is expensive and has many additional features
luxury goods
Luxury goods are things which are not necessary, but which give you pleasure or make your life more comfortable. increased taxes on luxury goods, such as boats, fur coats and expensive cars
luxury liner
a liner equipped for sumptuous living
luxury tax
Excise levy on goods or services considered to be luxuries rather than necessities (e.g., jewelry and perfume). Luxury taxes may be levied with the intent of taxing the rich or in a deliberate effort to alter consumption patterns, either for moral reasons or in times of national emergency. Today revenue productivity generally overshadows the moral argument
luxury tax
tax imposed on non-essential goods and services
affordable luxury
An alluring good or service with a steep but affordable price
lap of luxury
A position or situation in which one is spoiled and indulged

You'd think being born into the lap of luxury would encourage indolence, but that's not the case for Kilian Hennessy .

A luxury
cradled in the lap of luxury
{s} raised in conditions of luxury and comfort and wealth, grew up in a life of luxury, raised in a comfortable lifestyle
lap of luxury
in conditions of wealth and comfort; "he was raised in the lap of luxury
lap of luxury
{i} conditions of luxury and comfort and wealth
life of luxury
life which is free of financial worry, "the good life", comfortable lifestyle
live in luxury
live "the good life", live a comfortable lifestyle, live with no financial worries
plural of luxury