люкс ; роскошь ; большое удовольствие; наслаждение; предмет роскоши; излишество
- His grandparents were bankers in Switzerland, his parents had a luxury home on Lake Geneva and later on they had a flat in London and another in Paris.
- In Peru distances are so vast and the terrain can be so formidable that aeroplanes are not a luxury, but often the only shakily effective means of passing between desert, mountain and jungle.
- "They can do without the luxury of eating until we catch that monster," he told Matron.
- After the luxury of labour-saving devices it is just too tedious to go back to the old ways.
- Alastair and Flora came quite often and the four of them enjoyed the luxury of being totally at ease.
- He sat on alone until all unease was lost in a luxury of self-absorption.
- "The only little luxury I allow myself, Myles, apart from a nip of brandy during the cold winter nights."
- Check the sentries one more time then I'm in my sleeping bag by 0230 hrs - luxury - a lie-in now until 0530 hrs!
- We don't have luxury yachts or go to expensive hotels all the time."
- The result, says Andr Sacau of Orcofi, a French holding company with stakes in a range of luxury-goods makers, is that "buyers of luxury brands have been turned into bargain-hunters."
- They've scoured their record collections for their favourite chic embellishments so as to enhance the luxury commodity aura of their product.
- II of Capital Marx discussed the relationship between luxury goods production and consumption and the production of necessary means of consumption.