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high-end

[hahy-end] /ˈhaɪˈɛnd/
adjective, Informal.
1.
being the most expensive and technically sophisticated:
high-end stereo equipment.
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  • Here is a neat blog about high-end expensive stuff for rich people only.
  • She paired the bargain finds with high-end partners, such as standard tiles with expensive faucets, to get the look she wanted.
  • It has the serendipitous charm of a flea market, but the quality of a high-end boutique.
  • With its high-end voice recognition software, it carries out your spoken requests.
  • At the same time, the global market has become so huge that you can occupy a high-end niche and still sell a lot of units.
  • His integration of high-end manufacture with a higher purpose is widely admired among his colleagues in the fashion industry.
  • They gesture toward the heavens, but they speak the language of high-end real estate.
  • Her skills are crucial in the world of high-end shopping.
  • And if an irrigation system has leaky valves, high-end controllers may not help much.
  • Afterwards, participants were shown a description of high-end headphones and asked how much they would be willing to pay for them.
British Dictionary definitions for high-end

high-end

adjective
1.
(prenominal) (esp of computers, electronic equipment, etc) of the greatest power or sophistication
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