1 rich and superior in quality; "a princely sum"; "gilded dining rooms" [syn: gilded, luxurious, opulent, princely, sumptuous]
2 elegant and sumptuous; "a deluxe car"; "luxe accommodations"; "a luxury condominium" [syn: de luxe, luxe, luxury(a)]
EtymologyFrom de luxe, from luxus.
- Being very fine in quality or luxurious.
Deluxe can mean:
- de luxe, "of luxury" in French. The term in English has taken on "exquisite in quality and design", and is often used to label special edition products.
- Deluxe Corporation, check printers
- Deluxe Digital Studios
- Deluxe Laboratories
- Deluxe (musician), a rock musician (Xoel López) from Galicia, Spain
- Deluxe (Harmonia album), an album by Harmonia
- Deluxe (Better Than Ezra album), an album by Better Than Ezra
- Delux, a Mexican punk/alternative rock band.
- De Luxe Motor Car Company, an American automobile manufacturer.
- De Luxe Records, a record label.
- Deluxe Records, a record label.
- DeLuxe Color, a brand of color photography used in motion pictures, especially those made by Twentieth Century-Fox since late 1953.
deluxe in Swedish: Deluxe
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