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high-endadjective

uk   us   MARKETING
of very good quality and usually expensive: high end cars/clothing/computers/fashion The company's high-end fashion features items like $500 shirts. high-end products/merchandise/brands high-end apartments/homes/hotels
used to describe a business that makes or sells expensive products: a high-end department store/designer/retailer Improvements to low-cost, commodity products really threaten high-end manufacturers.
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