high-end Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of “high-end” in the English Dictionary

"high-end" in British English

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high-endadjective

uk   us   /ˌhaɪˈend/
intended for ​people who ​want very good ​qualityproducts and who do not ​mind how much they ​cost: high-end ​videoequipment/a high-end ​departmentstore wanting very good ​qualityproducts, and ​willing to ​pay a lot of ​money for them: high-end ​consumers
(Definition of high-end from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"high-end" in Business English

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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 ​fashionfeaturesitems like $500 shirts. high-end ​products/​merchandise/​brands high-end ​apartments/homes/​hotels
used to describe a ​business that makes or ​sellsexpensiveproducts: a high-end department store/designer/retailer Improvements to ​low-cost, ​commodityproducts really threaten high-end ​manufacturers.
(Definition of high-end from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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