Idiom Definition 1

Idiom Definition - high-end


of superior quality or sophistication and usually high in price


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Idiom Definition 2

Idiom Definition - high-end


sophisticated and discerning


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Idiom Scenario 1

Idiom Definition - high-end

Two colleagues are talking ...

Colleague 1:  Well, what are you going to do with your bonus this year?

Colleague 2:  It is a significant amount of money and I have always wanted to own a high-end sports car.

Colleague 1:  Maserati or Lamborghini?

Colleague 2:  Maybe a Porsche.

Idiom Scenario 2

Idiom Definition - high-end

Two colleagues are talking ...

Colleague 1:  I understand that our winery is going to produce wines that will appeal to high-end connoisseurs.

Colleague 2:  Yes. Nothing but the best grapes using a special process that takes more time. Also very fancy and sophisticated bottles and packaging. We hope the new wines will appeal to a more discerning customer base.

Colleague 1:  Sounds like the product will be expensive.

Colleague 2:  Of course.

high-end - Usage:


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high-end - Gerund Form:

There is no gerund form for high end.

high-end - Examples:

1)  ... makes the greatest volume of shoes; Veneto is known for its high-end luxury women's shoes, hosting the factories that make produce goods for Louis Vuitton.

2)  ... premium market and boost competitiveness of mid-to-low end smartphones by adding innovative features available in high-end models.

3)  The special programme is included in high-end models of a washing machine series launched this month.

4)  Dual-cameras are slowly becoming standard fare on most high-end as well as some mid-range smartphones these days.

5)  They're not high-end cars. They're not fancy cars.

6)  Canadian marketers admit they should probably have sold the Star Wars package with the high-end SL Platinum edition, where buyers are less concerned about value for money.

7)  ... nightclubs still entail multiple forms of prejudice. Entrance fees and high-end dress codes create significant barriers to entry.

8)  ... buy a piece of property and build some pretty high-end luxurious homes.

9)  ... with this new expansion aimed primarily at attracting more 'high-end travellers'.

10)  What that allowed me to do was to create high-end content, build out our apps and win big contracts with some top Fortune 500.

11)  ... it's all set to offer luxury accommodation and gourmet dining to high-end clientele. # With premium suites at $2000 per night, ...

12)  Like a pair of high-end speakers shrunk down to fit into your ears, these planar magnetic buds produce insanely ...

13)  The mainframe computer had graduated from high-end hardware used by military and governments to a mainstream business tool.

14)  ... went some way to silencing critics who have complained in the past that she favoured high-end European clothes rather than American creations.

15)  I could be wrong. Maybe gaming is all about high-end processing, high frame rates, realistic trees, 1080p, and 4K ...

16)  ... up to 500 "Aussie specialists" who will join Virtuoso's army of high-end advisors in the United States. 

17)  They would directly promote Australia to high-end travellers that typically spend up to $US700 per day, excluding airfares.

18)  We obviously know his talent and his high-end ability. I think it's as much talent as you'll ever see on ...

19)  In order to capitalize on the country's most frenzied shopping season, many high-end labels have released Spring Festival-themed luxury items that are indicative of ...

20)  ... flagship store houses a workshop dedicated to customised high-end furs.