Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Luxury"

The meaning of "Luxury" in various phrases and sentences

Q: luxury of time ne anlama geliyor?
A: Luxury means having plenty of something and enjoying/indulging in that thing you have.
The luxury of time means having plenty of time to accomplish something. The phrase is most commonly used in the negative. It simply means that there is a deadline or a short time for something to happen.
"We can have this case go through the courts, but that will take years. The defendant is old and does not have the luxury of time to wait for a verdict."
"There is no deadline on this project. We have the luxury of time to do all of the research and planning that we want before we start the project."
Q: I've never had the luxury of political opinions. ne anlama geliyor?
A: I think in this context it’s more that Jyn has been too busy just trying to survive. Having enough time and resources to think about larger-scale politics (instead of just not getting killed) is a luxury to her
Q: "This is luxury reasserted." "You'll be a double benefactor."" ne anlama geliyor?
A: They are using language in a stylish way

Assert means to confidently show you have authority or to prove a point. Confidence is huge with this.
To reassert is to do it again or remind people of these things again.

Luxury reasserted - you already knew it was luxurious but this makes you know it again or know it even more.

Benefactor - is someone who gives money to a charity or worthy cause.

My guess in this case is you are doing the neighbor’s wife two good deeds by driving up in this fancy car and taking her for a ride in it and also taking her away from her husband who isn’t as cool as you.

That must be one amazing car!
😂😂😂
Q: Obviously a freshly polished late-model luxury car creates a different impression than a BROKEN-DOWN CLUNKER ne anlama geliyor?
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Q: "have the luxury of " mean? ne anlama geliyor?
A: To have something or have the ability to do something that some people don't have or have the ability to do. Used to emphasis how fortunate the person is
Example: Someone without a car does not have the luxury of driving wherever they want whenever they want. Homeless people don't have the luxury of a warm shower every morning.

Example sentences using "Luxury"

Q: luxury ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: “This must be the luxury model. It has leather seats and everything.”

“I’m a college student. I can’t afford to live a life of luxury.”

Synonyms of "Luxury" and their differences

Q: I don't really care for staying in luxury hotels. ve I don't really care about staying in luxury hotels. arasındaki fark nedir?
A: "I don't care for" means "I don't prefer" or "I don't like". So you don't like to stay in luxury hotels. You would rather stay somewhere else.
- "I don't care for" = It does not make you happy.

"I don't care about" means "this is not important to me". So maybe you like staying in luxury hotels or maybe you hate staying in luxury hotels...but either way, it does not matter very much to you. You don't want to talk about it or think about it very much, because it is not important to you. It is not very interesting to you. Other things are much more important to you, but not this thing.
-"I don't care about" = It does not interest you, it is boring to you.
Q: luxury ve expensive arasındaki fark nedir?
A: They both can refer to the same things, but it’s not necessary that they’re the same.

For example, the petroleum you need for your car can go up in price and be expensive. But I wouldn’t call it a luxury. A luxury would be something fancy or opulent, like a private jet, a fancy car, etc.
Q: Luxury item ve Luxurious item ve luxury good ve luxurious good arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Luxury item and luxury good are basically the same but they are categories put in law or economics, etc. E.g. sports cars, Prada, yachts. Luxurious is an adjective to describe something that might have luxurious features even if isn’t a luxury item, which is more agreed upon. I might consider something luxurious because I don’t have familiarity with it. Luxury items/goods are more standardized, while luxurious is describing what the person considers a luxury.
Q: luxury ve luxurious arasındaki fark nedir?
A: luxury is a noun (a person, place, thing, or idea), and luxurious is an adjective (a describing word).

If I was rich, I might say I was "living a life of luxury."
If I had a nice chair, I might call it "luxurious."
Q: luxury ve expensive arasındaki fark nedir?
A: There can be poor quality items that are expensive. Expensive means that the price is higher than it would be normally. Luxury means high quality items like designers bags, Bentley or Lamborghini cars, fine jewelry, etc.

Examples

COVID-19 has made this toilet paper very expensive.

Louis Vuitton bags are a luxury item.

Translations of "Luxury"

Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? i want to build a luxury building for myself
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Q: Bunu İngilizce (Birleşik Krallık) da nasıl dersiniz? luxury
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Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? luxury (brit. pronounce plz)
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Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? luxury
A: Luxury is the same
Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? luxury
A: @reemahmed: riches somebody who has a lifestyle to buy whatever they like a millionare a celebrity

Other questions about "Luxury"

Q: i can't rent such a luxury room like this. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: This sounds very natural.
Q: I'm short of $100 to buy the luxury bag, so can you borrow me the money? bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: Instead of saying “borrow me the money” say “LEND me the money” and it will sound natural!
Q: Traveling with luxury liner was not familiar to Japanese people but it has big changed by your company to enter Japanese market with largest deployment.

Does this sentence make sense?
A: Maybe "Luxury liners were not familiar to Japanese people as a form of travel, until your company introduced it to the Japanese market in full scale." or luxury liners were not familiar to Japanese people, but that changed once your company introduced it to the Japanese market in full scale.
Q: I hate her for often showing off her luxury bags.
I hate her often to show off her luxury bags.
Both them are the same meaning and correct? bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: the first is correct. they are not the same as the second implies she shows off her luxury bags because you hate her frequently.
Q: If you buy a luxury bag such as Gucci as well to your wife, how long does she feel happy?

I think it is different depend on how much it is.
For instance, if I spent 500bucks, then she will being happy for 3months I expect. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: ​​If you buy a luxury bag such as Gucci for your wife, how long does she feel happy?

I think it is different depending on how much it is.
For instance, if I spent 500 bucks, then she will be happy for 3 months I expect.

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