Translation of upmarket in Spanish:


de categoría, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈʌpmɑːkɪt//ʌpˈmɑːkɪt//ˌəpˈmɑrkət/


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    (car/hotel/store) de categoría
    (store/car/hotel) para gente pudiente
    • The multi-million pound investment would come by attracting upmarket shops, housing and tourism to the town.
    • Marshall and Snelgove was one of the biggest names in upmarket retailing from the 1860s to the 1970s.
    • Price rises in upmarket areas have been spectacular, as well-heeled buyers chase a short supply of properties.
    • They will also visit some of the city's trendy stores and hotels, to find out more about the upmarket section of the service industry.
    • This optimistic move comes at a time when other hotels in the upmarket sector have been suffering losses.
    • The downtown is dominated by modern skyscrapers and upmarket shopping malls.
    • A few upmarket hotels and resorts can be found here and there are two national parks as well as the usual array of stunning bays and beaches.
    • It's not posh nosh, just slightly more upmarket pub grub, so anyone after a real culinary experience should perhaps steer clear.
    • Hundreds of people attended the glitzy fashion show at the upmarket Kensington Roof Gardens nightclub.
    • It was so upmarket that we could only afford a room between us, with one double bed.
    • They were forced to move out of their home in the upmarket Morningside area of Edinburgh.
    • This was no ordinary place; it was an upmarket historic inn and its chef clearly knew his stuff.
    • Baqueira is an upmarket Pyrenean ski resort frequented by the Spanish royal family.
    • The atmosphere is upmarket smart casual; the maitre d' wore a jacket and an open collar shirt.
    • We need some sort of upmarket supermarket in the town to attract people here.


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    to go/move upmarket tratar de atraer clientela de mayor poder adquisitivo