|Origin:||luxurie, from Latin luxuria 'too great quantity'|
lux‧u‧ry plural luxuries
very great comfort and pleasure, such as you get from expensive food, beautiful houses, cars etc
She stole to keep her boyfriend in luxury.
He was leading a life of luxury in Australia.
luxury hotel/car/home etc (=expensive and large)
We stayed in a five-star luxury hotel.
The dress is lambswool - pure luxury.
something expensive that you do not need, but you buy for pleasure and enjoyment [≠ necessity]:
luxuries like chocolate and perfume
to have something that is very pleasant or convenient, that you are not always able to have:
For the first time in three years, they actually had the luxury of a whole day together.