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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishupscaleup‧scale /ˈʌpskeɪl/ adjective American English  EXPENSIVErelating to people from a high social class who have a lot of money syn upmarket British English an affluent upscale audience
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upscaleSkyservice is a small but well-established Toronto-based charter carrier that announced in June it wants to start an upscale airline.Go into any upscale Bay Area restaurant and ask for a glass of white wine.an upscale department storeThere is no Metro stop in the upscale neighborhood.
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