top-end

top-end

adj
(Commerce) of or relating to the best or most expensive products of their kind: a range of top-end vehicles.
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(M&M), on Monday announced the introduction of the 8-seater option on the top-end M8 variant of its recently-launched Marazzo.
Foxconn (HNHPF) will start assembling top-end Apple (AAPL) iPhones through its local India unit as early as 2019, marking the first time the manufacturer will have built the product in the country, Reuters reports, citing a source familiar with the matter.
Jetstar Asia has announced that to celebrate 10 years of direct service between Singapore and Darwin, Australia, it has partnered with Tourism Northern Territory to add a special livery depicting scenes from the Top-End, the company said.
Auto Business News-August 9, 2018--Maruti Suzuki India launches auto gear shift option in top-end Swift variants
| NEW Birmingham signing James Shanes feels he can provide the team with even more top-end strength.
A DEVELOPER says it wants to build 137 new "affordable" student flats in Cardiff - in a bid to avoid the problems other builders have had in renting out "top-end" apartments.
But the Lloyds Bank report found the average top-end property was selling for less money than it was a couple of years ago.
Western art can fetch up to $100 million at the top-end - such as those by Picasso.
1.79 lakh, and the top-end 88-inch SUHD model costs Rs.
Like at all top-end resorts, the beds will be plush and clad with the finest linens and the decor will be stunning.
ESTATE agents are seeing a growing demand for top-end properties which have sporting and leisure facilities such as swimming pools, gyms, tennis courts, home cinemas and wine cellars, a study has found.
" QPR boss Chris Ramsey added: "e top-end players have pulled the game up no end, the top-end managers have pulled the game up no end, but it's the mediocrity that really frustrates the English coach and the English player."