Discussion in 'English Only' started by palabra86, Jan 1, 2019.

  1. palabra86 Senior Member

    I can see that "luxury" here is in single form, but maybe I have to understand that word as it was "plural"? or it's a mistake to think that way?

    Fellow citizens, someone once said that luxury doesn’t have to be expensive. And to that we wholeheartedly agree. That’s why we made a hotel with the most stylish living room like lobbies.
  2. Barque Senior Member

    It's the uncountable form of the word, referring to the quality of luxury. It's the same use as in "He lived in luxury".

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