Thousand dollar champagne
English vocabulary and translations (See all)
(a) thousand-dollar (champagne): (a champagne) that costs $1,000
Note that when using a compound adjective such as 'thousand-dollar', the 'noun' (dollar) is always used in the singular. Other examples: 'a two-person team', 'a one-man army', 'a three-man race'.
- "Bruno : Harold, you just lit your cigar with a hundred-dollar bill!"
- "You're sitting in an outdoor Jacuzzi in the middle of winter eating filet mignon and drinking thousand-dollar champagne."
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