fancy3 ●○○ adjectiveadj (comparativecomp fancier, superlativesupl fanciest) 1 EXPENSIVEfancy hotels, restaurants, cars etc are expensive and fashionable 〔酒店、餐厅、汽车等〕昂贵的，豪华的 SYN swanky Harry took me to a fancy restaurant for our anniversary.
fancy prices British EnglishBrE (=very high and often unreasonable prices) 十分昂贵的价格
2 DECORATEhaving a lot of decoration or bright colours, or made in a complicated way 花哨的; 别致的 fancy soaps in seashell shapes
I just want a basic sports coat – nothing fancy.
3 COMPLICATEDcomplicated and needing a lot of skill 复杂的；需要高度技巧的，高难度的 OPP straightforward I can’t do all that fancy stuff on the computer.
Negotiating a deal can take some fancy footwork (=skill at making deals).
4. [only before noun] American EnglishAmEGOOD/EXCELLENT fancy food is of a high quality 〔食物〕特级的，优质的
fancy prices• Phoney psychics could milk their rich clients for years, charging fancy prices for rap sessions with the dear departed.
fancy footwork• But within 24 hours and with a little fancy footwork, Engler got in line behind Sen.• Government attorneys' fancy legal footwork has raised doubts about their motives.• Mitchell at the helm, Sanders and his fancy footwork, Moore and his mind-blowing numbers.• He wasn't up to the fancy footwork required for duelling on the high seas.
From Longman Business Dictionary
fancyfan·cy /ˈfænsi/ adjectiveadj informal a very high and often unreasonable price
Designer labels tend to come with fancy prices to match.