with a lot of money
having a lot of money or property
one of the richest women in the world
Nobody gets rich from writing nowadays.
to be filthy/stinking (= extremely) rich
people who have a lot of money or property
It's a favourite resort for the rich and famous.
of a country
producing a lot of wealth so that many of its people can live at a high standard
最富有的国家 / 经济体 / 国家
the richest countries/economies/nations
full of variety
very interesting and full of variety
the region's rich history and culture
She leads a rich and varied life.
often in compounds
containing or providing a large supply of sth
Oranges are rich in vitamin C.
The area is rich in wildlife.
His novels are a rich source of material for the movie industry.
containing a lot of fat, butter, eggs, etc. and making you feel full quickly
a rich creamy sauce
a rich chocolate cake
containing the substances that make it good for growing plants in
a rich well-drained soil
of colours, sounds, smells and tastes
strong or deep; very beautiful or pleasing
rich dark reds
expensive and beautiful
The rooms were decorated with rich fabrics.
used to say that a criticism sb makes is surprising and not reasonable, because they have the same fault
Me? Lazy? That's rich, coming from you!
to get a lot of money, especially suddenly or unexpectedly
These words all describe sb/sth that has a lot of money, property or valuable possessions.
(of a person) having a lot of money, property or valuable possessions; (of a country or city) producing a lot of wealth so that many of its people can live at a high standard
rich or wealthy?
There is no real difference in meaning between these two words. Both are very frequent, but rich is more frequent and occurs in some fixed phrases where wealthy cannot.
( rather formal ) rich and successful
( rather formal ) rich and with a good standard of living
affluent Western countries
prosperous or affluent?
Both prosperous and affluent are used to talk about people and places. Prosperous is used much more than affluent to talk about times and periods. Affluent is often used to contrast rich people or societies with poor ones. Being prosperous is nearly always seen as a good thing.
It's good to see you looking so prosperous.
(often used in negative sentences) rich
His family is not very well off.
well off的反义词为badly off，但不常用；指人不宽裕较常用not well off。
The opposite of well off is badly off , but this is not very frequent; it is more common to say that sb is not well off .
having enough money to buy what you want without worrying about the cost
They're not millionaires, but they're certainly very comfortable.
people who have possessions and wealth (considered as a group)
- only the very rich benefit from this legislation
近义词: rich people
affording an abundant supply
- had ample food for the party
- copious provisions
- food is plentiful
- a plenteous grape harvest
- a rich supply
- deep purple
- a rich red
marked by great fruitfulness
- fertile farmland
- a fat land
- a productive vineyard
- rich soil
pleasantly full and mellow
- a rich tenor voice
- rich seams of coal
possessing material wealth
- her father is extremely rich
- many fond hopes are pinned on rich uncles
having an abundant supply of desirable qualities or substances (especially natural resources)
- blessed with a land rich in minerals
- rich in ideas
- rich with cultural interest
suggestive of or characterized by great expense
- a rich display
high in mineral content;having a high proportion of fuel to air
- a rich vein of copper", "a rich gas mixture
marked by richness and fullness of flavor
- a rich ruby port
- full-bodied wines
- a robust claret
- the robust flavor of fresh-brewed coffee
of great worth or quality
- a rich collection of antiques
containing plenty of fat, or eggs, or sugar
- rich desserts
- they kept gorging on rich foods