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wealth

noun [U]  /welθ/ us  

wealth noun [U] (MONEY)

a large amount of money and other valuable possessions: His wealth is so great that money doesn’t mean much to him.

wealth noun [U] (LARGE AMOUNT)

a large amount: Jim has a wealth of teaching experience.
wealthy
adjective  /ˈwel·θi/ us  
Natural resources and a well-trained workforce make a country wealthy.
Translations of “wealth”
in Korean 부…
in Arabic ثَرْوة…
in French fortune, abondance…
in Turkish zenginlik, varlık, servet…
in Italian ricchezza, patrimonio, sostanze…
in Chinese (Traditional) 錢財, 財富,錢財…
in Russian богатство…
in Polish majątek, bogactwo…
in Spanish fortuna, riqueza, abundancia…
in Portuguese riqueza, fortuna…
in German der Reichtum…
in Catalan riquesa…
in Japanese 財産…
in Chinese (Simplified) 钱财, 财富,钱财…
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