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well off

adjective uk   us  

well off adjective (RICH)

C1 rich: Her family was very well off. [before noun] a well-off neighbourhood

well off adjective (HAVING A LOT)

[after verb] having a lot of or a number of: The city is well off for parks and gardens.

well off

noun [plural] uk   us  
the well-off rich people: It is a resort that clearly caters for the well-off.
Translations of “well off”
in Korean 부유한…
in Arabic موسِر…
in Portuguese em boa situação financeira, abastado, endinheirado…
in Catalan ric…
in Japanese 裕福な…
in Italian benestante, agiato…
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