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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “rolling in it”

rolling in it

(also rolling in money) informal
extremely rich
非常富有,財源滾滾,腰纏萬貫
If they can afford a yacht, they must be rolling in it.
如果他們可以買得起一艘遊艇,那他們肯定富得流油。
Wealthiness and wealthy
(Definition of rolling in it from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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