richadjectiveuk /rɪtʃ/ us /rɪtʃ/
rich adjective (MONEY)
- She came out of the divorce settlement a rich woman.
- The divergence between the incomes of the rich and the poor countries seems to be increasing.
- Even when she became rich and famous, she never forgot her humble background.
- A lack of formal education is no bar to becoming rich.
- She grew up in the days when a woman's main aim was to snare a rich husband.
- be rolling in it idiom
- deep pockets idiom
- in the lap of luxury idiom
- live high on/off the hog idiom
- live like a king/lord idiom
- live off the fat of the land idiom
- money talks idiom
- nouveau riche
- on easy street idiom
rich adjective (HAVING A LOT OF STH)
rich adjective (ATTRACTIVE)
- This is a wonderful wine - honeyed and rich without being remotely cloying.
- I like rich jewel colours, such as purple, blue and green.
- The leaves on the trees have started to turn a rich coppery colour.
- She loved the beauty and fruitfulness of the autumn, when the whole countryside was ablaze with rich golden colours.
- His health suffered from over-indulgence in rich food and drink.
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rich adjective (FOOD)
rich adjective (UNFAIR)