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Meaning of “well off” in the English Dictionary

(Definition of well off from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"well-off" in American English

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well-offadjective

/ˈwelˈɔf/
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"well-off" in Business English

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well-offadjective

also well off uk   /ˌwelˈɒf/ us  
rich: My old customers were well-off, middle-aged people. Grants are available for less well-off families.
used to describe a place where rich people live: He grew up in a well-off district of Houston.

well-offnoun [plural]

also well off uk   us  
the well-off
rich people: Finance firms are concentrating on the well-off.
(Definition of well-off from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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“well off” in Business English

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