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riches

noun [plural]     /ˈrɪtʃɪz/ literary
a lot of money or valuable objects →  See also go from rags to riches Wealthiness and wealthyBelongings and possessionsLarge amounts of moneySmall amounts of money
Translations of “riches”
in Korean 재물, 부…
in Arabic غِنى, ثَروة…
in Portuguese riquezas…
in Catalan riqueses…
in Japanese 富, 財宝…
in Italian ricchezza, ricchezze…
in Chinese (Traditional) 財富, 財産, 豐富的礦產…
in Russian богатство…
in Turkish zenginlik, varlık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 财富, 财产, 丰富的矿产…
in Polish bogactwa, bogactwo…
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