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affluentadjective

uk   us   /ˈæf.lu.ənt/
C1 having a lot of money or owning a lot of things: affluent nations/neighbourhoods
Synonym
affluence
noun [U] uk   us   /-əns/
What we are seeing increasingly is a society of private affluence and public squalor.
Synonym
Translations of “affluent”
in Arabic غَني, موسِر…
in Korean 부유한…
in Malaysian kaya/berpengaruh…
in French riche…
in Turkish varlıklı, zengin, hali vakti yerinde…
in Italian affluente, abbiente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 富裕的, 富足的…
in Russian богатый…
in Polish zamożny…
in Vietnamese giàu có…
in Spanish próspero, rico…
in Portuguese opulento, abundante, rico…
in Thai ร่ำรวย, มั่งคั่ง…
in German reich…
in Catalan ric, opulent…
in Japanese 裕福な, 金持ちの…
in Indonesian kaya, makmur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 富裕的, 富足的…
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