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English definition of “cash-rich”

cash-rich

adjective
 
 
having a lot of cash available to spend: It is a cash-rich company, and so has no problems in finding the money needed to bid for its rival. People who are cash-rich but time-poor may prefer the convenience of annual travel insurance which provides unlimited cover for a year.
(Definition of cash-rich from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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