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affluent

adjective /ˈӕfluənt/
(formal) wealthy
próspero, rico
The restaurant is popular with affluent businessmen.
affluence noun formal wealth.
prosperidad, riqueza
The family’s affluence allowed them to send their children to private schools.
Translations of “affluent”
in Korean 부유한…
in Arabic غَني, موسِر…
in French riche…
in Italian affluente, abbiente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 富裕的, 富足的…
in Russian богатый…
in Turkish varlıklı, zengin, hali vakti yerinde…
in Polish zamożny…
in Portuguese opulento, abundante, rico…
in German reich…
in Catalan ric, opulent…
in Japanese 裕福な, 金持ちの…
in Chinese (Simplified) 富裕的, 富足的…
(Definition of affluent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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