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rich

adjective /ritʃ/
wealthy; having a lot of money, possessions etc
rico
a rich man/country.
(with in) having a lot (of something)
rico
This part of the country is rich in coal.
valuable
rico; valioso
a rich reward rich materials.
containing a lot of fat, eggs, spices etc
fuerte, pesado
a rich sauce.
(of clothes, material etc) very beautiful and expensive.
suntuoso, lujoso
richly adverb
ricamente; lujosamente
He was richly rewarded for his efforts.
richness noun
riqueza
riches noun plural wealth.
riquezas
(Definition of rich from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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