English adjective: rich
|1.||rich possessing material wealth|
|Samples||Her father is extremely rich.|
Many fond hopes are pinned on rich uncles.
|Similar||affluent, comfortable, easy, flush, loaded, moneyed, prosperous, wealthy, well-fixed, well-heeled, well-off, well-situated, well-to-do|
|See also||abundant, privileged|
|2.||rich having an abundant supply of desirable qualities or substances (especially natural resources)|
|Samples||Blessed with a land rich in minerals.|
Rich in ideas.
Rich with cultural interest.
|3.||rich of great worth or quality|
|Samples||A rich collection of antiques.|
|4.||rich marked by great fruitfulness|
A fat land.
A productive vineyard.
|Synonyms||fat, fertile, productive|
|5.||rich strong; intense|
A rich red.
|6.||rich very productive|
|Samples||Rich seams of coal.|
|7.||rich high in mineral content; having a high proportion of fuel to air|
|Samples||A rich vein of copper.|
A rich gas mixture.
|Domain category||chemical science, chemistry, metallurgy|
|8.||rich suggestive of or characterized by great expense|
|Samples||A rich display.|
|Similar||deluxe, gilded, grand, lavish, lucullan, lush, luxurious, opulent, plush, plushy, princely, sumptuous|
|9.||rich containing plenty of fat, or eggs, or sugar|
They kept gorging on rich foods.
|10.||rich marked by richness and fullness of flavor|
|Samples||A rich ruby port.|
A robust claret.
The robust flavor of fresh-brewed coffee.
|Synonyms||full-bodied, racy, robust|
|11.||rich pleasantly full and mellow|
|Samples||A rich tenor voice.|
|12.||rich affording an abundant supply|
|Samples||Had ample food for the party.|
Food is plentiful.
A plenteous grape harvest.
A rich supply.
|Synonyms||ample, copious, plenteous, plentiful|
English noun: rich
|1.||rich (group) people who have possessions and wealth (considered as a group)|
|Samples||Only the very rich benefit from this legislation.|
|Domain usage||plural, plural form|
|Antonyms||poor, poor people|