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English adjective: rich

1. rich possessing material wealth


SamplesHer father is extremely rich.
Many fond hopes are pinned on rich uncles.


Similaraffluent, comfortable, easy, flush, loaded, moneyed, prosperous, wealthy, well-fixed, well-heeled, well-off, well-situated, well-to-do


See alsoabundant, privileged


Attributefinancial condition


Antonymspoor

2. rich having an abundant supply of desirable qualities or substances (especially natural resources)


SamplesBlessed with a land rich in minerals.
Rich in ideas.
Rich with cultural interest.


Antonymspoor

3. rich of great worth or quality


SamplesA rich collection of antiques.


Similarvaluable


Antonymsworthless

4. rich marked by great fruitfulness


SamplesFertile farmland.
A fat land.
A productive vineyard.
Rich soil.


Synonymsfat, fertile, productive


Similarfruitful


Antonymsunfruitful

5. rich strong; intense


SamplesDeep purple.
A rich red.


Synonymsdeep


Similarcolorful, colourful


Antonymscolorless, colourless

6. rich very productive


SamplesRich seams of coal.


Similarproductive


Antonymsunproductive

7. rich high in mineral content; having a high proportion of fuel to air


SamplesA rich vein of copper.
A rich gas mixture.


Domain categorychemical science, chemistry, metallurgy


Antonymslean

8. rich suggestive of or characterized by great expense


SamplesA rich display.


Similardeluxe, gilded, grand, lavish, lucullan, lush, luxurious, opulent, plush, plushy, princely, sumptuous


Antonymspoor

9. rich containing plenty of fat, or eggs, or sugar


SamplesRich desserts.
They kept gorging on rich foods.


Similarunwholesome


Antonymswholesome

10. rich marked by richness and fullness of flavor


SamplesA rich ruby port.
Full-bodied wines.
A robust claret.
The robust flavor of fresh-brewed coffee.


Synonymsfull-bodied, racy, robust


Similartasty


Antonymstasteless

11. rich pleasantly full and mellow


SamplesA rich tenor voice.


Similarfull


Antonymsthin

12. rich affording an abundant supply


SamplesHad ample food for the party.
Copious provisions.
Food is plentiful.
A plenteous grape harvest.
A rich supply.


Synonymsample, copious, plenteous, plentiful


Similarabundant


Antonymsscarce


English noun: rich

1. rich (group) people who have possessions and wealth (considered as a group)


SamplesOnly the very rich benefit from this legislation.


Synonymsrich people


Broader (hypernym)people


Domain usageplural, plural form


Antonymspoor, poor people









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