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wealth·y

 (wĕl′thē)
adj. wealth·i·er, wealth·i·est
1. Having wealth; rich. See Synonyms at rich.
2. Marked by abundance: a wealthy land.
3. Well supplied: wealthy in compassion.
n.
(used with a pl. verb) Rich people considered as a group. Often used with the.

wealth′i·ly adv.
wealth′i·ness n.

wealthy

(ˈwɛlθɪ)
adj, wealthier or wealthiest
1. possessing wealth; affluent; rich
2. of, characterized by, or relating to wealth
3. abounding: wealthy in friends.
ˈwealthily adv
ˈwealthiness n

wealth•y

(ˈwɛl θi)

adj. wealth•i•er, wealth•i•est.
1. having great wealth; rich; affluent.
2. of, marked by, or suggesting wealth: wealthy furnishings.
3. rich in something stated or implied; abundant or ample.
[1325–75]
wealth′i•ly, adv.
wealth′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.wealthy - having an abundant supply of money or possessions of valuewealthy - having an abundant supply of money or possessions of value; "an affluent banker"; "a speculator flush with cash"; "not merely rich but loaded"; "moneyed aristocrats"; "wealthy corporations"
rich - possessing material wealth; "her father is extremely rich"; "many fond hopes are pinned on rich uncles"

wealthy

adjective rich, prosperous, affluent, well-off, loaded (slang), comfortable, flush (informal), in the money (informal), opulent, well-heeled (informal), well-to-do, moneyed, quids in (slang), filthy rich, rolling in it (slang), on Easy Street (informal), stinking rich (slang), made of money (informal) a wealthy international businessman
broke (informal), short, poor, deprived, impoverished, needy, penniless, destitute, poverty-stricken, down and out, skint (Brit. slang), indigent, down at heel, dirt-poor (informal), on the breadline, flat broke (informal), without two pennies to rub together (informal)

wealthy

adjective
Possessing a large amount of money, land, or other material possessions:
Slang: loaded.
Idioms: having money to burn, in the money, made of money, rolling in money.
Translations
ثَرِيّغَني، ثَري
bohatý
rig
varakasäveriäs
bogat
gazdagvagyonos
auîugur, ríkur
富裕な
부유한
bogat
rik
ร่ำรวยมั่งคั่ง
giàu có

wealthy

[ˈwelθɪ]
A. ADJ (wealthier (compar) (wealthiest (superl))) → rico, acaudalado
B. NPL the wealthylos ricos

wealthy

[ˈwɛlθi]
adjriche
npl
the wealthy → les riches

wealthy

adj (+er)wohlhabend, reich; (= having a private fortune also)vermögend
n the wealthy pldie Reichen pl

wealthy

[ˈwɛlθɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) → ricco/a

wealth

(welθ) noun
1. riches. He is a man of great wealth.
2. a great quantity (of). a wealth of information.
ˈwealthy adjective
having much money and/or many possessions; rich. She is a wealthy young widow.

wealthy

ثَرِيّ bohatý rig wohlhabend ευκατάστατος adinerado varakas riche bogat facoltoso 富裕な 부유한 rijk velstående bogaty rico богатый rik ร่ำรวยมั่งคั่ง varsıl giàu có 富有的

wealthy

a. rico-a, acaudalado-a, adinerado-a.
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I remember her aunt very well, Biddy Henshawe; she married a very wealthy man.
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Your brother will be pleased; the old lady and gentleman will not object, I think; you will escape from a disorderly, comfortless home into a wealthy, respectable one; and you love Edgar, and Edgar loves you.
The daughters of my wealthy and lamented relative by marriage reduced to earn their own living?