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rich

(rĭch)
adj. rich·er, rich·est
1. Having great material wealth: He was so rich he didn't have to work.
2.
a. Having great worth or value: a rich harvest.
b. Made of or containing valuable materials: rich cabinetry.
c. Magnificent; sumptuous: a rich banquet.
3. Abundant or productive, as:
a. Having an abundant supply: Meat is rich in protein.
b. Abounding in natural resources: a rich region.
c. Having many nutrients for plant growth; fertile: rich land.
d. Very productive and therefore financially profitable: rich seams of coal.
4.
a. Containing a large amount of choice ingredients, such as butter, sugar, or eggs, and therefore unusually heavy or sweet: a rich dessert.
b. Strong in aroma or flavor: a rich coffee.
c. Containing a large proportion of fuel to air: a rich gas mixture.
5.
a. Pleasantly full and mellow: a rich tenor voice.
b. Warm and strong in color: a rich brown velvet.
6.
a. Highly varied: a museum showcasing a rich assortment of artworks.
b. Highly developed or complex: rich musical harmonies.
7. Informal Highly amusing, often for being absurd or preposterous.
n. (used with a pl. verb)
Wealthy people considered as a group. Often used with the: taxes paid by the very rich.

[Middle English riche, from Old French (of Germanic origin) and from Old English rīce, strong, powerful; see reg- in the Appendix of Indo-European roots.]

rich′ly adv.
rich′ness n.
Synonyms: rich, affluent, moneyed, wealthy
These adjectives mean having an abundant supply of money, property, or possessions of value: a rich executive; an affluent banker; moneyed heirs; wealthy corporations.
Antonym: poor

richly

(ˈrɪtʃlɪ)
adv
1. in a rich or elaborate manner: a richly decorated carving.
2. fully and appropriately: he was richly rewarded for his service.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.richly - to an ample degree or in an ample mannerrichly - to an ample degree or in an ample manner; "these voices were amply represented"; "we benefited richly"
2.richly - in a rich manner; "he lives high"
3.richly - in a rich and lavish manner; "lavishly decorated"

richly

adverb
2. fully, well, thoroughly, amply, appropriately, properly, suitably, in full measure He achieved the success he so richly deserved.
Translations
بِغِنى
bohatě
fyldigt
ríkulega
zengince

richly

[ˈrɪtʃlɪ] ADV
1. (= generously) [rewarded] → generosamente; [illustrated] → profusamente
we were richly rewardedfuimos generosamente recompensados
a boy richly endowed with talentun chico dotado de un enorme talento
a richly endowed libraryuna biblioteca con abundantes fondos
2. (= ornately) [decorated, furnished] → suntuosamente, lujosamente
a richly adorned chairuna silla con exquisitos adornos
richly patterned fabricstelas con ricos estampados
3. (= strongly) richly coloured fabricstelas de colores vivos
a richly flavoured sauceuna salsa de sabor fuerte
the flowers are richly scentedlas flores tienen un perfume intenso
4. (= intensely) the work is richly rewardingel trabajo es sumamente or enormemente gratificante
she richly deserves itse lo tiene bien merecido
the success they so richly deserveel éxito que tanto merecen

richly

[ˈrɪtʃli] adv
richly coloured → aux riches coloris
richly flavoured → aux riches saveurs
richly perfumed → aux riches parfums
[decorated, carved, furnished] → richement
[deserved, earned] → largement, grandement
[rewarded] → largement

richly

adv
(= ornately) dress, decorateprächtig
(= abundantly) illustratedreich; to be richly endowed with somethingmit etw reich ausgestattet sein
(= strongly) coloured, flavouredkräftig; scentedkräftig, intensiv; richly rewarding/satisfyingüberaus lohnend/befriedigend; a richly textured narrativeeine üppig angelegte or ausgestattete Erzählung
(= thoroughly) he richly deserves iter hat es mehr als verdient; he was richly rewarded (lit)er wurde reich belohnt; (fig)er wurde reichlich belohnt

richly

[ˈrɪtʃlɪ] adv (rewarded) → lautamente; (endowed) → abbondantemente; (dressed) → sontuosamente; (deserved) → pienamente

rich

(ritʃ) adjective
1. wealthy; having a lot of money, possessions etc. a rich man/country.
2. (with in) having a lot (of something). This part of the country is rich in coal.
3. valuable. a rich reward; rich materials.
4. containing a lot of fat, eggs, spices etc. a rich sauce.
5. (of clothes, material etc) very beautiful and expensive.
ˈrichly adverb
ˈrichness noun
ˈriches noun plural
wealth.
References in classic literature ?
The saddle and housings of this superb palfrey were covered by a long foot-cloth, which reached nearly to the ground, and on which were richly embroidered, mitres, crosses, and other ecclesiastical emblems.
Germain, the princess and her mother had changed their heavy traveling carriage, somewhat impaired by the journey, for a light, richly decorated chariot drawn by six horses with white and gold harness.
SOUTH of the armory of Westminster Palace lay the gardens, and here, on the third day following the King's affront to De Vac, might have been a seen a blackhaired woman gowned in a violet cyclas, richly embroidered with gold about the yoke and at the bottom of the loose-pointed sleeves, which reached almost to the similar bordering on the lower hem of the garment.
A Kite saw him and exclaimed: "You richly deserve your fate; for a bird of the air has no business to seek its food from the sea."
There is a certain Nysa, a mountain most high and richly grown with woods, far off in Phoenice, near the streams of Aegyptus.
A hunting-shirt of ruffled calico of bright dyes, or of ornamented leather, falls to his knee; below which, curiously fashioned legging, ornamented with strings, fringes, and a profusion of hawks' bells, reach to a costly pair of moccasons of the finest Indian fabric, richly embroidered with beads.
The famous little Becky Puppet has been pronounced to be uncommonly flexible in the joints, and lively on the wire; the Amelia Doll, though it has had a smaller circle of admirers, has yet been carved and dressed with the greatest care by the artist; the Dobbin Figure, though apparently clumsy, yet dances in a very amusing and natural manner; the Little Boys' Dance has been liked by some; and please to remark the richly dressed figure of the Wicked Nobleman, on which no expense has been spared, and which Old Nick will fetch away at the end of this singular performance.
The captain led them through many rooms, where richly dressed foxes were sitting on beautiful chairs or sipping tea, which was being passed around by fox-servants in white aprons.
Your house will exalt itself like King Waldemar's tower, and will be richly decorated with marble statues, like that at Prastoe.
I have deserved it richly, and even a more severe penalty."
Even at a small party, the company was a pleasure to behold; the richly varied hues of the assembly in a church or theatre are said to have more than once proved too distracting for our greatest teachers and actors; but most ravishing of all is said to have been the unspeakable magnificence of a military review.
Particularly sculpturesque and plastic, so to say, and richly colored is that passage where you feel Cordelia's approach, where woman, das ewig Weibliche, enters into conflict with fate.

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