wealthy


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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.
References in classic literature ?
Or, to speak in the fashionable language of the adversaries to the Constitution, will it court the elevation of "the wealthy and the well-born," to the exclusion and debasement of all the rest of the society?
A DOG that had seen a Physician attending the burial of a wealthy patient, said: "When do you expect to dig it up?
Fogg had sixteen hours in which to attend to his business there, which was to deposit Aouda safely with her wealthy relative.
After considerable experience in coming into contact with wealthy and noted men, I have observed that those who have accomplished the greatest results are those who "keep under the body"; are those who never grow excited or lose self-control, but are always calm, self-possessed, patient, and polite.
Thorpe, most happy to be on speaking terms with a man of General Tilney's importance, had been joyfully and proudly communicative; and being at that time not only in daily expectation of Morland's engaging Isabella, but likewise pretty well resolved upon marrying Catherine himself, his vanity induced him to represent the family as yet more wealthy than his vanity and avarice had made him believe them.
To marry the former and own the latter was Paul's idea of the earthly paradise, and it was the wealthy connoisseur, and he alone, who could open the gates.
Shall it be with the majority, or the wealthy, with a number of proper persons, or one better than the rest, or with a tyrant?
And this is called the wealthy class, and the drones feed upon them.
The justice of the peace died just as our second prosperous epoch began, and luckily for us, his successor had formerly been a notary in Grenoble who had lost most of his fortune by a bad speculation, though enough of it yet remained to cause him to be looked upon in the village as a wealthy man.
It has enabled poor Me to serve the caprice of a wealthy member of the family into which my late uncle married.
We can see all `the handsome houses where the wealthy nobles dwell.
Of course, yacht racing is an organized pastime, a function of social idleness ministering to the vanity of certain wealthy inhabitants of these isles nearly as much as to their inborn love of the sea.