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rich

Definitions by Oxford


[rɪtʃ], (Adjective)

Definitions:
- having a great deal of money or assets; wealthy
(e.g: a rich and famous family)

- existing in plentiful quantities; abundant
(e.g: the rich flora and fauna of the forest)

- producing a large quantity of something
(e.g: novels have always been a rich source of material for the film industry)

- (of a colour, sound, smell, etc.) pleasantly deep or strong
(e.g: his rich bass voice)

- interesting because full of variety
(e.g: what a full, rich life you lead!)

- (of a remark) causing ironic amusement or indignation
(e.g: these comments are a bit rich coming from a woman with no money worries)


Phrases:

Origin:
Old English rīce ‘powerful, wealthy’, of Germanic origin, related to Dutch rijk and German reich; ultimately from Celtic; reinforced in Middle English by Old French riche ‘rich, powerful’







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