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rich British & World English

Having a great deal of money or assets; wealthy

rich English Thesaurus

rich people pay higher rates of tax

Rich, Buddy British & World English

(1917–87), American jazz drummer and bandleader; born Bernard Rich. He played for bandleaders such as Artie Shaw and Tommy Dorsey, and formed his own band in 1946

cash-rich British & World English

Having a great deal of money available to spend

Rich. II New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Shakespeare's King Richard the Second

Rich. III New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Shakespeare's King Richard the Third

get-rich-quick British & World English

Designed or concerned to make a lot of money fast

strike it rich British & World English

Acquire a great deal of money, typically in a sudden or unexpected way

poor little rich boy British & World English

A wealthy young person whose money brings them no contentment

tapestry British & World English

Used in reference to an intricate or complex sequence of events

get-rich-quick in get British & World English

Designed or concerned to make a lot of money fast

strike it rich in strike British & World English

Acquire a great deal of money, typically in a sudden or unexpected way

poor little rich boy in poor British & World English

A wealthy young person whose money brings them no contentment

Edmund Rich in Edmund, St British & World English

(Circa 1175–1240), English churchman and teacher, Archbishop of Canterbury 1234–40; born Edmund Rich. Feast day, 16 November

Bernard Rich in Rich, Buddy British & World English

(1917–87), American jazz drummer and bandleader; born Bernard Rich. He played for bandleaders such as Artie Shaw and Tommy Dorsey, and formed his own band in 1946

poor little rich boy or girl in poor British & World English

A wealthy young person whose money brings them no contentment


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