Translation of rich in Spanish:
adjective/adjetivo (-er, -est)
- 1 1.1 (wealthy) rico to become rich enriquecerse*, hacerse* ricoExample sentences1.2 (opulent) [banquet] suntuoso, opulento; [furnishings] lujoso, suntuoso
Example sentences1.3 (abundant) [harvest/supply/reserves] abundante; [reward] generoso; [history/experience] ricorich
- You can't argue that somehow this very rich family needs this money.
- Simply shifting money from the rich to the poor is not the right way.
- So, what are these schemes and are they worth considering if you find yourself in the position of being ‘asset rich but income poor’?
- The narrower the layer of individuals enjoying success and the greater their wealth, the less rich the material and the less enduring the art.
- Sage opened the door to see a fancy room with a fair sized bed, everything in the room looked rich and expensive as well.
- Here, as in other places, Kent's elegant furniture and rich decoration anticipated the interiors of Robert Adam.
insth rich in vitamins/nitrates rico en vitaminas/nitratos her autobiography is rich in anecdotes su autobiografía abunda or es profusa en anécdotasExample sentences
- Most of us are limited in the time we can spend on holiday so it's a matter of choices from the rich abundance of scenic delights that are available on this road.
- Because of the rich nerve supply to the head, neck and face, any surgery, no matter how small and routine, carries an inherent risk of cardiac arrest.
- Although Pattaya now has a rich abundance of retail stores, a few foodstuffs are still hard or impossible to obtain.
- Waterloo's culture is rich and full of interesting facts, periods and places.
- George led a full and rich life that has touched and brought joy to many of us.
- Roundabout at Bangalow is a delight - subtle, amusing and full of rich details that bring much of the last century to life.
- 2 2.1 [wine] generoso; [food] [ con alto contenido de grasas, huevos, azúcar etc ] avoid rich foods evite las comidas pesadas or indigestas a really rich sauce una salsa muy cremosa ( or dulce, sustanciosa etc) I found the dessert too rich el postre me pareció empalagoso 2.2 [soil/pasture] rico, fértil; [fuel mixture] de alto octanaje; [color] cálido e intenso, brillante; [voice] sonoroExample sentences
- I put my fuel mixture on rich, prop on full climb, and slowly released my brakes.
- A black dry fluffy colored plug is caused by excessive idling of the bike or by deposits from a carburetor rich with too much gas.
- That's why I look at the rich agricultural land in Aberdeenshire and ask what can be done to make it generate more income and more jobs.
- Physiographic provinces range from the High Tatras in the north to the rich agricultural lands of the plains and the Danube Basin to the south.
- It was surrounded by rich agricultural land, while the river Wensum gave opportunities for trade with Europe.
- Their skills combined to produce the modern windows with bright rich colours and strong design that Spence wanted.
- The image is generally sharp with rich colours, deep blacks and good shadow detail.
- Her hair was a dark brown, a rich colour that matched her eyes.
- The wine is very rich, but the acidity saves it from being cloying.
- The 2003 version has settled and is a rich, full-bodied table wine.
- To neutralize the aftertaste of balut, the festival has halo-halo, a traditional, rich drink suitable for any occasion.
- 3 (laughable) [colloquial/familiar] cómico, gracioso that's rich coming from you! ¡tiene gracia que tú digas eso! [irónico], ¡mira quién habla!Example sentences
- Gerry Adams said it was a bit rich of David Trimble to belatedly complain about his little trip to London to deliver an important speech.
- So it's a bit rich for Mr Rudd to come out and criticise the Government over relations with PNG.
- Criticism of over-specialisation is a bit rich from one who is herself exactly that, a haematologist.
plural noun/nombre plural
- the rich los ricos it affects rich and poor alike afecta tanto a los ricos como a los pobres
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