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richly
American English: /ˈrɪtʃli/
British English: /ˈrɪtʃli/

Translation of richly in Spanish:

adverb

  • 1.1 (opulently)
    (decorated/furnished)
    Example sentences
    • The large vases, jars, and bowls displayed are all richly decorated with delicate and elaborate blue underglazes.
    • In 1534 the Dragalevtsi gospel was composed and was richly decorated with fine paintings.
    • There are intricate carvings on huge stone columns and the walls are richly panelled and decorated.
    1.2 (abundantly) See examples: they were richly rewarded
    recibieron una generosa recompensa
    they received the punishment they so richly deserved
    recibieron su bien merecido castigo
    the most richly endowed country in the region
    el país con más abundantes recursos de la región
    a richly detailed biography
    una biografía rica en detalles or con profusión de detalles

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