There are 2 main translations of ricacho in English:

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ricacho 1

also: ricachón
also: feminine: ricachona
also: feminine: ricacha

adjetivo

  • [familiar] [peyorativo]
    stinking o filthy rich
    [familiar] [peyorativo]

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There are 2 main translations of ricacho in English:

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ricacho 2

also: feminine: ricacha sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

[familiar] [peyorativo]
  • rich guy/woman
    pertenece a un ricacho que vive en Monte Carlo
    it belongs to some rich guy who lives in Monte Carlo
    [familiar]
    los ricachos del lugar
    the local fat cats
    [familiar]
    los ricachos que compran estas cosas
    the rich people who buy these things
    the filthy rich o the stinking rich who buy these things
    [familiar] [peyorativo]
Example sentences
  • Falso decir que ésta es injusta porque no se les cobra a los ricachos.
  • La existencia de un príncipe ricacho y liberal imponía al buen burgués.
  • Poca solución aportaría apretar a unos pocos ricachos.

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