rich


rich
adj.
1 with a lot of money
VERBS
be, feel, look
become, get, grow

people who want to get rich quickly

make sb

This discovery never made her rich.

ADVERB
extremely, fairly, very, etc.
enormously, fabulously, filthy (informal), immensely, incredibly, seriously, stinking (informal)

He's fabulously rich, one of the richest men in the world.

She's filthy rich, you know.

relatively
newly

a newly rich businessman

2 containing/providing sth
VERBS
be
ADVERB
extremely, fairly, very, etc.
especially, exceptionally, extraordinarily, particularly, unusually

the exceptionally rich fishing grounds of the North Pacific

fairly, quite, relatively
potentially
culturally

a culturally rich nation

PREPOSITION
in

Oranges are rich in vitamin C.

3 of food
VERBS
be
ADVERB
very, wonderfully

The wine gives the dish a wonderfully rich aroma.

Rich is used with these nouns: ↑abundance, ↑archive, ↑aroma, ↑array, ↑assortment, ↑baritone, ↑brown, ↑businessman, businesswoman, ↑cake, ↑chestnut, ↑collection, ↑colour, ↑content, ↑country, ↑crimson, ↑deposit, ↑description, ↑dessert, ↑district, ↑diversity, ↑dividend, ↑earth, ↑experience, ↑fabric, ↑family, ↑fare, ↑farmer, ↑flavour, ↑folk, ↑food, ↑glow, ↑harvest, ↑heritage, ↑history, ↑imagination, ↑industrialist, ↑kid, ↑land, ↑laugh, ↑lawyer, ↑legacy, ↑man, ↑merchant, ↑mix, ↑mixture, ↑nation, ↑ore, ↑parent, ↑past, ↑people, ↑person, ↑purple, ↑red, ↑region, ↑repertoire, ↑resource, ↑reward, ↑robe, ↑sauce, ↑scent, ↑seam, ↑shade, ↑silk, ↑smell, ↑soil, ↑source, ↑suburb, ↑taste, ↑texture, ↑tone, ↑tradition, ↑uncle, ↑variety, ↑vein, ↑velvet, ↑vocabulary, ↑voice, ↑widow, ↑world

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