Rich - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- marked by great fruitfulness (syn: fat, fertile, productive)
- strong; intense (syn: deep)
- very productive
- containing plenty of fat, or eggs, or sugar
- marked by richness and fullness of flavor (syn: full-bodied, racy, robust)
- pleasantly full and mellow
- affording an abundant supply (syn: ample, copious, plenteous, plentiful)
Her investments have made her rich.
The dictionary is a rich source of information.
The food was a little too rich for me.
Their country has a rich cultural heritage.
This area has a rich history.
She has a rich vocabulary.
She found herself a rich husband.
He thought this was the easiest way to get rich.
She was both beautiful and fabulously rich.
His brother's stinking rich (=very rich, in a way that you do not approve of).
Citrus fruits are rich in vitamin C.
Pregnant women should eat protein-rich foods.
Rich mineral deposits have been found in the sea bed.
Red meat is a rich source of iron.
The area has a very rich history.