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.

ADV. enormously, extremely, fabulously, filthy (informal), immensely, incredibly, seriously, stinking (informal), very He's fabulously rich, one of the richest men in the world. It was mean of her only to give £1?she's filthy rich, you know. | quite, relatively | newly a newly rich businessman

2 containing/providing sth


ADV. especially, exceptionally, extraordinarily, particularly, unusually, very the exceptionally rich fishing grounds of the North Sea | fairly, quite, relatively | potentially | culturally a culturally rich nation

PREP. in Oranges are rich in vitamin C.

3 of food


ADV. very, wonderfully The sun-dried tomatoes give the dish a wonderfully rich flavour.