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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈrɪtʃ/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/rɪtʃ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(rich)


Inflections of 'rich' (adjadjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house."):
richer
adj comparative
richest
adj superlative

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Sense: Adjective: wealthy
Synonyms:
wealthy , affluent , well-to-do, loaded (slang), flush (slang), well-off, opulent, well-heeled, prosperous, filthy rich, rolling in money (informal), rolling in it (slang)
Antonyms:
poor , poverty-stricken, broke , penniless, hard-up, impoverished, destitute, needy, disadvantaged, down and out, skint (slang), broke (informal), not have a pot to piss in (UK, slang)
Sense: Adjective: luxurious
Synonyms:
lavish , luxurious , luxuriant, upscale, elegant , posh (UK, informal), ritzy (informal), swanky, high-class, fancy , opulent, sumptuous, de luxe
Antonyms:
plain , simple , modest , sparse , economical , second-rate, unstylish, unfashionable, austere, scanty, sparing
Sense: Adjective: full in flavor
Synonyms:
full , deep , strong , intense , savory, savoury (UK), heavy , delicious , creamy, buttery, sweet , sugary, bursting, flavorful, flavourful (UK), full of flavor, full of flavour (UK), full-bodied
Sense: Adjective: vivid in color
Synonyms:
vivid , vibrant , intense , deep , bright , lively , colorful , colourful (UK), saturated
Antonyms:
subdued , dim , drab , grey, colorless, somber, boring , neutral
Sense: Adjective: full - sounds or voices
Synonyms:
full , vibrant , resonant, deep , sonorous, harmonious, resonating
Antonyms:
dull , calm , cracked, faint , gentle , high-pitched, squeaky, hushed, muted, low , tinny, weak
Sense: Adjective: fertile
Synonyms:
fertile, lush , productive, fruitful , fecund, yielding, prolific, high-yielding, abundant, bountiful, fructiferous
Antonyms:
infertile, impotent, unfruitful, barren , bare , arid, fallow, withering, unproductive, sterile, desolate, bleak
Sense: Adjective: funny - informal
Synonyms:
hilarious , laughable, funny , humorous, amusing , absurd, entertaining , droll, odd , strange , ironic
Antonyms:
serious , grave , grim , sad , depressing , no laughing matter
Sense: Adjective: wealthy people or organizations - preceded by 'the'
Synonyms:
the wealthy, the affluent, the upper class, the one percent, the haves, aristocracy , oligarchy, the upper crust, the well-to-do
Antonyms:
the poor, the disadvantaged, the have-nots, the underprivileged, the needy, refugees, beggars, paupers

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