Associations to the word «Rich»
RICH, adjective. Wealthy: having a lot of money and possessions.
RICH, adjective. Having a fatty, intense flavour.
RICH, adjective. Plentiful, abounding, abundant, fulfilling.
RICH, adjective. Yielding large returns; productive or fertile; fruitful.
RICH, adjective. Composed of valuable or costly materials or ingredients; procured at great outlay; highly valued; precious; sumptuous; costly.
RICH, adjective. Not faint or delicate; vivid.
RICH, adjective. (informal) (dated) Very amusing.
RICH, adjective. (informal) Ridiculous, absurd.
RICH, adjective. Used to form adjectives when combined with common nouns for things considered desirable in the context. The resulting adjectives usually mean "abounding in (common noun)".
RICH, adjective. (computing) Elaborate, having complex formatting, multimedia, or depth of interaction.
RICH, adjective. Of a fuel-air mixture, having less air than is necessary to burn all of the fuel; less air- or oxygen- rich than necessary for a stoichiometric reaction.
RICH, verb. (obsolete) To enrich.
RICH, proper noun. A diminutive of the male given name Richard.
RICH, proper noun. A surname.
RICH AS CROESUS, adjective. (simile) Very wealthy.
RICH CLIENT, noun. (computing) Synonym of fat client.
RICH CLIENTS, noun. Plural of rich client
RICH FOR ONE'S BLOOD, adjective. Alternative form of too rich for one's blood
RICH INTERNET APPLICATION, noun. (software) A Web application that has many of the characteristics of desktop application software, like domain logic.
RICH INTERNET APPLICATION, noun. (software) (Java programming language) With respect to Java the phrase means applets and Web start applications.
RICH INTERNET APPLICATIONS, noun. Plural of rich Internet application
RICH MAN'S DISEASE, proper noun. Gout
RICH TEA BISCUIT, noun. A sweet biscuit whose ingredients generally include wheat flour, sugar, vegetable oil, and malt extract, often dunked into tea or coffee.
RICH TEXT, noun. (computing) Text that has been enhanced with formatting, multimedia, etc., such as Microsoft's Rich Text Format or the enriched text format used in electronic mail.
RICH, noun. People who have possessions and wealth (considered as a group); "only the very rich benefit from this legislation".
RICH, adjective. Possessing material wealth; "her father is extremely rich"; "many fond hopes are pinned on rich uncles".
RICH, adjective. Having an abundant supply of desirable qualities or substances (especially natural resources); "blessed with a land rich in minerals"; "rich in ideas"; "rich with cultural interest".
RICH, adjective. Of great worth or quality; "a rich collection of antiques".
RICH, adjective. Marked by great fruitfulness; "fertile farmland"; "a fat land"; "a productive vineyard"; "rich soil".
RICH, adjective. Strong; intense; "deep purple"; "a rich red".
RICH, adjective. Very productive; "rich seams of coal".
RICH, adjective. High in mineral content; having a high proportion of fuel to air; "a rich vein of copper", "a rich gas mixture".
RICH, adjective. Suggestive of or characterized by great expense; "a rich display".
RICH, adjective. Containing plenty of fat, or eggs, or sugar; "rich desserts"; "they kept gorging on rich foods".
RICH, adjective. Marked by richness and fullness of flavor; "a rich ruby port"; "full-bodied wines"; "a robust claret"; "the robust flavor of fresh-brewed coffee".
RICH, adjective. Pleasantly full and mellow; "a rich tenor voice".
RICH, adjective. Affording an abundant supply; "had ample food for the party"; "copious provisions"; "food is plentiful"; "a plenteous grape harvest"; "a rich supply".
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