Hindi translation of 'prosperous'
prosperous /ˈprɒspərəs ˈप्रॉस्परअस्/
Prosperous people or places are rich and successful.
You often describe people or countries with a lot of money as being rich or wealthy.
a prosperous nation/economy/town/businessman/farmer
Both of these words often suggest a judgement about whether the wealth is positive, unfair or unequal. In more formal writing, you can use the words prosperous and affluent to describe areas where people have a relatively high income and a good standard of living.
There are rich countries where most people have enough and some have untold wealth, while in the poor countries desperate poverty is widespread.
Australia's economy is prosperous and stable.
This occurs twice as much in the inner city area as compared with the more affluent suburbs.
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Example Sentences Including 'prosperous'
William returned, whistling in the manner of a newly prosperous protagonist in an Ealing comedy.THE CALLIGRAPHER (2003)
Such tricks of sartorial fashion worked only in prosperous societies.Somewhere East of Life
The best life for town and country lads (16 to 21 years old) is upon Australia's big and prosperous farms.THE MAIN CAGES (2002)
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Translation of prosperous from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary