Definition of 'well-off'
Example sentences containing 'well-off'
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Her husband, who had died three years previously, had left her well-off. THE IMAGE OF LAURA (1999)With your dividends, and perks, you'll be extremely well-off. SEIZE THE RECKLESS WIND (1999)
"Is there anything in what you saw of Agnes Ferman that would have led you to believe she was fairly well-off ? BREACH OF DUTY (1999)
Translations for 'well-off'
British English: well-off /ˈwɛlˈɒf/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who is well-off is rich enough to be able to do and buy most of the things that they want.
- American English: well-off
- Arabic: غَنِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: próspero
- Chinese: 境遇好的
- Croatian: dobrostojeći
- Czech: majetný
- Danish: velhavende
- Dutch: welgesteld
- European Spanish: acomodado
- Finnish: varakas
- French: aisé
- German: wohlhabend
- Greek: εύπορος
- Italian: benestante
- Japanese: 裕福な
- Korean: 부유한
- Norwegian: velsituert
- Polish: zamożny
- European Portuguese: próspero
- Romanian: înstărit
- Russian: состоятельный
- Spanish: acomodado
- Swedish: välbärgad
- Thai: ซึ่งร่ำรวย
- Turkish: hali vakti yerinde
- Ukrainian: забезпечений
- Vietnamese: sung túc
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