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English translation of 'riche'

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riche

[ʀiʃ ]
adjective
1.  [personne, pays] richwealthy
2.  [culture, langue] rich
3.  (abondant) [documentation] extensive
4.  [alimentation] rich
5. 
riche en rich in
riche en vitamines rich in vitamins
riche de [promesses, possibilités] full of; [détails] rich in

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Example Sentences Including 'riche'

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Elle était si riche de lumière qu'elle pouvait aisément rejeter dans le lointain ces zones d'ombre.
de Closets, François La grande manip
LE JOURNAL DU CENTRE Jean-Michel Manquat " Ce fut un dimanche riche en actualités.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Le sport est forcément riche d'incertitudes et il faut respecter les adversaires.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Les radeaux de bambou reprennent donc du service pour une nouvelle journée de dérive, au fil du courant, riche en émotions et en rapides.
Collectif (Edel, Patrick & Wolfram, Bernard) Carnets d'aventures, Spécial, 2/1989
Papa a soigné le cheval d'un riche qui l'ignore depuis, mais le cheval, lui, se souvient.
Arnaud, Georges-Jean Les moulins à nuages
Points forts une belle crème riche avec une bonne odeur de crème de soin.
Marie Claire
Sport : au-delà du foot, CANAL+ doit avoir une offre de sport riche et variée.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2003)

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'riche' in Other Languages

British English: rich /rɪtʃ/ ADJECTIVE
A rich person has a lot of money or valuable possessions.
You're going to be a very rich man.
  • American English: rich
  • Arabic: غَنِيّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: rico
  • Chinese: 富的
  • Croatian: bogat
  • Czech: bohatý
  • Danish: rig
  • Dutch: rijk
  • European Spanish: rico
  • Finnish: rikas
  • French: riche
  • German: reich
  • Greek: πλούσιος
  • Italian: ricco
  • Japanese: 金持ちの
  • Korean: 부유한
  • Norwegian: rik
  • Polish: bogaty
  • European Portuguese: rico
  • Romanian: bogat
  • Russian: богатый
  • Spanish: rico
  • Swedish: rik
  • Thai: รวย
  • Turkish: zengin
  • Ukrainian: багатий
  • Vietnamese: giàu có
British English: wealthy /ˈwɛlθɪ/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who is wealthy has a large amount of money, property, or valuable things.
...a wealthy international businessman.
  • American English: wealthy
  • Arabic: ثَرِيّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: rico
  • Chinese: 富有的
  • Croatian: bogat
  • Czech: bohatý
  • Danish: rig
  • Dutch: rijk
  • European Spanish: adinerado
  • Finnish: varakas
  • French: riche
  • German: wohlhabend
  • Greek: ευκατάστατος
  • Italian: facoltoso
  • Japanese: 富裕な
  • Korean: 부유한
  • Norwegian: velstående
  • Polish: bogaty
  • European Portuguese: rico
  • Romanian: avut
  • Russian: богатый
  • Spanish: adinerado
  • Swedish: rik
  • Thai: ร่ำรวยมั่งคั่ง
  • Turkish: varsıl
  • Ukrainian: заможний
  • Vietnamese: giàu có
British English: affluent ADJECTIVE
If you are affluent, you have a lot of money.
It is one of the most affluent areas in the country.
British English: rich NOUN
The rich are rich people.
This is a system in which the rich are taken care of and the poor are left to suffer.
  • American English: rich
  • Brazilian Portuguese: rico
  • Chinese: 富人
  • European Spanish: los ricos
  • French: riche
  • German: Reiche
  • Italian: ricchi
  • Japanese: 金持ち
  • Korean: 부자
  • European Portuguese: rico
  • Spanish: los ricos

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