Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Rich"

The meaning of "Rich" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does rich mean?
A: To have a large amount money
Q: What does rich mean?
A: "you are rich" = "você é rico."
Q: What does that's rich mean?
A: "That's rich" is a sarcastic expression. :)

Person 1: "Can you believe John is going to the party, and with Jane there too?"
Person 2: "Haha, that's rich."

It means when you can see through someone's actions. The expression is hard to explain. It's an expression sometimes used in an informal, casual setting.
Q: What does rich mean?
A: "Rich" hace referencia a una persona qué es rica (qué tiene mucho dinero)
Q: What does conveniently rich mean?
A: "conveniently rich" could mean being wealthy and having to struggle very little or not much at all.

Example sentences using "Rich"

Q: Please show me example sentences with rich.
A: @priyamit

I'm poor guy 😔😔 not a rich men
Q: Please show me example sentences with rich.
A: The man whose the black car is rich.
Q: Please show me example sentences with rich in.
A: Oranges are rich in vitamin c.

Synonyms of "Rich" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between rich and minted ?
A: They are both the same in terms of wealth/having a lot of money and properties. It's just that minted is a British slang (informal speech) for the word rich.
Q: What is the difference between rich and wealthy ?
A: Good question!

It's important to understand the difference

To be rich is to have a lot of money

To be wealthy means that your family has a lot of money, and probably has for at least a couple of generations. Most of the people you know are probably wealthy also. Wealth is institutional.

People misunderstand and mix up these words all the time, but they are very different
Q: What is the difference between rich and wealthy ?
A: They both mean that someone has a lot of money, but wealthy is more formal. You're more likely to hear "rich" in everyday conversation, and read/hear "wealthy" on the news or in books.
Q: What is the difference between He's rich and He's wealthy ?
A: There's not really a major difference. Wealthy is just more formal. They are both synonyms
Q: What is the difference between rich and wealthy ?
A: In money terms, nothing. But one can be rich in other things, while wealthy is used almost exclusively for money.

Translations of "Rich"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? that's rich
A: that's rich.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? rich
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? что такое rich
A: что такое rich- what is rich
богатые
people with a lot of money
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? rich
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Other questions about "Rich"

Q: She’s a rich, opposite to me, sadly does this sound natural?
A: × She’s a rich, opposite to me, sadly
✓ She’s a rich, unlike me, unfortunately.

Q: Rich countries could also help by offering financial assistance to countries which protect their rainforest and "deny" it to nations lacking effective conservation policies.

I am a bit confused with the word "deny" in the above sentence.
I am wondering who deny it, rich countries or ones that protect their rainforest?
A: “And” is used between the verbs “help” (offering financial assistance) + “deny (it = financial assistance). Both verbs have the same subject, aka “rich countries.”
Q: Which one?
He’s as rich as arrogant
He’s as much rich as arrogant does this sound natural?
A: He is as rich as he is arrogant. OR He's as rich as he is arrogant. (The second option here is more casual.)
Q: Rich people is...

The rich are... does this sound natural?
A: rich people [are]
since "rich people" and "the rich" are plural nouns, use "are" after
Q: i'm rich does this sound natural?
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