In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(family/person) adinerado(family/person) acaudalado(family/person) rico(area/nation) rico
- The rich are almost obscenely wealthy, while the poor live in shocking conditions.
- She died a wealthy woman, leaving her money to religious institutions and charities.
- The wealthy would rather spend their money on a good tax accountant than give it to the chancellor.
- There are very few wealthy countries that are not also stable liberal democracies.
- The level of public support for the arts is much lower than it is in other wealthy nations.
- However, there is bad news for wealthy families who use trusts to shelter assets from tax.
- Mirrors used to be an extremely expensive accessory, only affordable by the wealthy.
- Most of us here are from an incredibly privileged section of a very wealthy nation.
- Under this President, he said, the tax burden of the wealthy has gone down and that of the middle class has gone up.
- Considering how much they ate, it is a wonder wealthy Victorians were not all huge.
- The son of a wealthy Greek businessman, he expected his command to be instantly obeyed.
- Never even having owned a house in his life, Stewart became a very wealthy man overnight.
- There is not a great deal America, or other countries of the wealthy west, can do about this.
- So there you have it: an extremely wealthy young man spends a lot of money at the bookies.
- Some of the middlemen did become wealthy, but they lived and spent their money in the towns.
- There are a lot of wealthy people who work in Leeds and Bradford and live in Craven and we are calling on them to help.
- Now lives will be lost unless wealthy nations are prepared to act on a larger scale than ever before.
- His grandmother was a wealthy lady who lived in Hull and originally bought the paintings.
- Now the losses are enormous and you'd have to be seriously wealthy to cover them.
- It is great if you are wealthy enough to be able to afford to send your children to an independent school.
1the wealthy — los ricos
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