In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1prosperidad femininebienestar económico masculineto live in affluence — vivir en la abundancia
- Much greater wealth is concentrated in ever-decreasing numbers of centres of affluence.
- A decade of affluence and stability has created a backlash.
- Now, in our new climate of national affluence, wealth and all its trappings seem available to anybody determined enough to have them.
- The era was also one of prosperity and affluence, an era of material plenty.
- Most population researchers agree that population growth quickly slows with a level of relative affluence.
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