Translation of well-to-do in Spanish:


adinerado, adj.

Pronunciation /wɛltəˈduː//ˌwɛltəˈdu/


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    (family/businessman) adinerado
    (family/businessman) acaudalado
    (neighborhood) de gente adinerada
    • Diana is from a well-to-do family and lives in a London penthouse.
    • Her Austrian family had been well-to-do leather merchants in Vienna until her father died.
    • The story was that of a little girl who was born in a well-to-do family and was a top performer in her studies.
    • The large well-to-do families those great houses were built for left long ago.
    • His wife Tina is from a well-to-do family that owns much of the land and property in the Valley.
    • You should be happy that your daughters have married into this well-to-do and respectable family.
    • Born in London, he was raised in a well-to-do family, and given an undergraduate education.
    • Hotels and the more well-to-do families on the hillsides would set off fireworks.
    • Most artists, however, either hold full-time jobs or come from well-to-do families.
    • He had been a doctor from a well-to-do family, but found he was unable to practise in Britain because he had no certificates to prove his qualifications.
    • According to one person who attended, the gatherings attracted twenty-somethings from well-to-do Irish families.
    • Julia, John's mother, was the fourth of five sisters born into a well-to-do Liverpool family.