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richadjective

  • ja金持ちな、裕福な、
  • enhaving a lot of money and possessions; wealthy

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I'm rich!
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Nothing can touch me!
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That's the biggest diamond I've ever seen!
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We're rich!
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We're rich!
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- Y2K! - Y2K!
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There's faces on both sides of these.
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And it's the same guy, too.
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I'm rich!
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I'm rich!
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I look rich as hell 'cause I am.

Other meanings for rich...

richadjective

  • jaこってり、濃厚な
  • en(of food) containing a large amount of fat, spices, sugar, etc.
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It is incredibly rich, richer than any steak I've eaten I think.
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It's a juicy, greasy, oily sandwich.
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Generously drizzle your chocolate sauce all over.
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This will add an extra rich layer.
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We marinate it and then power-cook it.
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And then we deep-fry it so it's nice and tender.
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Just falls off the bone.
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It's really fatty, though. Really rich.
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Okay, so, just a taste 'cause I don't wanna spoil my supper.
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But it looks really rich and moist.
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This is great.
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Wow.
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Oh, that's so rich.
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When I do this sauce, I always add a little more tomato.
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But tomato paste is super concentrated,
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has a nice, rich flavor.