Affluent ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Affluent ( adjective )

  1. Having a great deal of money; financially well-off.
  2. Having a plentiful supply of something, such as water.

Origin:

Early 17th century: from latin affluent- "flowing in", from the verb affluere, from ad- "to" + fluere "to flow".

Examples:

  1. The affluent neighborhood had large houses and fancy cars.
  2. He was from an affluent family.
  3. The river was affluent in fish.
  4. The area was affluent in natural resources.
  5. The company was affluent in revenue.

(As a noun)

Affluent ( noun )

  1. Having a great deal of money; financially well-off.
  2. Having a plentiful supply of something, such as water.

Origin:

Early 17th century: from latin affluent- "flowing in", from the verb affluere, from ad- "to" + fluere "to flow".

Examples:

  1. The affluent neighborhood had large houses and fancy cars.
  2. He was from an affluent family.
  3. The river was affluent in fish.
  4. The area was affluent in natural resources.
  5. The company was affluent in revenue.
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