Tuesday, 26 April 2011

well-off

(gen.) wealthy, having enough money to live comfortably.

Example: "Her mum's a surgeon, his dad's a high-profile lawyer. Of course they're well-off."
In the news: herald.ie and guardian.co.uk
Dictionary: well-off
More idioms: wordsbiz.blogspot.com
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Joke: wordsbiz.blogspot.com/2006/06/joke-well-off.html

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