Translations & Examples
affluent (also: exuberant, fat, fraught, loaded, luxuriant, minted, plentiful, redundant, rich, sumptuous)
expand_more A Great Benefit épülete Cleveland egyik gazdag külvárosi részében áll.
A sport nem szabad, hogy a gazdag gyerekek kiváltsága legyen.
Ezt a gazdag régiók valószínűleg jobban csinálják, mint a kevésbé gazdagok.
Context sentences for "affluent" in Hungarian
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EnglishThe neighborhood was young and affluent, with bikes and tricycles in every yard.
EnglishThis is probably done more easily by affluent regions than by those less well-off.
EnglishAs the country grew affluent it died out, and vaccination stopped for 36 years.
EnglishKay's favorite restaurant was a chic East Memphis hangout for the young affluent.
EnglishTHE GREAT BENEFIT BUILDING is in an affluent Cleveland suburb, one created by white flight.
EnglishAffluent parents signed the waiting list shortly after birth.
EnglishThe misery of these poorest people is an affront to affluent Europe, and so we return them.
EnglishThe Alpine region is one of the most important and affluent territories within the European Community.
EnglishAs a result, only the most affluent can afford the luxury of treatment abroad.
EnglishThis advanced and affluent country with a European spirit lies more than 27,000 km away from Slovakia.
EnglishSport should not just be something for affluent children.
EnglishPoor people are more likely to become ill and die at an earlier age than those who are more affluent.
EnglishThese guys-all guys, no women-take a lot of pride in their wealth, and everyone is expected to look and act affluent.
EnglishAffluent regions should perhaps be allowed or obliged to do more to eliminate pockets of poverty.
EnglishThey were young, successful and affluent.
EnglishHealth workers are leaving for more affluent countries because health budgets are being slashed in their own countries.
EnglishThen, instead of going to the most needy, help with housing will go to developers and affluent residents of new estates.
English(SK) Mr President, economic migration is a fact that is more or less familiar to all the more affluent countries of the European Union.
EnglishFor example, in the UK, non-food pubs accounted for half of all pubs in deprived areas, compared with a quarter in more affluent areas.
EnglishWe also know that poverty has not fallen in the European Union over the past five years, but that in fact more people are excluded from the affluent society.