affluent - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "affluent" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

affluent / богатый, обильный, полноводный
[ˈæf.lu.ənt]
[ˈæf.lu.ənt]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
богатый
rich, wealthy, affluent, abundant, full, opulent
обильный
abundant, heavy, rich, ample, copious, affluent
полноводный
affluent
имя существительное
приток
inflow, tributary, supply, affluent, afflux, feeder
подпор
affluent
приток реки
confluent, feeder, affluent
Определения
имя прилагательное
(especially of a group or area) having a great deal of money; wealthy.
the affluent societies of the western world
(of water) flowing freely or in great quantity.
He replied that the water was affluent and that they had not reviewed this in detail.
имя существительное
a tributary stream.
The chief commerce is in silk, which is carried on along the River and its numerous affluents and canals.
Примеры
He replied that the water was affluent and that they had not reviewed this in detail.
He said land in affluent areas was generally much more expensive.
Yet slowly but surely, cancer, already the second highest cause of mortality in affluent nations, is becoming a priority health problem in developing countries.
The company also ‘could not afford the rents in some of the more affluent areas.’
It is clear that by continuing to recruit disproportionately from the more affluent groups in society, higher education is exacerbating social class divides.
The best health was enjoyed by those people who reported less stress in their lives, people under the age of 55 and those living in affluent areas.
The most affluent people surveyed were around 20% more likely to recognise cancer symptoms than people from poorer backgrounds.
Schools in more affluent areas and fee paying schools are more likely to have students whose parents can and will pay a lot of money for grinds and revision courses.
If their land had become part of the city, they'd have faced the high property taxes used to cover social services in less affluent areas.
While affluent regions and social classes struggle with surplus production and surplus consumption, close to one fifth of the global population lives in constant under-nourishment.