US: /ˈwɛɫθ/
UK: /wˈɛlθ/

English Vietnamese dictionary

wealth /welθ/
  • danh từ
    • sự giàu có, sự giàu sang
      • a man of wealth: người giàu có
      • to achieve wealth: làm giàu
    • tính chất có nhiều, sự phong phú
      • a painting with a wealth of details: một bức hoạ phong phú về chi tiết
    • của cải
      • the wealth of the oceans: của cải của cái đại dương
    • (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) sự thịnh vượng; hạnh phúc

Advanced English dictionary

+ noun
1 [U] a large amount of money, property, etc. that a person or country owns: a person of wealth and influence + His personal wealth is estimated at around $100 million. + the distribution of wealth in Britain
2 [U] the state of being rich: The purpose of industry is to create wealth. + Good education often depends on wealth.
3 [sing.] ~ of sth a large amount of sth: a wealth of information / talent / detail + The new manager brings a great wealth of experience to the job.

Thesaurus dictionary

1 affluence, riches, money, opulence, prosperity, property, holdings, capital, assets, wherewithal, cash:
Most of their wealth comes from illicit trade in diamonds.
2 profusion, abundance, bounty, plenteousness, bounteousness, copiousness, mine, plenitude, fullness, store, cornucopia, richness:
Janet has a wealth of ideas for situation-comedy plots.

Collocation dictionary

1 money, property, etc.


considerable, enormous, great, untold, vast | growing, increasing | economic, financial, material, mineral, natural
The country's strong economy was built on its mineral wealth. The region possesses a vast natural wealth, particularly of timber.
| national, personal, private


have, possess | accumulate, acquire, inherit | lose
He lost his wealth through poor investment.
| create


a distribution/redistribution of wealth
a redistribution of wealth through taxation

2 a wealth of: a lot of


enormous, whole


Switzerland has an enormous wealth of beautiful old buildings.


of … ~
She is a woman of untold wealth.

Concise English dictionary

+the state of being rich and affluent; having a plentiful supply of material goods and money
+the quality of profuse abundance
+an abundance of material possessions and resources
+property that has economic utility: a monetary value or an exchange value