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1       n-uncount   Wealth is the possession of a large amount of money, property, or other valuable things. You can also refer to a particular person's money or property as their wealth.   (=affluence)  
Economic reform has brought relative wealth to peasant farmers...     
2       n-sing   If you say that someone or something has a wealth of good qualities or things, you are emphasizing that they have a very large number or amount of them.  
FORMAL   a N of n     (emphasis)    (=abundance)  
...such a wealth of creative expertise...     
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wealthy, weal, welt, wreath

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comfortable in wealth
west african language:yorubas i am tutuola
the part of philosophy that deals with knowledge
A document that facilitates the distribution of online wealth and digital assets after user death.
Bookish knowledge; knowledge obtained through hearsay, has no sound basis
a person who has a lack of experience, skill or knowledge in a particular sphere or activity, especially computing or the use of the Internet
[Slang];[Pej.] Also written "n00b" (with zeros). The word came from "newb" or "newbie" which refers to someone who is just starting out in the use of the Net.
acronym of As Far As I Know, from the best of my knowledge, according to the information that I have
the method of using knowledge or information in order to understand something
Deduction in reading is a very important strategy because usually there are many words that you don't know, but can still be guessed with the prior knowledge you have.
the process of using the knowledge or information you have in order to understand something or form an opinion, or the opinion that you form ()
I have to make deductions about the meaning of words in poem then, I could understand more.
Abandoning something that one has intimate knowledge of for something unknown and probably highly risky to one's well-being.
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