affluence


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  • noun

Synonyms for affluence

Synonyms for affluence

a great amount of accumulated money and precious possessions

Synonyms for affluence

abundant wealth

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American Affluence Research reports include data collected through surveys given to the top 10% of American affluent families, specifically those who have a minimum $942,000 net worth.
Ces rencontres ont connu une affluence particuliere, notamment de la part d'un public hautement motive par un investissement immobilier au Maroc et venu ecouter et echanger autour de sujets traditionnels relatifs aux differentes etapes ponctuant une acquisition immobiliere, notamment la fiscalite, la transmission du patrimoine et les regimes fonciers.
Affluence is taken here to mean abounding in the provision of goods and services beyond those necessary to maintain a basic standard of living.
Richard Brasher has been saying affluence is the new format.
Offer supports these claims with general studies of well being and affluence and with more in-depth examinations of particular products and social trends.
Existing alongside this remarkable level of mass affluence all over the world, unfortunately, are more than a billion people who live on less than one dollar a day.
Twenty towns and cities make up the Affordable Affluence Index with Stratford at number 13.
Mintel senior market analyst Amanda Lintott said, 'Hectic lifestyles and rising affluence mean that consumers are increasingly looking to buy products that reduce the time they spend doing household chores.
In "Famine, Affluence, and Morality," Singer concludes that the affluent have an obligation to assist those whose lives are in danger, such as those living in conditions of absolute poverty.
But few in Gotham seem to realize that beyond the sphere of economic influence and affluence of the city is a world of dire economic crisis: boarded-up strip malls lining the upstate highways and byways and devastated cities with crippled economies, unable to support their own schools, much less subsidize ours.
The first has been fulfilled and the second has been underway for four or more centuries but has accelerated unexpectedly since World War II in an era of greatly increased affluence and breathtaking technological advances.
The problem is that the most fortunate part of the human population has now attained an affluence that approaches historical opulence.
In these hard days of affluence, what sort of present do you obtain for the recipient who has everything?
The explosive growth and increasing affluence in the area convinced Malone and his partners that the time had arrived for a local Mercedes- Benz dealership.
Mass Affluence lays out seven new rules of mass marketing specifically directed for use with the increasingly affluent populace and shows how innovative companies are implementing these novel strategies with high-end products that fill a heretofore ignored middle-ground in ordinary product categories ranging from clothing, to oral care, to house hold cleaning, and more.