to be well-off

to be well-off: to have enough money to enjoy a comfortable life, to be rich
(also: to be well-to-do)

Examples of TO BE WELL-OFF

The ironic result is that some well-off private schools are now getting support.
The well-to-do son of a banker, Degas visited the Paris Opera-Ballet frequently.

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