be well off

be ˌwell ˈoff


1 be rich enough to have a high standard of living: Her parents are both doctors so they’re quite well off. OPPOSITE: be hard up
2 be in a fortunate situation: Some people don’t know when they’re well off. If they realized how millions of people in this world live, they wouldn’t complain so much. OPPOSITE: be badly off
See also: off, well