that's rich

That's rich!

That's not a fair criticism or statement, considering who is saying it. You think I'm flaky? That's rich, considering you didn't show up either.

that’s ˈrich

(spoken, especially British English) used to say that a criticism somebody makes is surprising and not reasonable, because they have the same fault: Me? Lazy? That’s rich, coming from you!
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It's a swan song of a palette that's rich and elegant.
That's rich, considering what's happened under her tenure.
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A national holiday, Thanksgiving celebrations centre around a menu that's rich with festive fare - turkey, gravy and cranberries are a must.
That's rich coming from a party whose Prime Minister launched an attack on Libya, wanted to attack Syria and cut-back our armed forces to the bone.
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5% "dark abbey style ale" that's rich, treacly with just a hint of burnt malt.
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A low-glycemic diet--one that's rich in foods that keep a lid on blood sugar after meals--doesn't appear to lower blood sugar over the long term.
It's nice as an aperitif or could pair with Asian foods, something that's rich and oily.