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prized

adjective uk   /praɪzd/ us  
considered valuable and important: The 1961 vintage is highly prized among wine connoisseurs. Her photograph is among my most prized possessions.
Translations of “prized”
in Chinese (Traditional) 非常有價值的,非常重要的,極其珍貴的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 非常有价值的,非常重要的,极其珍贵的…
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