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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “treasure”

treasure

noun (VALUABLE THINGS)
珍品
 
 
/ˈtreʒ.ər/ US  //
[U] very valuable things, usually in the form of a store of precious metals, precious stones or money
财宝;珍宝
Stories about pirates often include a search for buried treasure.
海盗故事中经常包括搜寻宝藏。
When they opened up the tomb they found treasure beyond their wildest dreams.
他们挖开坟墓后发现了做梦也想象不到的珍宝。
JewelleryLarge amounts of moneySmall amounts of money
treasures [plural] very valuable things, especially pieces of art
珍宝;(尤指)艺术珍品
stolen art treasures
被盗的艺术珍品
The museum houses many priceless treasures.
这家博物馆收藏了许多价值连城的珍品。
The visual arts in general
(Definition of treasure noun (VALUABLE THINGS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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