treasure noun (VALUABLE THINGS) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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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
Translations of “treasure”
in Arabic كَنْز…
in Korean 보물…
in Malaysian harta karun, orang yg sangat berharga…
in French trésor…
in Turkish hazine, define, gömü…
in Italian tesoro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 珍品, 財寶, 珍寶…
in Russian сокровища, сокровище…
in Polish bogactwo, skarb…
in Vietnamese tài sản, châu báu, của quý…
in Spanish tesoro…
in Portuguese tesouro…
in Thai สมบัติ, ของมีค่า…
in German der Schatz, Schatz-…, die Perle…
in Catalan tresor…
in Japanese 宝物, 財宝…
in Indonesian harta, barang berharga…
(Definition of treasure noun (VALUABLE THINGS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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