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Translation of "jade" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

jade

noun [U]     /dʒeɪd/
a precious green stone from which jewellery and small models are made, especially in China and Japan 玉;翡翠 jade earrings 翡翠耳環 Precious and semi-precious stonesTypes of rock
Translations of “jade”
in Vietnamese ngọc bích…
in Spanish jade…
in Thai หยก…
in Malaysian jed…
in French (de) jade…
in German der Jade, Jade-……
in Indonesian batu giok…
in Russian нефрит…
in Turkish yeşim, yeşim taşı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 玉, 翡翠…
in Polish nefryt…
(Definition of jade from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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