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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
財寶;珍寶
Stories about pirates often include a search for buried treasure.
海盜故事中經常包括搜尋寶藏。
When they opened up the tomb they found treasure beyond their wildest dreams.
他們挖開墳墓,發現了做夢也想像不到的珍寶。
JewelleryLarge amounts of moneySmall amounts of money
treasures [plural] very valuable things, especially pieces of art
珍寶;(尤指)藝術珍品
stolen art treasures
被盜的藝術珍品
The museum houses many priceless treasures.
這家博物館收藏了許多價值連城的珍品。
The visual arts in general
Translations of “treasure”
in Korean 보물…
in Arabic كَنْز…
in French trésor…
in Italian tesoro…
in Russian сокровища, сокровище…
in Turkish hazine, define, gömü…
in Polish bogactwo, skarb…
in Spanish tesoro…
in Portuguese tesouro…
in German der Schatz, Schatz-…, die Perle…
in Catalan tresor…
in Japanese 宝物, 財宝…
in Chinese (Simplified) 珍品, 财宝, 珍宝…
(Definition of treasure noun (VALUABLE THINGS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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