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sapphire

noun /ˈsӕfaiə/
a kind of dark-blue precious stone
zafiro
a gold brooch set with a sapphire (also adjective) a sapphire ring.
Translations of “sapphire”
in Korean 청옥, 사파이어…
in Arabic صَفير (حَجَر كَريم)…
in French (de) saphir…
in Italian zaffiro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 藍寶石, 寶石藍色(的),天藍色(的)…
in Russian сапфир…
in Turkish safir, gök yakut…
in Polish szafir…
in Portuguese safira…
in German der Saphir, Saphir……
in Catalan safir…
in Japanese サファイア…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蓝宝石, 宝石蓝色(的),天蓝色(的)…
(Definition of sapphire from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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