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Turkish translation of “emerald”

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STONE [C] a bright green stone used in jewellery
Precious and semi-precious stonesTypes of rock
COLOUR [U] ( also emerald green) a bright green colour
zümrüt yeşili
Less common coloursCommon colours
emerald adjective
Translations of “emerald”
in Korean 에메랄드…
in Arabic زُمُرُّد…
in French émeraude, (vert) émeraude…
in Italian smeraldo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 翡翠, 綠寶石, 翠綠色…
in Russian изумруд, изумрудный цвет…
in Polish szmaragd, (kolor) szmaragdowy…
in Spanish esmeralda, verde esmeralda…
in Portuguese esmeralda…
in German der Smaragd, smaragdgrün…
in Catalan maragda…
in Japanese エメラルド…
in Chinese (Simplified) 翡翠, 绿宝石, 翠绿色…
(Definition of emerald from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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