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trinket

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈtrɪŋ.kɪt/
a small decorative object, or a piece of jewellery that is cheap or of low quality: She always returns from vacation with a few souvenirs, even if they're only cheap trinkets.
Translations of “trinket”
in Vietnamese đồ nữ trang…
in Spanish bisutería, quincalla, baratija…
in Thai สิ่งประดับเล็กน้อย…
in Malaysian barang kodi…
in French babiole…
in German der Zierat…
in Chinese (Traditional) 小件飾物, 廉價珠寶…
in Indonesian perhiasan kecil…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小件饰物, 廉价珠宝…
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