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Spanish translation of “treasure”

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treasure

noun /ˈtreʒə/
a store of money, gold, jewels etc
tesoro
The miser kept a secret hoard of treasure ( also adjective) a treasure chest.
something very valuable
tesoro
Our babysitter is a real treasure!
treasured adjective regarded as precious; valued
valioso, precioso
The photograph of her son is her most treasured possession.
treasurer noun the person in a club, society etc, who looks after the money.
tesorero
treasure hunt noun a game in which players have to find hidden objects or a single hidden prize, especially by following a trail of clues
Búsqueda del Tesoro
They organized a treasure hunt for the children’s party.
Translations of “treasure”
in Korean 보물…
in Arabic كَنْز…
in French trésor…
in Italian tesoro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 珍品, 財寶, 珍寶…
in Russian сокровища, сокровище…
in Turkish hazine, define, gömü…
in Polish bogactwo, skarb…
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 from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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