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diamond British & World English

A precious stone consisting of a clear and colourless crystalline form of pure carbon, the hardest naturally occurring substance

Diamond, Neil British & World English

(1941-), US pop songwriter and singer. Among his many hits are “Cherry, Cherry” (1966), “Sweet Caroline” (1969) “You Don’t Bring Me Flowers” (1978, a duet with Barbra Streisand), and “Hello Again” (1980)

diamond-cut British & World English

Cut with facets like a diamond

blood diamond British & World English

Another term for conflict diamond.

rose diamond British & World English

A hemispherical diamond with the curved part cut in triangular facets

rough diamond British & World English

An uncut diamond

diamond-bird British & World English

A pardalote, which typically has rows of small white spots on the dark parts of its plumage

Diamond Head British & World English

An extinct volcano overlooking the port of Honolulu on the Hawaiian island of Oahu

diamond plate British & World English

A diamond-shaped design that is stamped into metal to give it industrial strength

Diamond State British & World English

Informal name for the state of Delaware.

diamond jubilee British & World English

The sixtieth anniversary of a notable event, especially a sovereign’s accession or the foundation of an organization

diamond python British & World English

A carpet python of a race occurring in the coastal areas of New South Wales

diamond wedding British & World English

The sixtieth anniversary of a wedding

diamond willow British & World English

A willow tree with diamond-shaped depressions on the trunk as a result of fungal attack, resulting in timber with a diamond-shaped pattern of pale sapwood and darker heartwood

conflict diamond British & World English

(In Africa) a rough diamond traded illicitly to finance an armed struggle

industrial diamond British & World English

A small diamond, not of gem quality, used in abrasives and in cutting and drilling tools

diamond cut diamond British & World English

Used to describe a situation in which a sharp-witted person meets their match

diamond rattlesnake British & World English

Another term for diamondback111.

diamond cut diamond in diamond British & World English

Used to describe a situation in which a sharp-witted person meets their match

a diamond in diamond British & World English

An excellent or very special person or thing

lasque British & World English

A flat, ill-formed, or veiny diamond

lasque diamond in lasque British & World English

A flat, ill-formed, or veiny diamond

diamond in the rough in diamond British & World English

North American term for rough diamond.

diamond English Thesaurus

diamantine

diamond English-Spanish

diamante masculine

diamond-cutter English-Spanish

(cortador masculine de) diamante masculine

diamond jubilee English-Spanish

sextuagésimo aniversario, sesenta aniversario

baseball diamond English-Spanish

diamante masculine, cuadro masculine

paste diamond in paste English-Spanish

estrás masculine

diamond/uranium mine in mine English-Spanish

mina de diamantes/uranio

the diamond's brilliance in brilliance English-Spanish

el resplandor del brillante

a diamond-studded tiara in stud English-Spanish

una tiara con incrustaciones de brillantes

she wore a diamond drop in each ear in drop English-Spanish

llevaba unos pendientes de brillantes en forma de lágrima

she's always getting at me to buy her a diamond ring in get at English-Spanish

me está siempre dando la lata para que le compre un anillo de brillantes

she's always getting at me to buy her a diamond ring in get English-Spanish

me está siempre dando la lata para que le compre un anillo de brillantes

there's an interesting story attached to this diamond in story English-Spanish

hay una historia interesante ligada a ese brillante


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