Translation of treasure in Spanish:
- 1.1 uncountable (hoard of wealth)they were hunting for buried treasuretesoros (masculine plural)the galleon was laden with treasurebuscaban tesoros escondidosel galeón estaba lleno de riquezasExample sentences1.2 countable (something valuable, prized) the treasures of Antiquity
art treasureslos tesoros de la antigüedadthis letter is one of my treasurestesoros artísticosa good mechanic is a real treasureesta carta es uno de mis más preciados tesorosa treasure house of informationun buen mecánico es una verdadera joyauna mina de informaciónExample sentences1.3 (term of endearment) you're a treasure!
- He drew it back, cradling it like precious treasure.
- Russia, having annexed the Crimea, had embarked on a titanic struggle with the Ottoman Empire which was absorbing stupendous quantities of manpower and treasure.
- He had always sort of imagined love, a fact he guarded more carefully than the most precious of his treasure.
¡eres un tesoro!Example sentences
- Ancient manuscripts depicting the history of Armenia are housed in the national library, Madenataran, and are valued national and historical treasures.
- Sometimes, this involved the omission of some real treasures.
- If you don't drink the occasional bottle of Californian wine, then you're missing out on some real treasures.
- He's a national treasure and I just love the guy.
- Congratulations Maureen; you're one of Kilmead's real treasures.
- Oliver's been a real treasure and has loosely formed a routine for both day and night.
- 1.1 (value greatly) See examples: thank you for the book, I shall always treasure ityou should treasure a friend like himgracias por el libro, siempre significará muchísimo para míI treasure the moments we spent togetherdeberías apreciar or valorar muchísimo a un amigo como él1.2el recuerdo de los momentos que pasamos juntos es muy preciado para míatesoro el recuerdo de los momentos que pasamos juntos [literary]also: treasured past participlemy most treasured possessionmi bien más preciado [literary]
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