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turquoise
American English: /ˈtərˌk(w)ɔɪz/
British English: /ˈtəːkwɔɪz/
, /ˈtəːkwɑːz/

Translation of turquoise in Spanish:

noun

  • 1 uncountable and countable
    Example sentences
    • Each exquisite creation is studded with semi precious stones like turquoise, amethyst, pearls and corals.
    • Precious stones like turquoise and lapis lazuli came from the West and silk from China via Central Asia.
    • The ship landed in the Land of Midian to trade corn for copper and turquoise, and there, Moses slipped away from the rest of the crew.
  • 2 uncountableturquoise (blue) (color)
    Example sentences
    • These islands are blessed with exotic beauty of turquoise blue waters and sandy beaches.
    • The turquoise water sparkled in the brilliant sunlight, dazzling the four birds as they hopped across the warm wet sand towards it.
    • The cliffs drop down to secluded bays with jagged rocks and turquoise water.
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