Definition of emerald-cut in English:

emerald-cut

Syllabification: em·er·ald-cut
Pronunciation: /ˈem(ə)rəldˌkət
 
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adjective

(Of a gem) cut in a rectangular shape with stepped facets.
More example sentences
  • His Lady Kalla - a modern version of the Kallista - is an indulgent work embedded with 108 emerald-cut diamonds totaling 32.13 carats set in hand-carved white gold at a reduced price of $330,000.
  • While searching for her car keys one day, she came across a black velvet Tiffany box that contained a three-karat emerald-cut diamond ring.
  • She looked at the ring on her finger and was blown away by it; it was a very large emerald-cut diamond sitting on a platinum band that had several more diamonds set in it, circling the entire band.

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