"Treasure" • Chinese-English Dictionary

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 tè léi rè xiàn Treasure
 bǎo bèi treasured object / treasure / darling / baby / cowry / good-for-nothing or queer character
 zhēn xī to treasure / to value / to cherish
 bǎo guì valuable / precious / to value / to treasure / to set store by
 ài hù to cherish / to treasure / to take care of / to love and protect
 ài xī to cherish / to treasure / to use sparingly
 bǎo wù treasure / CL:件[jian4]
 bǎo zàng precious mineral deposits / hidden treasure / (fig.) treasure / (Buddhism) the treasure of Buddha's law
 zhēn bǎo a treasure
 zhōng ài to treasure / to be very fond of
 guī bǎo gem / (fig.) rare and valuable item / gem / treasure
 zhēn shì to place great importance on / to treasure
 bǎo jewel / gem / treasure / precious
 yù treasure / hard metal
 zhēn treasure
 bǎo huò precious object / treasure
 zhòng qì treasure
 guó bǎo national treasure
 xún bǎo treasure hunt
 bǎi bǎo xiāng treasure chest
 jù bǎo pén treasure bowl (mythology) / fig. source of wealth / cornucopia / gold mine
 zhì bǎo most valuable treasure / most precious asset
 wú jià zhī bǎo priceless treasure
 qí zhēn a rare treasure / sth priceless and unique
 rú huò zhì bǎo as if gaining the most precious treasure
 Jīn yín Dǎo Treasure Island by R.L. Stevenson 羅伯特·路易斯·斯蒂文森|罗伯特·路易斯·斯蒂文森[Luo2 bo2 te4 · / Lu4 yi4 si1 · / Si1 di4 wen2 sen1]
 xiàn bǎo to present a treasure / to offer a valuable piece of advice / to show off what one treasures
 bǎo dāo wèi lǎo treasure knife does not age (idiom) / old but still vigorous
 qí zhēn yì bǎo rare treasure (idiom)
 bǎo variant of 寶|宝, treasure
 gǒng bì a flat round jade ornament with a hole at the center / fig. a treasure
 Zhēng cāng yuàn Shōsō-in, treasure house belonging to Tōdai-ji 東大寺, Nara 奈良, Japan, an extensive repository of imperial treasures from Tang times / described as the east-most end of the Silk road
 shēn cáng ruò xū to hide one's treasure away so that no-one knows about it (idiom) / fig. modest about one's talents / to hide one's light under a bushel
 zhī shi bǎo kù treasure house of knowledge
 mì cáng hidden / a hidden treasure (often a Buddhist relic) / to keep secret
 jīng líng bǎo zuàn treasure of spirits / Silmarillion or Quenta Silmarillion by J.R.R. Tolkien 托爾金|托尔金
··  Robert Louis Stevenson (novelist), author of Treasure Island 金銀島|金银岛
 bǎo chuán Chinese treasure ship, a type of large sailing ship in the fleet of Ming dynasty admiral Zheng He 鄭和|郑和[Zheng4 He2]
 Luó bó tè · Lù yì sī · Sī dì wén sēn Robert Louis Stevenson (novelist), author of Treasure Island 金銀島|金银岛[Jin1 yin2 Dao3]
·· Luó bó tè · Lù yì sī · Sī dì wén sēn Robert Louis Stevenson (novelist), author of Treasure Island 金銀島|金银岛[Jin1 yin2 Dao3]
 chǒu qī jìn dì jiā zhōng bǎo an ugly wife is a treasure at home (idiom)
 cáng bǎo xiāng treasure chest
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