"Precious" • Chinese-English Dictionary

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 bǎo guì valuable / precious / to value / to treasure / to set store by
 zhēn guì precious
 guì expensive / noble / precious / (honorific) your
 guì zhòng precious
 míng guì famous and valuable / rare / precious
 zhēn zhòng precious / extremely valuable / (honorific) Please take good care of yourself!
 jīn yù gold and jade / precious
 bǎo jewel / gem / treasure / precious
 yáo jade / precious stone / mother-of-pearl / nacre / precious / used a complementary honorific
 wěi (reddish jade) / precious / rare
 yī excellent / precious / rare / fine / (used in given names)
 guī qí magnificent / precious
 bǎo mǎ precious horse
 zhū bǎo pearls / jewels / precious stones
 bǎo shí precious stone / gem / CL:枚[mei2],顆|颗[ke1]
 bǎo zàng precious mineral deposits / hidden treasure / (fig.) treasure / (Buddhism) the treasure of Buddha's law
 yù shí precious stones / jade and stone
 bǎo yù precious jade / treasures
 zhēn xī rare / precious and uncommon
 cáng pǐn museum piece / collector's item / precious object
 nán néng kě guì rare and precious / valuable / remarkable
 guì jīn shǔ precious metal
 zhì bǎo most valuable treasure / most precious asset
 rú huò zhì bǎo as if gaining the most precious treasure
 dà qì very capable person / precious object
 lìng ài your precious daughter
 hóng shān hú red coral / precious coral (Corallium rubrum and several related species of marine coral)
 měi shí precious stone / jewel
 chēn precious stone / gem
 rú huā sì yù delicate as a flower, refined as a precious jade (idiom) / (of a woman) exquisite
 xiāng chē bǎo mǎ magnificent carriage and precious horses (idiom) / rich family with extravagant lifestyle / ostentatious display of luxury
 bāo fu dǐ r family heirloom / most precious family possession / person's secrets / one's best performance
 bǎo mǎ xiāng chē precious horses and magnificent carriage (idiom) / rich family with extravagant lifestyle / ostentatious display of luxury
 xiāng lún bǎo qí magnificent carriage and precious horses (idiom) / rich family with extravagant lifestyle / ostentatious display of luxury
 dǐng chēng yù shí lit. to use a sacred tripod as cooking pot and jade as ordinary stone (idiom) / fig. a waste of precious material / casting pearls before swine
 hú (arch.) precious stone
 shí yù chuī guì food is more precious than jade and firewood more expensive than cassia (idiom) / the cost of living is very high
 sān bǎo the Three Precious Treasures of Buddhism, namely: the Buddha 佛, the Dharma 法 / (his teaching), and the Sangha 僧 / (his monastic order)
 mí zú zhēn guì extremely precious / valuable
 zhēn yì rare / precious and odd
 Luó bù lín kǎ Norbulingka (Tibetan: precious garden), summer residence of Dalai Lamas in Lhasa, Tibet
 yī excellent / precious / rare
 yī cùn guāng yīn yī cùn jīn , cùn jīn nán mǎi cùn guāng yīn lit. An interval of time is worth an ounce of gold, money cannot buy you time. (idiom) / fig. Time is precious and must be treasured.
 bǎo huò precious object / treasure
 cùn jīn nán mǎi cùn guāng yīn An ounce of gold can't buy you an interval of time (idiom) / Money can't buy you time. / Time is precious.
 xuán jadelike precious stone / jade-colored
 mài shí veinstone (stone containing a vein of precious metal)
 háo róng precious fur obtained from skin of raccoon dog after removing hard bristle
  Precious Minerals Marketing Company
 guì shān hú precious coral / red coral (Corallium rubrum and several related species of marine coral)
 jīn héng troy weight, system of weights for precious metals and gemstones based on the 12-ounce pound (or 5,760 grains)
𬒈 hú (arch.) precious stone
 xīn gān bǎo bèi precious darling (often refers to one's child) / sweetheart
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