casket

casket
noun
1. (coffin) (United States) 
a. el ataúd (M) 
We all placed flowers on the casket before we buried it.Todos pusimos flores en el ataúd antes de enterrarlo.
2. (small box for jewelry) 
a. el cofre (M) 
She selected one of the brooches from the casket on her vanity.Escogió uno de los broches del cofre de su tocador.
I inherited my grandmother's jewelry casket after she passed away.Heredé el estuche de joyas de mi abuela después de que falleciera.
c. el joyero (M) 
My mother gave me all the rings and earrings in her casket.Mi madre me dio todos los anillos y aretes de su joyero.
d. el alhajero (M) (Latin America) 
I hid the keys in a casket in my room so that nobody else would find them.Escondí las llaves en un alhajero en mi cuarto para que nadie más las encontrara.
casket
Noun
1. (for jewelry) 
a. el estuche (M) 
2. (coffin) 
a. el ataúd (M) 
casket [ˈkɑːskɪt]
noun
(for jewels) estuche (m); cofre (m); especially (US) (coffin) ataúd (m);
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