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treasure

 
treasure
noun
1. (hoard of wealth) 
a. el tesoro (M) 
Legend says pirates buried their treasure here.La leyenda dice que los piratas enterraron su tesoro aquí.
2. (valuable object) 
a. el tesoro (M) 
This guitar, given to me by a dear friend, is a treasure to me.Esta guitarra que me dio un gran amigo es un tesoro para mí.
3. (colloquial) (invaluable person) 
a. el tesoro (M) 
Your daughter is a treasure. She's so smart and kind.Tu hija es un tesoro. Es tan inteligente y amable.
transitive verb
4. (to appreciate) 
a. atesorar 
I will always treasure the memories from our trip.Siempre voy a atesorar los recuerdos de nuestro viaje.
5. (to cherish) 
a. valorar 
I treasure the moments we spent together.Valoro todos los momentos que hemos pasado juntos.
treasure
Noun
1. (also fig) 
a. el tesoro (M) 
treasure huntjuego de las pistas
transitive verb
2. (general) 
a. apreciar mucho, tener en gran estima 
my most treasured possessionmi más preciado bien
treasure [ˈtreʒəʳ]
noun
(gold, jewels) tesoro (m)
buried treasure tesoro (m) enterrado or escondido; (valuable object, person) joya (f); our charlady is a real treasure nuestra asistenta es una verdadera joya; treasures of Spanish art joyas del arte español; yes, my treasure sí, mi tesoro
transitive verb
1 (value) valorar
2 (also treasure up) (keep) [+memories, mementos] guardar; atesorar;
modifier
treasure chest (n) cofre (m) del tesoro; tesoro (m)
...a treasure chest buried on the beach
[of information, knowledge] tesoro (m)
The book is a treasure chest of information presented in an easily understood manner A compendium of inventors associated with the town, it is described by the council as "a treasure-chest of tales of local genius"
treasure house (n) mina (f)
treasure hunt (n) caza (f) del tesoro
treasure trove (n) tesoro (m) hallado
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