Whatis jewelry in spanish?
I want to find out to tell my friend..
a jeweler's shop is a joyeria so therfore joyas as the answer is most likely to be correct
Double-click on the word "jewelry".
I've heard (and myself used) "brillantes" the same way as "bling" and was perfectly understood.
There is a traditional song "Carasclás" that is (or, at least, used to be) a popular drinking song for Spanish university students. One of the verses is: - Con la hija del joyero - Encantado me casaría - Antes le robo el dinero - Y luego la joyería.
The straightforward translation would be ¨With the daughter of the jeweler/I'd happily marry/First I'd steal her money/And then the jewelry.
The last word involves a play on a similar-sounding word in Spanish (which the rules of the forum and site prevent me from explaining). If, however, you can manage to find out what the joke is, I guarantee that you'll never forget the meaning of "joyería"
the spanish word for jewelry is Joyería, joya = jewel or gem, joyero = jeweller
joya::: las joyas