crown jewel

listen to the pronunciation of crown jewel
English - Turkish
English - English
the most desirable assets of a corporation; "their crown jewels figured prominently in the takeover attempt
The Crown Jewels are the crown, sceptre, and other precious objects which are used on important official occasions by the King or Queen
Crown Jewels
The historic royal regalia of a state; those of the United Kingdom (the orb, sceptre, swords and crowns etc) are held in the Tower of London
crown jewels
A prized possession or asset
crown jewels
The male genitalia

The whole crowd cringed as he got kicked in his crown jewels.

crown jewels
the jewelry that accompany the office of rulership in a monarchy. I.e., crown, scepter, signet ring, etc

The crown jewels in the United Kingdom are heavily guarded and anyone trying to steal them will certainly have a hard time.

crown jewels
A part of a company sought by another in a hostile takeover
crown jewels
regalia (jewellery and other paraphernalia) worn by a sovereign on state occasions
crown jewels
Ornaments used at the coronation of a monarch and the formal ensigns of monarchy worn or carried on state occasions, as well as collections of personal jewelry consolidated by European sovereigns as valuable assets of their royal houses and the offices they filled. Most familiar are those of Britain, which include St. Edward's Crown, the Royal Sceptre (with the Star of Africa diamond), the Sceptre of Equity and Mercy, and the Sword of Offering, as well as the coronation ring, anointing spoon, ampulla (flask), and coronation bracelets. Many collections of royal jewelry have been assembled, confiscated, and dispersed over the centuries
jewel in the crown
first among equals, cream of the crop, creme de la creme
crown jewel
Favorites