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English - Turkish

Panda, Çin'in millî hazinesidir. - The panda is China's national treasure.

Tom hazine aramayı durdurdu ve eve gitti. - Tom stopped looking for the treasure and went back home.

{i} servet

Bu top o çocuğun servetidir. - This ball is that boy's treasure.

{i} değerli insan
{f} toplamak
{f} değerini bilmek
büyük değer vermek
{f} biriktir
çok değerli şey/varlık
çok kıymetli tutmak

Gömülü hazineyi nerede bulacağımı tam olarak biliyorum. - I know exactly where to find the buried treasure.

Burada gömülü bir hazine yok. - There's no buried treasure here.

{f} değer vermek
hazine, define, aşkım, sevgili
çok değerli saymak
üzerine titremek
treasure city hazinenin bulunduğu şehir
erzak depoları ve mağazalar şehri
treasure house hazine dairesi
treasure chest
hazine sandığı
treasure trove
sahipsiz hazine
treasure house
hazine evi
treasure house
hazine dairesi
treasure ship
treasure state
hazine durumu
treasure up
aklında tutmak
treasure bill
hazine faturası
treasure chest
Define sandığı, hazine sandığı
treasure counselorship
Hazine müsteşarlığı
treasure hunt
hazine avı
treasure map
hazine haritası
treasure possession
en değerli varlık
treasure seeker
define avcısı
treasure house
{i} zengin kaynak
treasure house
{i} hazine
treasure hunt
saklanmış bir şeyi bulma oyunu
treasure hunting
treasure trove
sahipsiz hazine/define
treasure trove
sahibi bilinmeyen define
treasure trove
zengin kaynak
treasure up
treasure up
Quietness is a great treasure
(Atasözü) Sükût altındır
hidden treasure
gizli hazine
underground treasure
yeraltı zenginliği
English - English
A term of endearment

Hello, Treasure, he said without turning round. For a second she hesitated, standing in the soft light of the lamp, the deep blue of the rug making a background for her, the black fur collar of her coat framing the vivid beauty of her face.

Any single thing that one values greatly

Her teeth are bright and pearly and her hair is black as jet.

To store or stow in a safe place

The rose-buds, withered as they were, were still treasured under his cuirass, and nearest to his heart.

To consider to be precious

I've bedewed it with tears, and embalmed it with sighs.

A collection of valuable things

Now, resumed Silver, here it is. You give us the chart to get the treasure by, and drop shooting poor seamen and stoving of their heads in while asleep. You do that, and we'll offer you a choice. Either you come aboard along of us, once the treasure shipped, and then I'll give you my affy-davy, upon my word of honour, to clap you somewhere safe ashore.

{v} to lay up, hoard, provide a supply
{n} wealth laid up, a store, abundance
accumulated wealth in the form of money or jewels etc ; "the pirates hid their treasure on a small island in the West Indies"
accumulated wealth in the form of money or jewels etc
That which is very much valued
Treasure is a collection of valuable old objects such as gold coins and jewels that has been hidden or lost. It was here, the buried treasure, she knew it was
{i} stored up wealth, hoard of riches, cache; something very valuable
hold dear; "I prize these old photographs"
a collection of precious things; "the trunk held all her meager treasures" any possession that is highly valued by its owner; "the children returned from the seashore with their shells and other treasures" accumulated wealth in the form of money or jewels etc
Treasures are valuable objects, especially works of art and items of historical value. The house was large and full of art treasures
A great quantity of anything collected for future use; abundance; plenty
If you treasure something that you have, you keep it or care for it carefully because it gives you great pleasure and you think it is very special. She treasures her memories of those joyous days. = cherish Treasure is also a noun. His greatest treasure is his collection of rock records. + treasured treas·ured These books are still among my most treasured possessions
If you say that someone is a treasure, you mean that they are very helpful and useful to you. Charlie? Oh, he's a treasure, loves children. = gem. to keep and care for something that is very special, important, or valuable to you
To collect and deposit, as money or other valuable things, for future use; to lay up; to hoard; usually with up; as, to treasure up gold
"the pirates hid their treasure on a small island in the West Indies
a collection of precious things; "the trunk held all her meager treasures"
Objects which are worth points to you when dropped in the swamp Usually abbreviated to T Beware using DR T when you hold some T you don't want to drop
Wealth accumulated; especially, a stock, or store of money in reserve
{f} put away for future use, hoard; cherish, prize, value greatly
any possession that is highly valued by its owner; "the children returned from the seashore with their shells and other treasures"
To consider something or someone to be precious
be fond of; be attached to
The Treasure Act [1996] defines treasure as: Objects – other than coins – which are at least 300 years old and which contain at least 10% by weight of gold or silver Coins more than 300 years old which are found in hoards This is 2 or more coins if the precious metal content is more than 10%, and 10 or more coins if the precious metal content is below 10% All objects found in clear archæological association with items which are treasure under the above definitions And any object which would have been treasure trove under earlier definitions
Any single thing one values greatly
art highly prized for its beauty or perfection
treasure chest
a chest filled with treasure, especially one used by pirates etc
treasure chest
the chest that held the royal treasury
treasure chests
plural form of treasure chest
treasure flower
A gazania, any flowers of the genus Gazania, flowering plants found in Southern Africa, especially Gazania rigens
treasure flowers
plural form of treasure flower
treasure house
A treasury
treasure house
A building where valuable things are stored
treasure houses
plural form of treasure house
treasure hunt
A game in which people have to find hidden objects or places, with the help of clues
treasure hunt
A search for buried treasure
treasure hunts
plural form of treasure hunt
treasure map
A map, on which is marked the location of buried treasure

While going through the possessions of a deceased guest who owed them money, the mistress of the inn and her son find a treasure map that leads them to a pirate's fortune.

treasure maps
plural form of treasure map
treasure trove
Precious metal objects that were buried or concealed by an unknown owner
treasure trove
A hidden treasure, subsequently discovered
treasure trove
A valuable discovery
treasure troves
plural form of treasure trove
A treasure found of particularly great value
Silver, gold or money that is found hidden and has no identifiable owner
treasure chest
If you describe something as a treasure chest of a particular thing, you mean that it is very good source of that thing. This book is a treasure chest of information. a box that holds treasure
treasure chest
a chest filled with valuables
Treasure Island
an adventure story for children by Robert Louis Stevenson about a young man called Jim Hawkins who is trying to find some treasure (=gold, jewels, coins etc) that has been buried on an island. He discovers that some of the sailors on his ship are pirates (=sailors who violently rob other ships) led by Long John Silver (1883)
Treasure Island
{i} novel by Robert Louis Stevenson (19th century Scottish author); artificial island in San Francisco Bay (USA) used as a naval base from 1941 to 1997; city in Florida (USA)
treasure chest
A treasure chest is a box containing treasure
treasure flower
decumbent South African perennial with short densely leafy stems and orange flower rays with black eyespots at base
treasure house
{i} place where there are many valuable things
treasure house
a storehouse for treasures
treasure house
A place where items of great value are stored or can be found
treasure hunt
a game in which players try to find hidden articles by using a series of clues
treasure hunt
{i} game in which the players try to find hidden items or hidden prize by using a series of clues
treasure hunt
A game in which the players attempt to find hidden articles by means of a series of clues. a game in which you have to find something that has been hidden by answering questions that are left in different places
treasure ship
a 16th-century ship loaded with treasure
treasure trove
any collection of valuables that is discovered; "her book was a treasure trove of new ideas"; "mother's attic was a treasure trove when we were looking for antiques"
treasure trove
treasure of unknown ownership found hidden (usually in the earth)
treasure trove
You can refer to a collection of valuable objects as a treasure trove
treasure trove
If you describe something or someone as a treasure trove of a particular thing, you mean that they are a very good or rich source of that thing. The dictionary is a vast treasure trove of information
buried treasure
Treasure stashed underground or underwater

The buried treasure from the shipwreck was found yesterday.

buried treasure
Something, having been concealed for a long time, which later is found and is profitable
national treasure
A person, place, or object that is deemed to be of value to an entire nation, usually due to its cultural significance
valued (especially having a personal value)
Simple past tense and past participle of treasure
plural form of treasure
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of treasure
A treasure
buried treasure
hoard of riches that are buried in the ground for safekeeping; (Computers) startling piece of code found in a program
found a treasure
discovered something valuable
characterized by feeling or showing fond affection for; "a cherished friend"; "children are precious"; "a treasured heirloom"; "so good to feel wanted"
past of treasure
third-person singular of treasure
Multi-page wrap offering 1/2 and full page, full-color ads on enamel stock In markets supporting 12 pages or more, the Treasures are also stitched and trimmed to offer bleeding ad copy and a more secure mail piece which will not shift
plural of treasure
= riches
These are my treasures; meaning the sick and poor So said St Lawrence when the Roman praetor commanded him to deliver up his treasures He was then condemned to be roasted alive on a gridiron (258) One day a lady from Campania called upon Cornelia, the mother of the Gracchi, and after showing her jewels, requested in return to see those belonging to the famous mother-in-law of Africanus Cornelia sent for her two sons, and said to the lady, “These are my jewels, in which alone I delight ”
present participle of treasure