jewelry

listen to the pronunciation of jewelry
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} mücevherat

Tom kesinlikle mücevherata çok para harcıyor. - Tom certainly spends a lot of money on jewelry.

Ben hiç mücevherat almadım. - I've never bought jewelry.

{i} takı

Bazı erkekler takı takar. - Some men wear jewelry.

Mary genellikle takı takmaz. - Mary doesn't usually wear jewelry.

mücevher

Tom kesinlikle mücevherata çok para harcıyor. - Tom certainly spends a lot of money on jewelry.

Onun mücevher kutusunu elden çıkarmak zorunda kaldı. - She had to part with her jewelry box.

bkz.jewellery
{i} kuyumculuk
kuyum

Tom Mary'ye kuyumcuda ne satın aldığını sordu. - Tom asked Mary what she had bought at the jewelry store.

O yerel bir kuyumcudan çaldığı bir yüzükle kız arkadaşına evlenme teklif etti. - He proposed to his girl friend with a ring he had stolen from a local jewelry.

mücevherler
ağırlık
bijuteri
ziynet eşyası
jewellery
mücevherat

Fadıl, Leyla'ya para, araba ve mücevherat sözü verdi. - Fadil promised Layla money, cars, and jewellery.

jewelry dealer
kuyumcu
jewelry maker
mücevheratçı
jewelry store
kuyumcu dükkanı

Gece vakti kuyumcu dükkanını soydular. - They robbed the jewelry store during the night.

O bir kuyumcu dükkanından takı satın alıyor. - She is buying jewelry in a jewelry store.

jewelry dealer
mücevher satıcısı
jewelry design
mücevherat tasarımı
jewelry design
Takı tasarımı
jewelry maker
mücevheratçi
jewelry box
mücevher kasası
jewelry making
mücevherat yapımı
jewelry safe
mücevher kasası
jewelry store
kuyumcu

Ben bir kuyumcu arıyorum. - I am looking for a jewelry store.

Tom Mary'ye kuyumcuda ne satın aldığını sordu. - Tom asked Mary what she had bought at the jewelry store.

jewelry theft
mücevher hırsızlığı
jewellery
{i} takı

O, o takıyı herkesin önünde takmaz. - She doesn't wear that jewellery in public.

Şu anda platin takı moda. - At the moment, platinum jewellery is in fashion

bijou
küçük ve zarif olan şey
bijou
ziynet eşyası
jewellery
cevahir
bijou
mücevherat
gift of jewelry
takı
jewellery
bijuteri
bijou
küçük şey/mücevher
jewellery
kuyumculuk
jewelleries
takı
wear jewelry
takı takmak
ancient jewelry
eskiçağ mücevheratı
bijou
{s} küçük ama mükemmel
bijou
{s} küçük ve güzel
ethnic jewelry
etnik mücevherat
false jewelry
(Kanun) yalancı ziynet eşyası
false jewelry
(Kanun) taklit mücevherat
gold jewelry
altın kuyumculuğu
gold jewelry
(Madencilik) altın mücevheratı
i'm looking for a small piece of jewelry
küçük mücevher bakıyorum
imitation jewelry
(Kanun) yalancı ziynet eşyası
imitation jewelry
(Kanun) taklit mücevherat
imitation jewelry
emitasyon mücevher
imitation jewelry
sahte mücevher
jewellery
i., İng., bak. jewelry
paste jewelry
elmas taklidi mücevher
would you show me some jewelry
mücevherat gösterir misiniz
İngilizce - İngilizce
{i} ornaments for personal adornment made of precious metals or set with gemstones
Jewels, collectively; as, a bride's jewelry
Heraldic Signet Rings Clan Badge Ring
an adornment (as a bracelet or ring or necklace) made of precious metals and set with gems (or imitation gems)
Objects designed for the adornment of the body, usually made of gold, silver, or platinum, often with precious or semiprecious stones and such organic substances as pearls, coral, and amber. Jewelry evolved from shells, animal teeth, and other objects used as adornment in prehistoric times. Over the centuries it came to be a sign of social or religious rank. In Renaissance Italy, jewelry making reached the status of a fine art; many Italian sculptors trained as goldsmiths. From the 17th century the decorative function of jewelry again came to the fore, overshadowing its symbolic significance. By the 19th century, industrialization brought jewelry within the reach of the middle class. Firms opened by jewelers such as Carl Fabergé and Louis Comfort Tiffany achieved great success by making fine jewelry for the wealthy
Ornaments worn by people on the body [Fr]; trinket; fine jewelry; costume jewelry, junk jewelry; gem, gemstone, precious stone Forms of jewelry: necklace, bracelet, anklet; earring; locket, pendant, charm bracelet; ring, pinky ring; carcanet, chain, chatelaine; broach, pin, lapel pin, torque
bijou
American English spelling of jewellery
Any ornament for personal adornment, as a necklace, cufflinks, etc , including those of base metals, glass, plastic, or the like
The art or trade of a jeweler
clothing
tomfoolery
{i} bijouterie
bonduc nut
jewelry dealer
a firm that sells and buys jewelry
jewelry maker
someone who makes jewelry
jewellery
{n} jewels and trinkets in general
costume jewelry
Jewelry made from inexpensive metals and imitation or semiprecious stones
jewellery
jew·el·lery in AM, use jewelry Jewellery is ornaments that people wear, for example rings, bracelets, and necklaces. It is often made of a valuable metal such as gold, and sometimes decorated with precious stones
jewellery
{i} ornaments for personal adornment made of precious metals or set with gemstones
jewellery
an adornment (as a bracelet or ring or necklace) made of precious metals and set with gems (or imitation gems)
jewellery
Collectively, personal ornamentation such as rings, necklaces, brooches and bracelets, made of precious metals and sometimes set with gemstones
jewelry