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宝物, たからもの, ほうもつ

  • takaramono,hōmotsu


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • treasure
  • treasured item

Examples of 宝物,たからもの,ほうもつ in a Sentence

They went in search of treasure.
This ball is the treasure of that boy.
Born on 2006 Feb 23, at 2730g, our family's treasure.
People ask me 'why would you want to cherish a piece of junk like that?' But this little beauty means the world to me.
The treasure was buried on the island.
They dug here and there for treasure.
They explored the desert in quest of buried treasure.
It happened that he found the treasure.
You are my pride and joy.
They explored the desert in quest of buried treasure.

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