宝石, ほうせき

  • hōseki
JLPT 3

Definition of 宝石,ほうせき

noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • gem
  • jewel
  • precious stone

Examples of 宝石,ほうせき in a Sentence

かけて宝石金庫しまいこんだ
He locked up his jewels in the safe.
I sold the best jewel that I had.
だまして高価な宝石買わせた。
He deceived her into buying a precious jewel.
The stars twinkling in the night sky looked like jewels.
ついにはその宝石手に入れた
At last, the gem was in his hands.
きれいな宝石ですね」、適当話題かどうかわからないが、とりあえずそう水を向けてみた。
Pretty gem, isn't it? Not knowing if it was a suitable subject or not, but anyway I tried to get her interest that way.
これはなんと言う宝石です
What kind of stone is this?
A thief broken in and made off with all my jewelry.
They believed the jewel would bring disaster.
The jeweler mounted a big pearl in the brooch.
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