English version

treasure chest

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtreasure chestˈtreasure ˌchest noun [countable]  a box that holds treasure
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treasure chestThis is a utilitarian relationship with nature, in which it becomes a treasure chest of consumer goodies.They are regions of huge biological diversity, a treasure chest of invaluable worth, representing 60 million years of evolution.Charleston is a treasure chest of period architecture and a mecca for antiques buffs.Decorate the room with a treasure chest, and the children all look for hidden treasure when they arrive.There was no church treasure chest as Gabriel had hoped.This site is a real treasure chest enabling us to find wonderful gems and make good use of them.Again, she was festooned with the contents of the treasure chest - the terrible red leather box.
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