jewel box


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jewel box

n.
A usually lined box or case for holding jewelry. Also called jewel case.

jew′el box`


n.
1. a small case for jewelry or other valuables.
2. a hinged plastic case for the storage of a compact disc.
[1825–35]
Translations

jewel box

, jewel case

jewel box

jewel case n(cofanetto) portagioie m inv
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