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jew·el·er

also jew·el·ler  (jo͞o′ə-lər)
n.
One that makes, repairs, or deals in jewelry.

jeweller

(ˈdʒuːələ) or

jeweler

n
1. (Jewellery) a person whose business is the cutting, polishing, or setting of gemstones or the making, repairing, or selling of jewellery
2. (Jewellery) a jeweller's establishment
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.jeweller - someone who makes jewelryjeweller - someone who makes jewelry    
goldsmith, goldworker, gold-worker - an artisan who makes jewelry and other objects out of gold
maker, shaper - a person who makes things
silversmith, silverworker, silver-worker - someone who makes or repairs articles of silver
2.jeweller - someone in the business of selling jewelry
merchandiser, merchant - a businessperson engaged in retail trade

jeweller

noun lapidary, gemmologist He was the son of a jeweller.
Translations
klenotníkklenotnictví
juveler
kultaseppäkultasepänliike
draguljardraguljarnica
ékszerész
pedagang emasperhiasan
skartgripasali; gullsmiîur
宝石商
보석상보석점
klenotník
juvelerarbutikjuvelerare
คนขายซื้อและซ่อมเครื่องเพชรพลอยร้านขายเครื่องเพชรพลอย
cửa hàng đồ trang sứcthợ kim hoàn

jeweller

jeweler (US) [ˈdʒuːələʳ] Njoyero/a m/f
jeweller's (shop)joyería f

jeweller

[ˈdʒuːələr] jeweler (US)
n
(= seller of jewellery) → bijoutier/ière m/f
He's a jeweller → Il est bijoutier.
(= shop) a jeweller's → une bijouterie jeweller's shopjeweller's shop jeweler's shop (US) nbijouterie f

jeweller

, (US) jeweler
nJuwelier(in) m(f), → Schmuckhändler(in) m(f); (making jewellery) → Goldschmied(in) m(f); at the jeweller’s (shop)beim Juwelier, im Juwelierladen

jeweller

jeweler (Am) [ˈdʒuːələʳ] ngioielliere/a, orefice m
jeweller's (shop) → gioielleria, oreficeria

jewel

(ˈdʒuːəl) noun
a precious stone. rubies, emeralds and other jewels.
ˈjewelled , (American) ˈjeweled adjective
ornamented with jewels. a jewelled crown.
ˈjeweller , (American) ˈjeweler noun
a person who makes, or deals in, ornaments and other articles made of precious stones and metals.
ˈjewellery , (American) ˈjewelry noun
articles made or sold by a jeweller, and worn for personal adornment, eg bracelets, necklaces, brooches, rings etc.

jeweller

جَوَاهِرْجِيٌّ, مَحَلُ مُجَوْهَرَاتٌ klenotnictví, klenotník juveler Juwelier, Juwelierladen κοσμηματοπωλείο, κοσμηματοπώλης joyería, joyero kultasepänliike, kultaseppä bijouterie, bijoutier draguljar, draguljarnica gioielleria, orefice 宝石商 보석상, 보석점 juwelier, juwelierszaak gullsmed, gullsmedbutikk jubiler, sklep jubilerski joalharia, joalheiro, joalheria ювелир, ювелирный магазин juvelerarbutik, juvelerare คนขายซื้อและซ่อมเครื่องเพชรพลอย, ร้านขายเครื่องเพชรพลอย kuyumcu, kuyumcu dükkanı cửa hàng đồ trang sức, thợ kim hoàn 珠宝商, 珠宝店
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"`I say that the diamond is real, and that this gentleman, one of the first jewellers of Paris, will give us 50,000 francs for it.
But, with a full grown leviathan this is impossible; for the sperm whale's head embraces nearly one third of his entire bulk, and completely to suspend such a burden as that, even by the immense tackles of a whaler, this were as vain a thing as to attempt weighing a Dutch barn in jewellers' scales The Pequod's whale being decapitated and the body stripped, the head was hoisted against the ship's side --about half way out of the sea, so that it might yet in great part be buoyed up by its native element.
Those allied powers were considerably astonished, when they arrived within a few minutes of each other, to find an unknown lady of portentous appearance, sitting before the fire, with her bonnet tied over her left arm, stopping her ears with jewellers' cotton.
Arrived at Paris, and resting there three days, Mr Dorrit strolled much about the streets alone, looking in at the shop-windows, and particularly the jewellers' windows.
"Either a policeman," he muttered, "or a watchman that all these jewellers run between them.
All the jewellers consulted, at once confirmed the Colonel's assertion that he possessed one of the largest diamonds in the world.
MY DEAREST MAKAR ALEXIEVITCH,--For God's sake go to the jeweller's, and tell him that, after all, he need not make the pearl and emerald earrings.
Finding that his watch has stopped, he turns into the jeweller's shop, to have it wound and set.
But the evil of it is that it is a world wrapped up in too much jeweller's cotton and fine wool, and cannot hear the rushing of the larger worlds, and cannot see them as they circle round the sun.
"Well," said the landlord, when Hetty had spread the precious trifles before him, "we might take 'em to the jeweller's shop, for there's one not far off; but Lord bless you, they wouldn't give you a quarter o' what the things are worth.
Signs were hung out on all sides to allure him; some to catch him by the appetite, as the tavern and victualling cellar; some by the fancy, as the dry goods store and the jeweller's; and others by the hair or the feet or the skirts, as the barber, the shoemaker, or the tailor.
"Forty-five pounds," cried the jeweller; "and it would be cheap at fifty guineas."