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1    (=joya)   jewel, gem  
(=objeto precioso)  
precious object, treasure  
fine piece (of furniture)
2    (=persona)   treasure, gem  
¡buena alhaja!      iró   she's a fine one!  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
¡buena alhaja! exp.
she's a fine one!

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'alhaja' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
el centelleo de alhajas costosas
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"alhaja": examples and translations in context
Jamás ha visto una alhaja tan hermosa como ésta... ni tan poderosa. You've never seen a jewel as beautiful as this... nor as compelling.
"De la mejilla de la noche parece colgar como una... ...fina alhaja del lóbulo de un etíope." She hangs upon the cheek of night, like a rich jewel in an Ethiope's ear.
Glory tenia una alhaja que siempre usaba. Glory had this piece of jewelry she always wore.
Es cuánto tengo, pero no basta para rescatar la alhaja. It's all I have, yet not enough to get the jewel back.
Bien, Vera, ¿tienes alguna alhaja? Now, Vera, do you have any jewelry?
Y un hombre de educación tan acreditada y experiencia sería reconocer la alhaja de una intelecto sorprendente cuando lo tiene en sus manos en vez de recurrir a tácticas sin fundamento como las sanguijuelas. And I should think that a man of such reputable education and experience would recognize the pure gem of an unfettered and remarkable intellect when he holds it in his own hands, instead of resorting to such base and uninformed tactics as leeches.
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