Definition of 'jade'
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Those boots were jade green not turquoise. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It has jade green flower heads which turn deep burgundy as they age. The Sun (2009)Last week he bought a lump of white jade in China. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The lamp gave a red gleam to her smooth hair, her jade earrings swung. The Glasgow Girls (1994)Complete the look with jade stud earrings with solid silver fittings and butterfly backs for just 12.95. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Save 40 on a green jade bangle only 39.95 inc. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Earlier this week a white jade Chinese teapot fetched 2million. The Sun (2011)The river flows faster, purer, the colour of pale jade. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Green jade stud earrings set in silver are also available at just 9.95, to complete the look. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Complete the look with matching jade stud earrings with 925 sterling silver fittings and comfortable butterfly backs for just 9.95. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'jade'
British English: jade NOUN
Jade is a hard stone, usually green in colour, that is used for making jewellery and ornaments.
The jade choker in the catalogue was very beautiful.
Definition of jade from the Collins English Dictionary
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