Translation of heirloom in Spanish:


reliquia, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɛrlum/ /ˈɛːluːm/

Definition of reliquia in Spanish


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    reliquia feminine
    family heirlooms reliquias de familia
    • She looked around the room slowly, her eyes taking in everything from the expensive paintings and family heirlooms dotted around the room, to the Oriental rug.
    • Some include journal entries or family heirlooms such as recipes that have been handed down from generation to generation.
    • The situation hasn't quite reached the stage where pre-bookings are handed down through the generations like family heirlooms, but getting a pitch at peak times is difficult.
    • They will happily cast their eye over any old family heirlooms, household treasures or car boot bargains.
    • No doubt this book will become a treasured heirloom in the Murphy family.
    • He later discovered two travelling clocks and a signet ring, family heirlooms worth £700 and £200 in cash were missing.
    • If you look after your tools, they'll look after you and maybe some day, you can pass them down to the next generation of enthusiastic gardeners like family heirlooms.
    • Although not hugely valuable, they were both treasured family heirlooms.
    • These precious ornaments are often passed down through the generations as family heirlooms.
    • It is filled with antiques, family heirlooms and portraits.
    • My grandmother would let me play around in her kitchen with our family heirloom civil war sword.
    • Archival records such as these family heirlooms, handed down from one generation to another, stand as evidence of a rich past that has impact for everyone.
    • Hundreds of Essex residents queued from early today to have their family heirlooms identified and valued by a team of TV experts.
    • His house had been burgled, windows smashed, doors broken and family heirlooms stolen.
    • The interior contains a remarkable collection of family heirlooms and works of art.
    • Their affair is going nowhere until he asks her to restore a family heirloom that may contain the key to a centuries-old murder mystery.
    • The sword was a family heirloom, passed down through the generations to the eldest child.
    • There are others who have suggested he sell off the valuable collection of art and other family heirlooms, but he doubts they would raise the required amount.
    • I have been forced to sell family heirlooms like our vintage cars.
    • Scores of people lost sentimental engagement rings and irreplaceable family heirlooms.