trésor

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French tresor, from Latin thēsaurus, from Ancient Greek θησαυρός (thēsaurós, storehouse, treasure). See also the doublet thésaurus.

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trésor m

  1. treasure (valuables)
    Le pirate a enterré son trésor. (The pirate buried his treasure.)
  2. treasure (any single thing one values greatly)
    Ma sœur met ses trésors sous son oreiller. (My sister puts her treasures under her pillow.)
  3. treasure (term of endearment)
    Bonne nuit mon trésor. (Sleep well, my treasure.)
  4. treasury

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