家宝, 伝家, 古道具, 古物, 骨董, 珍品, 骨董品
Noun(1) (law(2) something that has been in a family for generations
(1) free-range heirloom pork(2) his garden is filled with heirloom vegetables(3) 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.(4) My grandmother would let me play around in her kitchen with our family heirloom civil war sword.(5) The sword was a family heirloom , passed down through the generations to the eldest child.(6) the violin was a family heirloom(7) No doubt this book will become a treasured heirloom in the Murphy family.(8) 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.(9) Scores of people lost sentimental engagement rings and irreplaceable family heirlooms .(10) These precious ornaments are often passed down through the generations as family heirlooms .(11) Although not hugely valuable, they were both treasured family heirlooms .(12) He later discovered two travelling clocks and a signet ring, family heirlooms worth Ôö¼├║700 and Ôö¼├║200 in cash were missing.(13) Hundreds of Essex residents queued from early today to have their family heirlooms identified and valued by a team of TV experts.(14) 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 .(15) 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.(16) Some include journal entries or family heirlooms such as recipes that have been handed down from generation to generation.
(1) heir apparent :: 見かけの相続人
(2) heir to the throne :: 王位への相続人
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