Pronunciation:  US [dʒem] UK [dʒem]
  • n.(Cutting and grinding) gemstone; rare person, scenic places absolutely wonderful things
  • abbr.(=
  • adj.(Jewellery) best quality
  • v.With precious stones
  • WebPrecious stones (gemstones); Entrepreneurship Monitor (Gbbe Entrepreneurship Monitor), Deng Zi Qi
  • A lot of gemsshyacinths, sapphires, rubies, topazes, emeralds.
    Source: K. Clark
  • The lawns are gemmed with dew.
    Source: J. M. Faulkner
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