- n.金刚石; 钻石首饰; 菱形; （扑克）方块; 内场
- 复数: diamonds;
The skill with which Mr. Smith faceted the diamond is remarkable.
I had no sooner got off the ship than I was assailed by a man who wanted to sell me a diamond ring.
The diamond ring glittered on his finger.
Charcoal and diamond are allotropes of carbon.
The diamond shone with every hue under the sun.
They stated the diamond to have been stolen.
" Oh , thank you!'she enthused gratefully. " You're a real gem, a diamond of the first water. ”
“ 谢谢! ” 她表示感激热情洋溢地说, “ 你真是一个被人尊敬的人, 第一流的好人. ”
The jeweller pronounced the diamond to be genuine.
There was a sudden sparkle as her diamond ring caught the light.
She keeps flashing that diamond about to show everyone that she is going to be married.
Though the man I introduced to you last night looks somewhat boorish, he is a diamond in the rough.
He is a diamond of the first water, always obliging.
The jeweler scrutinized the diamond for flaws .
The customs inspector was on the watch for diamond smugglers.
The diamond must have got knocked out of my ring when I dropped it.
With regard to hardness, the diamond is in a class by itself.
A diamond, all my eye! That's glass.
一块钻石, 瞎说! 那是一块玻璃.
The diamond sparkles with brilliant light.
At room temperature, the thermal conductivity of a diamond is about six times higher than that of a piece of copper.
The diamond bracelet is very beautiful.
It was a large diamond, but it had a flaw.
It was diamond cut diamond when the two men met because they were so sure their own ideas were right.
It's the synthetic diamond.
A fully cut brilliant diamond has 68 facets.
She wore a diamond heart around her neck.
The cut of a diamond depends on the skill of its craftsman.
Now General Electric have gone one better than nature and made a diamond purer than the best quality natural diamonds.
The diamond towns are gradually being reclaimed by the desert.
Researchers recently found kimberlite ( ' , 金伯利岩) deposits hinting at the existence of diamonds.
Clothes and other items that need to be tried on such as diamond rings and gold necklaces are generally not suited to virtual retailing, and, of course, items with a low value- to-weight ratio.
2015年12月六级真题（第一套）听力 Section C
Sixteen years earlier, Pahlsson had removed the diamond ring to cook a meal.
2017年高考英语浙江卷（6月） 语法填空 原文收起真题例句
1. a transparent piece of diamond that has been cut and polished and is valued as a precious gem
2. very hard native crystalline carbon valued as a gem
3. a playing card in the minor suit of diamonds
4. the area of a baseball field that is enclosed by 3 bases and home plate
5. the baseball playing field
diamond cut diamond
used to describe a situation in which a sharp-witted person meets their match
diamond in the rough
North American term for rough diamond
(北美)。 同 rough diamond收起词组搭配