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cháa


[ Adverb ]
  • evil ; wicked

Examples

  • [to be] wicked ; atrocious ; nefarious
ชั่วช้า
chûa cháa
  • vulgar ; coarse ; common
หยาบช้า
yàap cháa
  • meanly ; evilly
ต่ำช้า
dtàm cháa

[ Adverb ]
  • slowly ; late

[ Verb ]
  • [to] be slow ; be sluggish

Examples

  • slowly ; unhurriedly ; leisurely
ช้า
cháa cháa
  • slowly ; sluggishly ; unhurriedly
ล่าช้า
lâa cháa
  • for a long time ; long
ช้านาน
cháa naan
  • slower
ช้าลง
cháa long
  • soon ; shortly
ไม่ช้า
mâi cháa
  • [to] arrive late ; come late
มาช้า
maa cháa
  • slowly ; torpidly ; unhurriedly
เชื่องช้า
chêuang cháa
  • soon ; in the near future ; shortly
ในไม่ช้า
nai mâi cháa
  • slowly ; sluggishly ; unhurriedly
ชักช้า
chák cháa
  • for a moment ; just a moment ; just a minute
ช้าก่อน
cháa gòn
  • lateness ; tardiness
ความช้า
kwaam cháa
  • soon ; before long
อีกไม่ช้า
èek mâi cháa
  • sooner or later
ไม่ช้าก็เร็ว
mâi cháa gôr reo
  • soon ; soon after ; in a short time
ไม่ช้าไม่นาน
mâi cháa mâi naan
  • sooner or later
ไม่เร็วก็ช้า
mâi reo gôr cháa
  • delay ejaculation
อาการหลั่งช้า
aa-gaan làng cháa
  • an exclamation of anger ; indicating anger
ชัดช้า
chát cháa
  • subsonic
ช้ากว่าเสียง
cháa gwàa sĭang
  • slow wave
คลื่นช้า
klêun cháa
  • diesel oil
น้ำมันดีเซลหมุนรอบช้า
nám man dee-sayn mŭn rôp cháa

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จะ
jà
  • tea
  • [to] numb ; senseless
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ชา
chaa
  • (particle used at the end of sentences to make them sound more friendly or polite)
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จ๊ะ
já
  • [to] fight ; attack ; brawl
ฉะ
chà
  • (particle used at the end of sentences to make them sound more friendly or polite)
  • [to be] bright ; strong ; brilliant
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จ้า
jâa
  • (particle used at the end of sentences to make them sound more friendly or polite)
จ้ะ
jâ
  • head ; chief ; chieftain
  • [to] address ; write
จ่า
jàa
  • (particle used to sound affectionate when calling someone's name, or responding to your name being called)
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จ๋า
jăa
  • [to] erode ; wash away ; corrode
ชะ
chá

Did You Know ?

Counting in Thai
The Thai language has its own set of numerals, although the standard Arabic/Western numerals are much more commonly encountered. You may come across the Thai numerals in government and official documents, legal documents, religious texts, page numbers of textbooks or generally anything related to Thai tradition or history. When doing mathematics, Thai students will typically use the Arabic numerals for doing calculations but will write the answer in Thai numerals. A common use for the Thai numerals that you're likely to see is in double pricing situations, where a price for Thais is written in Thai numerals whereas the more expensive price for foreigners is written in Arabic numerals. If you can learn the Thai numerals, your chances of being able to only pay the Thai price are much improved!
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