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inclusiveadj

including the limits specified from Five-day holiday for Songkran festival
2 meanings,1 articles

intrauterineadj

within the uterus from Govt to push artificial insemination to boost birth rate
1 meanings,1 articles

clemencynoun

kindness when giving a punishment from Rally against Thaksin's release, warning of bigger protests
1 meanings,1 articles

royalistadj

giving support to the royal family of a country from Royal motorcade activists to face charges
1 meanings,5 articles

date rapen

rape committed by someone with whom the victim has gone on a date from Motels under strict monitoring to ensure safe Valentine's Day
1 meanings,3 articles

Vocabulary
  • yacht :a large expensive boat that is often used for racing or sailing เรือยอชท์, เรือท่องเที่ยว,เรือเที่ยวเล่น,เรือแข่ง
  • yakuza (n) :a Japanese organized crime syndicate similar to the Mafia
  • yank :to pull something/somebody hard, quickly and suddenly กระชาก, ดึงอย่างแรง
  • yanked :to pull something/somebody away hard, quickly and suddenly กระชาก, ดึงอย่างแรง
  • yard :an area outside a building with a grass or hard surface สนาม
  • yardstick :1. a measure, a way to measure something; 2. a flat wooden board with markings at regular intervals used to measure lengthes
  • yarn (noun) :thread that has been spun, used for knitting, making cloth, etc. เส้นด้ายหนาที่ใช้สำหรับถัก
  • yarn :a story that someone tells; an anecdote
  • yawn (noun) :an act of yawning, opening your mouth wide and breathing in deeply through it, usually because you are tired or bored การหาว
  • yawn (verb) :to open your mouth wide and breathe in deeply through it, usually because you are tired or bored หาว, หาวนอน, อ้าปากกว้าง
  • yay (excl) :used to show that you are very pleased about something เสียงฮา
  • yeah (excl) :(informal) yes ใช่
  • year-by-year :going from one year to another year.... and so on
  • year-end closing :"An accounting procedure undertaken at the end of the year to close out business from the previous year, carry forward balances from the previous year, and open posting accounts for the upcoming year. Year-end closing is part of a company's closing operations, and is used to create a company's financial statements. See also month-end closing, day-end closing." (Source: businessdictionary.com)
  • year-on-year (adjective) :the amount or statistic for a period this year (month, quarter, half-year) compared to last year
  • year-round :doing for the whole year without stopping, without a break