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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -faust-, *faust*
อังกฤษ-ไทย: ศัพท์บัญญัติราชบัณฑิตยสถาน [เชื่อมโยงจาก royin.go.th แบบอัตโนมัติและผ่านการปรับแก้]
Faust themeแก่นเรื่องแบบเฟาสต์ [วรรณกรรม ๖ มี.ค. ๒๕๔๕]

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- From Faust.- ของ ฟาสท์น่ะ. V for Vendetta (2005)
Goethe saw that it was Faust's relentless search for objectives...เกอเธ่ เห็นว่าการค้นหาอย่างไม่หยุดยั้ง เฟาสต์ สำหรับวัตถุประสงค์ Sex Trek: Charly XXX (2007)
In the end, Faust was saved because he ceaselessly strove... for the goal he had never obtained.ในท้ายที่สุด เฟาสต์ ถูกบันทึกไว้ เพราะเขาพยายามอย่างหนักที่ไม่หยุดหย่อน สำหรับเป้าหมายของเขาไม่เคยได้รับ Sex Trek: Charly XXX (2007)
Fausto, see if Dion needs anything.เฟาส์โต ฝากดูแลดิออนด้วย Live by Night (2016)

ตัวอย่างประโยคจาก Tanaka JP-EN Corpus
faustDr. Faust was well versed in alchemy.

CMU English Pronouncing Dictionary
FAUST    F AW1 S T
FAUSTA    F AO1 S T AH0
FAUSTO    F AO1 S T OW0
FAUSTUS    F AO1 S T AH0 S
FAUSTIAN    F AO1 S CH AH0 N
FAUSTINA    F AO2 S T IY1 N AH0
FAUSTINE    F AW1 S T IY0 N
FAUSTINO    F AO2 S T IY1 N OW0

German-English: TU-Chemnitz DING Dictionary
Faust {f} | Fäuste {pl} | auf eigene Faust | auf eigene Faust | mit eiserner Faust | mit der Faust auf den Tisch schlagen [übtr.] | mit der Faust auf den Tisch schlagen [übtr.] | mit den Fäusten kämpfenfist | fists | off one's own bat | on one's own; on one's own initiative; on one's own hook | with an iron hand | to put one's foot down | to thump the table with one's fist | to fist-fight [Add to Longdo]
Faustball {m}fistball [Add to Longdo]
Faustbecher {m}palm cup [Add to Longdo]
Fausthandschuh {m}mitten [Add to Longdo]
Faustkampf {m}boxing contest [Add to Longdo]
Faustkampf {m} | Faustkämpfe {pl}fist-fight; fistfight | fist-fights [Add to Longdo]
Faustkampf {m}; Boxen {n}pugilism [Add to Longdo]
Faustkeil {m}hand axe [Add to Longdo]
Faustpfand {n} | Faustpfänder {pl}dead pledge | dead pledges [Add to Longdo]
Faustrecht {n}club law [Add to Longdo]
Faustregel {f} | Faustregeln {pl}rule of thumb; rule of the thumb; rule-of-thumb | rules of the thumb [Add to Longdo]
Faustschlag {m}; Schlagkraft {f} | Faustschläge {pl}punch | punches [Add to Longdo]
Faustschlag {m}sock [Add to Longdo]
Faustschlag {m}fisticuff [Add to Longdo]
faustento fist [Add to Longdo]

Result from Foreign Dictionaries (5 entries found)

From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Faust \Faust\, or Faustus \Faustus\ (f[^a]s"tus).,
     Doctor Johann Faust, a person born at Kundling (Knittlingen),
     W["u]rtemberg, or at Roda, near Weimar, and said to have died
     in 1588. He was a man of licentious character, a magician,
     astrologer, and soothsayer, who boasted of performing the
     miracles of Christ. It was believed that he was carried off
     at last by the devil, who had lived with him in the form of a
     black dog.
     [Century Dict. 1906]
  
     Note: The legends of Faust were gathered from the then recent
           traditions concerning him in a book which appeared at
           the book-fair at Frankfurt-on-the-Main in 1587. It was
           called "The History of Dr. Faustus, the Notorious
           Magician and Master of the Black Art, etc." Soon after
           its appearance it became known in England.
  
                 A metrical version of it into English was
                 licensed by Aylmer, Bishop of London, before the
                 end of the year. In 1588 there was a rimed
                 version of it into German, also a translation
                 into low German, and a new edition of the
                 original with some slight changes. In 1689 there
                 appeared a version of the first German Faust book
                 into, French, by Victor Palma Cayet. The English
                 prose version was made from the second edition of
                 the original, that of 1588, and is undated, but
                 probably was made at once. There was a revised
                 edition of it in 1592. In 1592 there was a Dutch
                 translation from the second German edition. This
                 gives the time of the carrying off of Faustus by
                 the devil as the night between the twenty-third
                 and twenty-fourth of October, 1538. The English
                 version also gives 1538 as the year, and it is a
                 date, as we have seen, consistent with
                 trustworthy references to his actual life.
                 Marlowe's play (' The Tragical History of Doctor
                 Faustus ') was probably written in 1588, soon
                 after the original story had found its way to
                 England. He treated the legend as a poet,
                 bringing out with all his power its central
                 thought -- man in the pride of knowledge turning
                 from his God.                      --(Morley,
                                                    Eng. Writers,
                                                    IX. 254.)
           This play was brought to Germany about the beginning of
           the 17th century, and, after passing through various
           developments on the stage, finally became a
           puppet-play, which is still in existence. Lessing wrote
           parts of two versions of the story. M["u]ller, the
           painter, published two fragments of his dramatized life
           of Faust in 1778. Goethe's tragedy (which see) was not
           published till 1808. Klinger published a romance
           "Faust's Leben, Thaten und H["o]llenfahrt" (1791:
           Borrow translated it in 1826). Klingemann published a
           tragedy on the subject (1815), Heine a ballet "Der
           Doctor Faust, ein Tanzpoem" (1851), and Lenau an epic
           "Faust" (1836). W. G. Wills adapted a play from
           Goethe's "Faust," which Henry Irving produced in 1885.
           Calderon's play "El Magico Prodigioso " strongly
           resembles Goethe's and Marlowe's plays, though founded
           on the legend of St. Cyprian.
           [Century Dict. 1906]

From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Faust \Faust\ (foust).
     1. A tragedy by Goethe, commenced in 1772, and published. as
        "Faust, ein Fragment" in 1790. Part 1, complete, was
        published as "Faust, eine Trag["o]die" in 1808; part 2,
        finished in 1831, was published in 1833. It has been
        translated into English by Bayard Taylor, Blackie, Anster,
        Hayward, Martin, and others (nearly 40 in all). Goethe
        accomplished the transformation of Faust from a common
        necromancer and conjurer into a personification of
        humanity, tempted and disquieted, but at length groping
        its way to the light. See {Goethe}.
        [Century Dict. 1906]
  
     2. An opera by Gounod (words, after Goethe, by Carr['e] and
        Barbier) represented at the Th['e][^a]tre Lyrique, Paris,
        March 19, 1859.
        [Century Dict. 1906]
  
     3. An opera by Spohr, first produced at Frankfurt in 1818.
        The words, which do not follow Goethe's play, are by
        Bernhard.
        [Century Dict. 1906] Faust

From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Faust \Faust\, Faustus \Faust"us\n.
     an alchemist of German legend who sold his soul to the devil
     in exchange for knowledge.
  
     Syn: Faust.
          [WordNet 1.5] Faust

From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) [wn]:

  Faust
      n 1: an alchemist of German legend who sold his soul to
           Mephistopheles in exchange for knowledge [syn: {Faust},
           {Faustus}]

From German-English Freedict dictionary [fd-deu-eng]:

  Faust [faust] (n) , s.(f )
     fist
  

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