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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -begging-, *begging*, begg
English-Thai: Longdo Dictionary
begging bowl(n) บาตรพระ เช่น With a begging bowl, a monk walks through a street market in Burma. This is his daily routine.

ตัวอย่างประโยคจาก Open Subtitles  **ระวัง คำแปลอาจมีข้อผิดพลาด**
I am begging you.ผมขอร้อง Priest (2011)
I'm begging you!- ผมขอร้องน่า! Jaws (1975)
Begging the understanding of my friends I am asking Panditji to stand down.เพื่อความเข้าใจกันของเพื่อนๆ ผมจะขอให้พันดิตจีถอนตัว Gandhi (1982)
They're gonna be begging to sell this place within a month.พวกเขาจะต้องอ้อนวอน ให้เราช่วยซื้อห้างนี้ ภายในสิ้นเดือนแน่นอนครับ Mannequin (1987)
We Parliament members have been begging the public to bear with us while we straighten out the former Prime Minister's historic tax reform blunders, so where, exactly, are we supposed to get that kind of money?เราสมาชิกรัฐสภาขอให้อดทน กับเหตุการณ์สาธารณะที่เกิดกับเรา... ...ขณะที่เราตรงออกจากรูปแบบการปฎิรูปภาษี ของการผิดพลาดจากรัฐมนตรีท่านแรก ดังนั้นที่ไหน, ความเป็นจริง, คือเราสมมุติการ ได้รับชนิดของเงินหรือไม่? Akira (1988)
She'll wrap her legs round you so tight, you'll be begging for mercy.แล้วคุยกันใหม่นะครับ Big (1988)
Quit begging. They don't want your candy bar. Give it to me.มันไม่อยากได้ของๆ แกหรอก Casualties of War (1989)
I want them to stop looking to me for answers, begging me to speak again, write again, be a leader.ฉันอยากให้พวกเขา เลิกมองหาคำตอบจากฉัน ขอร้องให้ฉันปราศรัยอีกครั้ง เขียนอีกครั้งเป็นผู้นำอีกครั้ง Field of Dreams (1989)
I know you're his friend. I'm begging you. What can I say?ฉันรู้ว่านายเป็นเพื่อนกัน แต่ฉันขอร้องล่ะ ฉันจะว่าอะไรได้? Goodfellas (1990)
We shouldn't be begging this guy for his services.เดี๋ยวฟาร์เมอร์! ทำไมต้องง้อเขาด้วย The Bodyguard (1992)
They should be begging for mercy themselves.เขาควรจะไหว้ สำหรับความเมตตาตัวเอง In the Name of the Father (1993)
Every time you give him gift, like begging.ทุกครั้งที่ลูกให้ของขวัญกับเขา อย่างการอ้อนวอน The Joy Luck Club (1993)

ตัวอย่างประโยคจาก Tanaka JP-EN Corpus
beggingA female beggar was begging with five or six children following along.
beggingAre you going to let this fried chicken go begging?
beggingHe lives by begging.
beggingIf those biscuits are going begging, I'll have them.
beggingI'm begging you.
beggingI'm begging you, before freaking out on me listen to the end of what I have to say.
beggingI'm begging you, could you stop treating me like a pet?
beggingIt's no use your begging him for help.
beggingJust like I thought, the contractor came back today, begging for more time.
beggingRight on schedule, that contractor came around today, begging for more time.
beggingThat man was reduced to begging for money.
beggingThe child is always begging for something.

Thai-English: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
ภิกขา[N] begging for food, See also: begging for alms, Syn. ภิกษา, ภิกขาจาร, Thai definition: การขออาหาร, Notes: (บาลี/สันสกฤต)
ภิกขาจาร[N] begging of food, See also: begging for food/alms, Syn. ภิกขา, Example: พราหมณ์ชูชกเที่ยวทำภิกขาจารเพื่อเลี้ยงชีพ, Thai definition: การเที่ยวขออาหาร,, Notes: (บาลี)
ภิกษา[N] begging of food, See also: begging for alms, soliciting of food, Syn. ภิกขา, Thai definition: การขออาหาร, Notes: (บาลี/สันสกฤต)

Thai-English-French: Volubilis Dictionary 1.0
ข้อแก้ตัว[n. exp.] (khø kaētūa) EN: excuse ; defense = defence (Am.) ; justification ; old story ; acknowledgment of error ; begging pardon   
ข้อแก้ตัว[n.] (khøkaētūa) EN: old story ; acknowledgment of error ; excuse ; defense ; begging pardon   FR: excuse [f] ; justification [f]
ตลกบาตร[n.] (talokbāt) EN: cloth sling for a Buddhist monk's begging-bowl   

CMU English Pronouncing Dictionary

Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary (pronunciation guide only)
begging    (v) (b e1 g i ng)

German-English: TU-Chemnitz DING Dictionary
Bettelbrief {m} | Bettelbriefe {pl}begging letter | begging letters [Add to Longdo]

Japanese-English: EDICT Dictionary
お強請り;御強請り[おねだり, onedari] (n) (uk) (pol) (See 強請り) begging; pestering; pleading; coaxing [Add to Longdo]
ちんちん;チンチン[, chinchin ; chinchin] (adv,adv-to) (1) (on-mim) chink; jingle; tinkle; whistle (kettle); (n,vs) (2) begging (animal); (n) (3) (chn) penis [Add to Longdo]
鴨がねぎを背負って来る;鴨が葱を背負って来る;鴨がねぎを背負ってくる;鴨が葱をしょって来る;鴨がねぎをしょって来る;鴨がねぎをしょってくる[かもがねぎをしょってくる, kamoganegiwoshottekuru] (exp,vk) (See 鴨鍋) along comes a sucker just begging to be parted from his money (lit [Add to Longdo]
鴨葱;鴨ねぎ;鴨ネギ[かもねぎ(鴨葱;鴨ねぎ);かもネギ(鴨ネギ), kamonegi ( kamonegi ; kamo negi ); kamo negi ( kamo negi )] (exp) (1) (sl) (abbr) (See 鴨がねぎを背負って来る) along comes a sucker just begging to be parted from his money; (2) double stroke of good luck; Perfect timing!; How convenient (for you to show up)! [Add to Longdo]
願い下げ[ねがいさげ, negaisage] (n) (1) cancellation; withdrawal; (2) asking to be excused; begging off; not taking; refusing [Add to Longdo]
虚無僧[こむそう, komusou] (n) begging Zen priest of the Fuke sect (wearing a sedge hood and playing a shakuhachi flute) [Add to Longdo]
強請り;強請(io)[ねだり, nedari] (n) (uk) (See 強請・きょうせい) begging; pestering; pleading; coaxing [Add to Longdo]
乞食[こじき(P);こつじき, kojiki (P); kotsujiki] (n) (1) (sens) beggar; (n,vs) (2) begging; (P) [Add to Longdo]
口説き[くどき, kudoki] (n,vs) (1) entreaty; imploring; begging; (2) spoken portion of a song; oral recitation [Add to Longdo]
托鉢[たくはつ, takuhatsu] (n,vs) monk's "begging" [Add to Longdo]

Result from Foreign Dictionaries (2 entries found)

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

  Beg \Beg\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Begged}; p. pr. & vb. n.
     {Begging}.] [OE. beggen, perh. fr. AS. bedecian (akin to
     Goth. bedagwa beggar), biddan to ask. (Cf. {Bid}, v. t.); or
     cf. beghard, beguin.]
     1. To ask earnestly for; to entreat or supplicate for; to
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              I do beg your good will in this case. --Shak.
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              [Joseph] begged the body of Jesus.    --Matt. xxvii.
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     Note: Sometimes implying deferential and respectful, rather
           than earnest, asking; as, I beg your pardon; I beg
           leave to disagree with you.
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     2. To ask for as a charity, esp. to ask for habitually or
        from house to house.
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              Yet have I not seen the righteous forsaken, nor his
              seed begging bread.                   --Ps. xxxvii.
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     3. To make petition to; to entreat; as, to beg a person to
        grant a favor.
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     4. To take for granted; to assume without proof.
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     5. (Old Law) To ask to be appointed guardiln for, or to aso
        to havo a guardian appointed for.
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              Else some will beg thee, in the court of wards.
        [1913 Webster] Hence:
     {To beg (one) for a fool}, to take him for a fool.
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     {I beg to}, is an elliptical expression for I beg leave to;
        as, I beg to inform you.
     {To beg the question}, to assume that which was to be proved
        in a discussion, instead of adducing the proof or
        sustaining the point by argument.
     {To go a-begging}, a figurative phrase to express the absence
        of demand for something which elsewhere brings a price;
        as, grapes are so plentiful there that they go a-begging.
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     Syn: To {Beg}, {Ask}, {Request}.
     Usage: To ask (not in the sense of inquiring) is the generic
            term which embraces all these words. To request is
            only a polite mode of asking. To beg, in its original
            sense, was to ask with earnestness, and implied
            submission, or at least deference. At present,
            however, in polite life, beg has dropped its original
            meaning, and has taken the place of both ask and
            request, on the ground of its expressing more of
            deference and respect. Thus, we beg a person's
            acceptance of a present; we beg him to favor us with
            his company; a tradesman begs to announce the arrival
            of new goods, etc. Crabb remarks that, according to
            present usage, "we can never talk of asking a person's
            acceptance of a thing, or of asking him to do us a
            favor." This can be more truly said of usage in
            England than in America.
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From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) [wn]:

      n 1: a solicitation for money or food (especially in the street
           by an apparently penniless person) [syn: {beggary},
           {begging}, {mendicancy}]

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