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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -lamer-, *lamer*
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The only thing lamer than dating Dan Humphrey is mourning Dan Humphrey.สิ่งเดียวที่จะกำจัด แดน ฮัมพ์ฟรี ออกจากสมองเธอได้ คือการลืมแล้วไว้ทุกข์ให้เขาซะ Summer Kind of Wonderful (2008)
The only thing lamer than show choiris being on the crew for show choir.ห่วยแตกยิ่งกว่าโชว์ประสานเสียง.. ..คือเป็นทีมงานเนี่ยนะ Pilot (2009)
I don't know which was lamer, their roller skating or their disco dancing.ฉันไม่รู้ว่าอะไรเสล่อกว่า โรลเลอร์สเกต หรือท่าเต้นดิสโก้ของพวกเขา The Einstein Approximation (2010)
With Brick's shows getting lamer, I didn't know how many more pretend grocery trips I could get away with without coming back with groceries.กับการแสดงของบริค ที่กร่อยลงเรื่อย ฉันไม่รู้จะแกล้งไปซื้อของ ได้อีกบ่อยแค่ไหน The Prom (2011)
Could this party get any lamer?มีปาร์ตี้ที่ไหนห่วยกว่านี้มั้ยเนี่ย? American Reunion (2012)
I think missing out on something you're looking forward to is lamer than going with your mother.ฉันคิดว่าพลาดบางอย่าง ที่คุณตั้งตารอ มันอ่อนแอยิ่งกว่าการ ไปกับแม่เธอซะอีก Father Knows Best (2012)
It's so much lamer.แย่กว่านั้นอีก ฉัน.. When I Think About You I Shred Myself (2012)
Oh, my God. Summer school's even lamer than real school.แล้วก็ไม่ต้องสนในเรื่องอื่นเลย โอ พระเจ้า เรียนซัมเมอร์ แย่ยิ่งกว่าเรียนปกติอีก Last Whiff of Summer: Part 1 (2012)
And then put in all the plumbing so other lamer crews can come in...แล้วก็วางท่อเอาไว้ให้อีกทีมที่เสร่อๆ เข้ามา... Deepwater Horizon (2016)
- They are lamer.เสร่อจริงๆ Deepwater Horizon (2016)
Okay, but listen, even those lamer dudes, they don't have to pump anything, remember?แต่เสร่อพวกนั้นก็ไม่ต้องปั๊มน้ำมันนะ จำได้ไหม Deepwater Horizon (2016)

Thai-English-French: Volubilis Dictionary 1.0
โห่[v.] (hō) EN: cheer ; hail ; acclaim   FR: acclamer
โห่ร้อง[v.] (hōrøng) EN: acclaim ; cheer ; hail ; clamour ; applaud   FR: acclamer ; pousser des vivats
ขนาบ[v.] (khanāp) EN: castigate ; reprimand ; blame ; reprove ; condemn ; chastise ; chasten ; rebuke   FR: réprimander ; blâmer ; gronder ; sermonner ; houspiller ; admonester (litt.) ; gourmander (litt.) ; semoncer (litt.) ; tancer (litt.) ; morigéner (litt.)
ครหา[v.] (kharahā) EN: criticize ; blame ; condemn ; censure ; reproach ; disapprove   FR: critiquer ; blâmer ; comdamner ; diffamer
ขอความช่วยเหลือ[v. exp.] (khø khwām chūayleūa) EN: ask for help ; appeal for aid ; request assistance   FR: demander de l'aide ; solliciter de l'aide ; réclamer de l'assistance
นินทา[v.] (ninthā ) EN: gossip ; to have a gossip ; backbite ; gossip about ; blame in one's absence   FR: calomnier ; médire (de) ; cancaner (fam.) ; raconter des cancans ; faire des commérages ; commérer ; casser du sucre sur le dos de qqn (fam.) ; critiquer ; blâmer
เอ่ย[v.] (oēi) EN: utter ; pronounce ; say ; speak ; mention ; express ; articulate   FR: s'exclamer ; proférer
ป่าวประกาศ[v.] (pāoprakāt) EN: announce ; publicize ; broadcast ; proclaim   FR: annoncer ; proclamer
ประกาศ[v.] (prakāt) EN: announce ; promulgate ; proclaim ; give notice ; declare ; publish ; notice ; post ; state ; make known ; advertise   FR: annoncer ; proclamer ; déclarer ; faire savoir ; promulguer ; prononcer
ปรักปรำ[v.] (prakpram) EN: incriminate ; allege ; blame ; condemn ; give evidence against   FR: condamner ; blâmer

CMU English Pronouncing Dictionary
LAMER    L EY1 M ER0
LAMERE    L AA0 M EH1 R EY0
LAMERS    L EY1 M ER0 Z

Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary (pronunciation guide only)
lamer    (j) (l ei1 m @ r)

Result from Foreign Dictionaries (3 entries found)

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

  Lame \Lame\ (l[=a]m), a. [Compar. {Lamer} (l[=a]m"[~e]r);
     superl. {Lamest}.] [OE. lame, AS. lama; akin to D. lam, G.
     lahm, OHG., Dan., & Sw. lam, Icel. lami, Russ. lomate to
     break, lomota rheumatism.]
     1.
        (a) Moving with pain or difficulty on account of injury,
            defect, or temporary obstruction of a function; as, a
            lame leg, arm, or muscle.
        (b) To some degree disabled by reason of the imperfect
            action of a limb; crippled; as, a lame man. "Lame of
            one leg." --Arbuthnot. "Lame in both his feet." --2
            Sam. ix. 13. "He fell, and became lame." --2 Sam. iv.
            4.
            [1913 Webster]
  
     2. Hence, hobbling; limping; inefficient; imperfect; as, a
        lame answer. "A lame endeavor." --Barrow.
        [1913 Webster]
  
              O, most lame and impotent conclusion! --Shak.
        [1913 Webster]
  
     {Lame duck}
        (a) (Stock Exchange), a person who can not fulfill his
            contracts. [Cant]
        (b) An elected politician who is completing a term after
            having been defeated at an election; also, an office
            holder who cannot or chooses not to run again for the
            same office; -- So called from the presumed lack of
            political power of one who is soon to be out of
            office.
        (b) Any office holder who is serving out a term after a
            replacement has been selected.
            [1913 Webster +PJC]

From The Jargon File (version 4.4.7, 29 Dec 2003) [jargon]:

  lamer
   n.
  
      [originally among Amiga fans]
  
      1. Synonym for {luser}, not used much by hackers but common among {warez
      d00dz}, crackers, and {phreaker}s. A person who downloads much, but who
      never uploads. (Also known as leecher). Oppose {elite}. Has the same
      connotations of self-conscious elitism that use of {luser} does among
      hackers.
  
      2. Someone who tries to crack a BBS.
  
      3. Someone who annoys the sysop or other BBS users ? for instance, by
      posting lots of silly messages, uploading virus-ridden software, frequently
      dropping carrier, etc.
  
      Crackers also use it to refer to cracker {wannabee}s. In phreak culture, a
      lamer is one who scams codes off others rather than doing cracks or really
      understanding the fundamental concepts. In {warez d00dz} culture, where the
      ability to wave around cracked commercial software within days of (or
      before) release to the commercial market is much esteemed, the lamer might
      try to upload garbage or shareware or something incredibly old (old in this
      context is read as a few years to anything older than 3 days). ?Lamer? is
      also much used in the IRC world in a similar sense to the above.
  
      This term seems to have originated in the Commodore-64 scene in the mid
      1980s. It was popularized among Amiga crackers of the mid-1980s by ?Lamer
      Exterminator?, the most famous and feared Amiga virus ever, which gradually
      corrupted non-write-protected floppy disks with bad sectors. The bad
      sectors, when looked at, were overwritten with repetitions of the string
      ?LAMER!?.
  

From Spanish-English Freedict dictionary [fd-spa-eng]:

  lamer
     lick
  

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