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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่น ๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -michelangelo-, *michelangelo*
English-Thai: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
Michelangelo[N] จิตรกรชื่อดังของอิตาลี

อังกฤษ-ไทย: คลังศัพท์ไทย โดย สวทช.
Michelangelo Buonarrotti, 1475-1564ไมเคิลแอนเจโล บอนนารอตตี, ค.ศ. 1474-1564 [TU Subject Heading]

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That painting of me by Michelangelo, that's a picture.เช่นภาพวาดโดยไมเคิล แองเจโล่ นั่นแหละที่เรียกว่าภาพ Oh, God! (1977)
You didn't happen to run into Michelangelo?คุณคงไม่ได้ไปโผล่ในช่วงเวลาของไมเคิล แองเจิลโล่ด้วยนะ Mannequin (1987)
Michelangelo. Yes!อ๋อไปสิ, ไมเคิล แองเจิลโล่ Mannequin (1987)
Michelangelo? You know a lot about him.ไมเคิลแองเจลโล เธอก็รู้มามาก Good Will Hunting (1997)
It looks like you're posing for Michelangelo's Pieta of the poor!จะโพสต์ท่าเป็นรูปปั้น ของไมเคิลแองเจโล่รึไง Malèna (2000)
You suggest, "Picasso will do for the 20th century what Michelangelo did for the Renaissance, " unquote.คุณว่าปิกัสโซ่จะส่งผลต่อศตวรรษที่ 20 เหมือนไมเคิล แองเจโล่ส่งผลต่อยุคฟื้นฟู Mona Lisa Smile (2003)
So these canvases that they're turning out these days with paint dripped and splotched on them they're as worthy of our attention as Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel?งั้นภาพวาดในสมัยนี้... ที่วาดกระดำกระด่าง... ก็ควรค่าต่อความสนใจเหมือนภาพ ในโบสถ์ซิสทีนของไมเคิล แองเจโล่รึ Mona Lisa Smile (2003)
Casey, your jaw was chiseled by michelangelo himself. Thank you.เคซี่ย์ ขากรรไกรคุณสวยแฮะ Chuck Versus the Truth (2007)
You ain't going to kill me, Mr. Michelangelo.แกไม่มีทางค่าชั้น มิสเตอร์ไมเคิลแองเจโล่ Sona (2007)
Oh, oh, I know, with their pizza and pasta and... michelangelo.ฉันรู้ได้จาก พิซซ่า พาสต้า และไมเคิล แองเจโล Pret-a-Poor-J (2008)
I've seen re ceiling than michelangelo.ฉันกลายเป็นมืออาชีพไปเลย Bargaining (2009)
Michelangelo designed St. Peter's, not Bernini.ฟังผมไม่ได้ศึกษาสัญลักษณ์ เนื่องจากพวกเขาอยู่หางแถว. Angels & Demons (2009)

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michelangeloMichelangelo protested that he was not a painter.
michelangeloSo that Michelangelo might paint certain figures on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, so that Shakespeare might write certain speeches and Keats his poems, it seemed to me worthwhile that countless millions should have lived and suffered and died.

CMU English Pronouncing Dictionary

Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary (pronunciation guide only)
Michelangelo    (n) mˈaɪkəlˈænʤəlou (m ai1 k @ l a1 n jh @ l ou)

Chinese-English: CC-CEDICT Dictionary
米开朗基罗[Mǐ kāi lǎng jī luó, ㄇㄧˇ ㄎㄞ ㄌㄤˇ ㄐㄧ ㄌㄨㄛˊ, / ] Michelangelo, #76,685 [Add to Longdo]

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

  Michelangelo \Michelangelo\ (m[imac]`k[e^]l*[a^]n"j[-e]*l[-o];
     It. pron. m[-e]`k[e^]l*[aum]n"j[-e]*l[-o]) prop. n.
     Michelangelo Buonarroti, renowned Italian painter, sculptor
     and architect; 1475-1564.
     [WordNet 1.5] Born Michelagnolo Buonarroti at Caprese, March
     6, 1475: died at Rome, Feb. 18, 1564. A famous Italian
     sculptor, painter, architect, and poet. He came of an ancient
     but poor Florentine family. He was apprenticed to the painter
     Ghirlandajo April 1, 1488, and with other boys from the
     atelier began soon after to study the antique marbles
     collected by Lorenzo de' Medici in the garden of San Marco.
     Lorenzo discovered him there, and in 1489 took him into his
     palace, where he had every opportunity for improvement and
     study. The Centaur relief in the Casa Buonarroti was made at
     this time, at the suggestion of Angelo Poliziano. In 1491 he
     came under the influence of Savonarola, whom he always held
     in great reverence. In 1492 Lorenzo died, and Michelangelo's
     intimate relations with the Medici family terminated. In 1493
     he made a large wooden crucifix for the prior of S. Spirito,
     and with the assistance of the prior began the profound study
     of anatomy in which he delighted. Before the expulsion of the
     Medici he fled to Bologna, where he was soon engaged upon the
     Arca di San Domenico begun by Niccolo Pisano in 1265, to
     which he added the well-known kneeling angel of Bologna. He
     was probably much influenced by the reliefs of Della Quercia
     about the door of San Petronio: two of these he afterward
     imitated in the Sistine chapel. In 1495 he returned to
     Florence, when he is supposed to have made the San Giovannino
     in the Berlin Museum. From 1496 to 1501 he lived in Rome. To
     this period are attributed the Bacchus of the Bargello and
     the Cupid of the South Kensington Museum. The most important
     work of this time is the Piet[`a] di San Pietro (1408). In
     1501 he returned to Florence, and Sept. 18 began the great
     David of the Signoria, made from a block of marble abandoned
     by Agostino di Duccio, which was placed in position May 18,
     1504. The two roundels of the Madonna and Child in Burlington
     House and the Bargello were probably made then, and also the
     picture of the Holy Family in the Uffizi. In 1503 Piero
     Soderini, gonfaloniere, projected two frescos for the Sala
     Grande of the Palazzo Vecchio. The commission for one was
     given to Leonardo da Vinci, that for the other to
     Michelangelo in 1504. For it he prepared the great cartoon of
     the Battle of Cascina, an incident in the war with Pisa when,
     July 28, 1364, a band of 400 Florentines were attacked while
     bathing by Sir John Hawkwood's English troopers. This cartoon
     contained 288 square feet of surface, and was crowded with
     nude figures in every position. It had, probably, more
     influence upon the art of the Renaissance than any other
     single work. To about this time may be attributed the
     beginning of his poetic creations, of the multitude of which
     undoubtedly written a few only have come down to us. In Nov.,
     1505, he was called to Rome by Pope Julius II. to design his
     mausoleum, the history of which runs through the entire life
     of the master. Repeated designs and repeated attempts to
     carry them out were made, only to be frustrated by the
     successors of the great Pope. The matter finally ended in the
     reign of Paul III. by the placing in San Pietro in Vincoli of
     the statue of Moses surrounded by mediocre works finished by
     Raffaello da Montelupo and others. The Two Captives of the
     Louvre are part of the work as originally designed. In the
     spring of 1506 he assisted in the discovery of the Laocoon in
     the palace of Titus. His favorite antique was the Belvedere
     Torso, supposed to be a copy of the Hercules Epitrapezius of
     Lysippus. In April, 1506, probably as a result of the
     intrigues of Bramante, he was forced to abandon Rome for
     Florence. In the autumn he joined the Pope at Bologna, and
     made (1506-07) the bronze statue of Julius which stood over
     the door of San Petronio and was destroyed in 1511. The
     ceiling of the Sistine Chapel was begun early in 1508, and
     finished in Oct., 1512. Julius II. died Feb. 21, 1513, and
     was succeeded by Cardinal Giovanni de' Medici, son of the
     great Lorenzo, as Leo X, Michelangelo was diverted from the
     tomb of Julius by Leo, and employed from 1517 to 1520 in an
     abortive attempt to build the fa[,c]ade of San Lorenzo in
     Florence, and in developing the quarries of Carrara and
     Seravezza. In 1520 he began, by order of Cardinal Giulio de'
     Medici, the sacristy of San Lorenzo and the tombs of Giuliano
     and Lorenzo de' Medici with the famous reclining figures on
     the sarcophagi, perhaps the most thoroughly characteristic of
     all his works. Leo X. was succeeded by Adrian VI. in 1521,
     and he in turn by Giulio de' Medici as Clement VII. in 1523.
     On April 6, 1529, Michelangelo was appointed "governor and
     procurator-general over the construction and fortification of
     the city walls" in Florence. On Sept. 21, 1529, occurred his
     unexplained flight to Venice. He returned Nov. 20 of the same
     year, and was engaged in the defense of the city until its
     capitulation, Aug. 12, 1530. Before the end of the year 1534
     he left Florence, never to return. The statues of the
     sacristy, including the Madonna and Child, were arranged
     after his departure. Alessandro Farnese succeeded Clement
     VII. as Paul III., Oct., 1534. The Last Judgment was begun
     about Sept. 1, 1535, and finished before Christmas, 1541.
     Michelangelo's friendship for Vittoria Colonna began about
     1538. (See Colonna, Vittoria.) The frescos of the Pauline
     Chapel were painted between 1542 and 1549. They represent the
     conversion of St. Paul and the martyrdom of St. Peter. He
     succeeded Antonio da Sangallo in 1546 in the offices which he
     held, and became architect of St Peter's Jan. 1, 1547. From
     this time until his death he worked on the church without
     compensation. The dome alone was completed with any regard to
     his plans.
     [Century Dict. 1906]

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

      n 1: Florentine sculptor and painter and architect; one of the
           outstanding figures of the Renaissance (1475-1564) [syn:
           {Michelangelo}, {Michelangelo Buonarroti}]

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