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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -at hand-, *at hand*.
English-Thai: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
at hand    [IDM] ใกล้จะถึง (เวลา / ระยะทาง)

ตัวอย่างประโยคจาก Tanaka JP-EN Corpus
at handKeep the dictionary ready at hand.
at handAlways have your dictionary near at hand.
at handThe Bon Festival is near at hand.
at handChristmas is near at hand.
at handChristmas is near at hand, isn't it?
at handPlease keep this book at hand.
at handIs the store near at hand?
at handThe resolution to the problem was close at hand.
at handThe rainy season is near at hand.
at handKeep a good dictionary at hand.
at handI keep a large dictionary close at hand when I read English magazines.
at handAll students of English should have a good English-English dictionary at hand.
at handThe station is near at hand.
at handSummer vacation is near at hand.
at handSit near at hand.
at handThe airport is close at hand.
at handThe day of decision is at hand.
at handA police station is close at hand.
at handMy father had a heart attack yesterday, but he was lucky to have a clinic close at hand.
at handWhy don't we stop arguing over these piddling matters and get to the issues at hand?

ตัวอย่างประโยคจาก Open Subtitles
Repent. The kingdom of heaven is at hand.กลับใจเถิด อาณาจักรแห่งสวรรค์ใกล้เข้ามาแล้ว Clue (1985)
The kingdom of heaven is at hand.อาณาจักรแห่งสวรรค์ใกล้เข้ามาแล้ว Clue (1985)
Frankly, I think the odds are slightly in your favor at hand-fighting.พูดตรงๆนะ ข้าว่ามันแปลก ที่เจ้าชอบให้สู้โดยใช้มือเปล่า The Princess Bride (1987)
Mr. Oogie Boogie says there's trouble close at handคุณอูกกี้บูกกี้เค้าว่า มันย่อมมีปัญหาใกล้ตัวเรา The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
That feels like tragedy's at handมันรู้สึกเหมือนกับ ความโศกเศร้ามาอยู่ที่มือของเรา The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
The day of redemption is at hand!อัจฉริยะ รู้สึกมั้ยพี่ Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls (1995)
Here is the problem at hand.นี่ คือปัญหาของเรา The Man in the Iron Mask (1998)
"Your doom is near at hand."Your doom is near at handThe Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)
And I'm here to discuss the legal situation at hand.ฉันมาตกลงคดี Legally Blonde (2001)
David! There are slightly more pressing matters at hand here.เนเธฅเน‰เธงเธญเธฐเน„เธฃเธ•เนˆเธญเน„เธ› Shaun of the Dead (2004)
The time to use these may be near at hand.ได้เวลาแล้ว \ ที่ของเหล่านี้จะถูกใช้ The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005)
Warrant Officer Falman, protect the building with the troops at hand.ร้อนตรีพิเศษฟาร์แมน นำกองกำลังไปคุ้มกันสถานที่รอบๆ Fullmetal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa (2005)
Cut off all his fingers, and you ministers shall see them at hand.ตัดนิ้วของมันให้หมด นำมันมาประจานให้ทุกคนได้เห็น The King and the Clown (2005)
But to focus on the task at hand.แต่ต้องสนใจเรื่องนี้ก่อน เอาล่ะ ! Chapter Seven 'Out of Time' (2007)
there are larger issues at handมีเรื่องใหญ่ที่ต้องรับผิดชอบ Next (2007)

Thai-English: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
เฉพาะหน้า [ADV] at hand, See also: urgently, Syn. ด่วน, Example: การศึกษานอกระบบก้าวเข้ามามีบทบาทสำคัญในการสร้างอาชีพให้เตรียมคนเฉพาะหน้า เพื่อรับกับสภาวะเศรษฐกิจที่เกิดขึ้น, Thai definition: ที่เกิดขึ้นในช่วงนั้น และจำเป็นจะต้องดำเนินการตามความเหมาะสมทันที

Thai-English-French: Volubilis Dictionary 1.0
แค่เอื้อม[X] (khaē eūam) EN: within reach ; close at hand   FR: à portée de main
ใกล้จะถึง[adv.] (klai ja theung) EN: close at hand   FR: à portée
ใกล้มือ[adv.] (klai meū) EN: near at hand ; handy   FR: à portée de (la) main
รองรัง[adv.] (røngrang) EN: in reserve ; as a nest egg ; at hand   
หวุดหวิด[adv.] (wutwit) EN: narrowly ; barely ; nearly ; almost ; very near at hand ; by inches ; by an hair's breath ; within an ace of ; in time ; just about ; at the eleventh hour   FR: de justesse ; sur le fil

Japanese-English: EDICT Dictionary
間近い;真近い(iK)[まぢかい, madikai] (adj-i) near at hand [Add to Longdo]
関係省庁[かんけいしょうちょう, kankeishouchou] (n) the concerned government agencies; the ministries and agencies that are relevant to the matter at hand; the relevant authorities [Add to Longdo]
恵存[けいそん;けいぞん, keison ; keizon] (n) message appended to a note accompanying a gift, requesting the recipient to keep the gift at hand [Add to Longdo]
掲題の件[けいだいのけん, keidainoken] (n) (See 例の件) (formal) topic at hand; current topic [Add to Longdo]
手が離せない[てがはなせない, tegahanasenai] (exp) having to continue doing the work at hand; right in the middle of something [Add to Longdo]
手回り[てまわり, temawari] (n) at hand; personal effects or belongings [Add to Longdo]
出切る[できる, dekiru] (v5r,vt) to be out of; to have no more at hand [Add to Longdo]
所持品[しょじひん, shojihin] (n) things at hand; personal belongings [Add to Longdo]
本契約[ほんけいやく, honkeiyaku] (n) contract (entered into on the basis of a promise or previous agreement); formal agreement; contract at hand [Add to Longdo]
本題[ほんだい, hondai] (n) main question; real issue at hand [Add to Longdo]

Chinese-English: CC-CEDICT Dictionary
凑手[còu shǒu, ㄘㄡˋ ㄕㄡˇ, / ] at hand; within easy reach; convenient; handy [Add to Longdo]

Result from Foreign Dictionaries (2 entries found)

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

  Hand \Hand\ (h[a^]nd), n. [AS. hand, hond; akin to D., G., & Sw.
     hand, OHG. hant, Dan. haand, Icel. h["o]nd, Goth. handus, and
     perh. to Goth. hin[thorn]an to seize (in comp.). Cf. {Hunt}.]
     1. That part of the fore limb below the forearm or wrist in
        man and monkeys, and the corresponding part in many other
        animals; manus; paw. See {Manus}.
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     2. That which resembles, or to some extent performs the
        office of, a human hand; as:
        (a) A limb of certain animals, as the foot of a hawk, or
            any one of the four extremities of a monkey.
        (b) An index or pointer on a dial; as, the hour or minute
            hand of a clock.
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     3. A measure equal to a hand's breadth, -- four inches; a
        palm. Chiefly used in measuring the height of horses.
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     4. Side; part; direction, either right or left.
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              On this hand and that hand, were hangings. --Ex.
                                                    xxxviii. 15.
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              The Protestants were then on the winning hand.
                                                    --Milton.
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     5. Power of performance; means of execution; ability; skill;
        dexterity.
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              He had a great mind to try his hand at a Spectator.
                                                    --Addison.
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     6. Actual performance; deed; act; workmanship; agency; hence,
        manner of performance.
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              To change the hand in carrying on the war.
                                                    --Clarendon.
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              Gideon said unto God, If thou wilt save Israel by my
              hand.                                 --Judges vi.
                                                    36.
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     7. An agent; a servant, or laborer; a workman, trained or
        competent for special service or duty; a performer more or
        less skillful; as, a deck hand; a farm hand; an old hand
        at speaking.
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              A dictionary containing a natural history requires
              too many hands, as well as too much time, ever to be
              hoped for.                            --Locke.
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              I was always reckoned a lively hand at a simile.
                                                    --Hazlitt.
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     8. Handwriting; style of penmanship; as, a good, bad, or
        running hand. Hence, a signature.
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              I say she never did invent this letter;
              This is a man's invention and his hand. --Shak.
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              Some writs require a judge's hand.    --Burril.
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     9. Personal possession; ownership; hence, control; direction;
        management; -- usually in the plural. "Receiving in hand
        one year's tribute." --Knolles.
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              Albinus . . . found means to keep in his hands the
              government of Britain.                --Milton.
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     10. Agency in transmission from one person to another; as, to
         buy at first hand, that is, from the producer, or when
         new; at second hand, that is, when no longer in the
         producer's hand, or when not new.
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     11. Rate; price. [Obs.] "Business is bought at a dear hand,
         where there is small dispatch." --Bacon.
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     12. That which is, or may be, held in a hand at once; as:
         (a) (Card Playing) The quota of cards received from the
             dealer.
         (b) (Tobacco Manuf.) A bundle of tobacco leaves tied
             together.
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     13. (Firearms) The small part of a gunstock near the lock,
         which is grasped by the hand in taking aim.
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     Note: Hand is used figuratively for a large variety of acts
           or things, in the doing, or making, or use of which the
           hand is in some way employed or concerned; also, as a
           symbol to denote various qualities or conditions, as:
         (a) Activity; operation; work; -- in distinction from the
             head, which implies thought, and the heart, which
             implies affection. "His hand will be against every
             man." --Gen. xvi. 12.
         (b) Power; might; supremacy; -- often in the Scriptures.
             "With a mighty hand . . . will I rule over you."
             --Ezek. xx. 33.
         (c) Fraternal feeling; as, to give, or take, the hand; to
             give the right hand.
         (d) Contract; -- commonly of marriage; as, to ask the
             hand; to pledge the hand.
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     Note: Hand is often used adjectively or in compounds (with or
           without the hyphen), signifying performed by the hand;
           as, hand blow or hand-blow, hand gripe or hand-gripe:
           used by, or designed for, the hand; as, hand ball or
           handball, hand bow, hand fetter, hand grenade or
           hand-grenade, handgun or hand gun, handloom or hand
           loom, handmill or hand organ or handorgan, handsaw or
           hand saw, hand-weapon: measured or regulated by the
           hand; as, handbreadth or hand's breadth, hand gallop or
           hand-gallop. Most of the words in the following
           paragraph are written either as two words or in
           combination.
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     {Hand bag}, a satchel; a small bag for carrying books,
        papers, parcels, etc.
  
     {Hand basket}, a small or portable basket.
  
     {Hand bell}, a small bell rung by the hand; a table bell.
        --Bacon.
  
     {Hand bill}, a small pruning hook. See 4th {Bill}.
  
     {Hand car}. See under {Car}.
  
     {Hand director} (Mus.), an instrument to aid in forming a
        good position of the hands and arms when playing on the
        piano; a hand guide.
  
     {Hand drop}. See {Wrist drop}.
  
     {Hand gallop}. See under {Gallop}.
  
     {Hand gear} (Mach.), apparatus by means of which a machine,
        or parts of a machine, usually operated by other power,
        may be operated by hand.
  
     {Hand glass}.
         (a) A glass or small glazed frame, for the protection of
             plants.
         (b) A small mirror with a handle.
  
     {Hand guide}. Same as {Hand director} (above).
  
     {Hand language}, the art of conversing by the hands, esp. as
        practiced by the deaf and dumb; dactylology.
  
     {Hand lathe}. See under {Lathe}.
  
     {Hand money}, money paid in hand to bind a contract; earnest
        money.
  
     {Hand organ} (Mus.), a barrel organ, operated by a crank
        turned by hand.
  
     {Hand plant}. (Bot.) Same as {Hand tree} (below). -- {Hand
        rail}, a rail, as in staircases, to hold by. --Gwilt.
  
     {Hand sail}, a sail managed by the hand. --Sir W. Temple.
  
     {Hand screen}, a small screen to be held in the hand.
  
     {Hand screw}, a small jack for raising heavy timbers or
        weights; (Carp.) a screw clamp.
  
     {Hand staff} (pl. {Hand staves}), a javelin. --Ezek. xxxix.
        9.
  
     {Hand stamp}, a small stamp for dating, addressing, or
        canceling papers, envelopes, etc.
  
     {Hand tree} (Bot.), a lofty tree found in Mexico
        ({Cheirostemon platanoides}), having red flowers whose
        stamens unite in the form of a hand.
  
     {Hand vise}, a small vise held in the hand in doing small
        work. --Moxon.
  
     {Hand work}, or {Handwork}, work done with the hands, as
        distinguished from work done by a machine; handiwork.
  
     {All hands}, everybody; all parties.
  
     {At all hands}, {On all hands}, on all sides; from every
        direction; generally.
  
     {At any hand}, {At no hand}, in any (or no) way or direction;
        on any account; on no account. "And therefore at no hand
        consisting with the safety and interests of humility."
        --Jer. Taylor.
  
     {At first hand}, {At second hand}. See def. 10 (above).
  
     {At hand}.
         (a) Near in time or place; either present and within
             reach, or not far distant. "Your husband is at hand;
             I hear his trumpet." --Shak.
         (b) Under the hand or bridle. [Obs.] "Horses hot at
             hand." --Shak.
  
     {At the hand of}, by the act of; as a gift from. "Shall we
        receive good at the hand of God and shall we not receive
        evil?" --Job ii. 10.
  
     {Bridle hand}. See under {Bridle}.
  
     {By hand}, with the hands, in distinction from
        instrumentality of tools, engines, or animals; as, to weed
        a garden by hand; to lift, draw, or carry by hand.
  
     {Clean hands}, freedom from guilt, esp. from the guilt of
        dishonesty in money matters, or of bribe taking. "He that
        hath clean hands shall be stronger and stronger." --Job
        xvii. 9.
  
     {From hand to hand}, from one person to another.
  
     {Hand in hand}.
         (a) In union; conjointly; unitedly. --Swift.
         (b) Just; fair; equitable.
  
                   As fair and as good, a kind of hand in hand
                   comparison.                      --Shak.
             
  
     {Hand over hand}, {Hand over fist}, by passing the hands
        alternately one before or above another; as, to climb hand
        over hand; also, rapidly; as, to come up with a chase hand
        over hand.
  
     {Hand over head}, negligently; rashly; without seeing what
        one does. [Obs.] --Bacon.
  
     {Hand running}, consecutively; as, he won ten times hand
        running.
  
     {Hands off!} keep off! forbear! no interference or meddling!
        
  
     {Hand to hand}, in close union; in close fight; as, a hand to
        hand contest. --Dryden.
  
     {Heavy hand}, severity or oppression.
  
     {In hand}.
         (a) Paid down. "A considerable reward in hand, and . . .
             a far greater reward hereafter." --Tillotson.
         (b) In preparation; taking place. --Chaucer. "Revels . .
             . in hand." --Shak.
         (c) Under consideration, or in the course of transaction;
             as, he has the business in hand.
  
     {In one's hand} or {In one's hands}.
         (a) In one's possession or keeping.
         (b) At one's risk, or peril; as, I took my life in my
             hand.
  
     {Laying on of hands}, a form used in consecrating to office,
        in the rite of confirmation, and in blessing persons.
  
     {Light hand}, gentleness; moderation.
  
     {Note of hand}, a promissory note.
  
     {Off hand}, {Out of hand}, forthwith; without delay,
        hesitation, or difficulty; promptly. "She causeth them to
        be hanged up out of hand." --Spenser.
  
     {Off one's hands}, out of one's possession or care.
  
     {On hand}, in present possession; as, he has a supply of
        goods on hand.
  
     {On one's hands}, in one's possession care, or management.
  
     {Putting the hand under the thigh}, an ancient Jewish
        ceremony used in swearing.
  
     {Right hand}, the place of honor, power, and strength.
  
     {Slack hand}, idleness; carelessness; inefficiency; sloth.
  
     {Strict hand}, severe discipline; rigorous government.
  
     {To bear a hand} (Naut.), to give help quickly; to hasten.
  
     {To bear in hand}, to keep in expectation with false
        pretenses. [Obs.] --Shak.
  
     {To be hand and glove with} or {To be hand in glove with}.
        See under {Glove}.
  
     {To be on the mending hand}, to be convalescent or improving.
        
  
     {To bring up by hand}, to feed (an infant) without suckling
        it.
  
     {To change hand}. See {Change}.
  
     {To change hands}, to change sides, or change owners.
        --Hudibras.
  
     {To clap the hands}, to express joy or applause, as by
        striking the palms of the hands together.
  
     {To come to hand}, to be received; to be taken into
        possession; as, the letter came to hand yesterday.
  
     {To get hand}, to gain influence. [Obs.]
  
              Appetites have . . . got such a hand over them.
                                                    --Baxter.
  
     {To get one's hand in}, to make a beginning in a certain
        work; to become accustomed to a particular business.
  
     {To have a hand in}, to be concerned in; to have a part or
        concern in doing; to have an agency or be employed in.
  
     {To have in hand}.
         (a) To have in one's power or control. --Chaucer.
         (b) To be engaged upon or occupied with.
  
     {To have one's hands full}, to have in hand all that one can
        do, or more than can be done conveniently; to be pressed
        with labor or engagements; to be surrounded with
        difficulties.
  
     {To have the (higher) upper hand}, or {To get the (higher)
     upper hand}, to have, or get, the better of another person or
        thing.
  
     {To his hand}, {To my hand}, etc., in readiness; already
        prepared. "The work is made to his hands." --Locke.
  
     {To hold hand}, to compete successfully or on even
        conditions. [Obs.] --Shak.
  
     {To lay hands on}, to seize; to assault.
  
     {To lend a hand}, to give assistance.
  
     {To lift the hand against}, or {To put forth the hand
     against}, to attack; to oppose; to kill.
  
     {To live from hand to mouth}, to obtain food and other
        necessaries as want compels, without previous provision.
        
  
     {To make one's hand}, to gain advantage or profit.
  
     {To put the hand unto}, to steal. --Ex. xxii. 8.
  
     {To put the last hand to} or {To put the finishing hand to},
        to make the last corrections in; to complete; to perfect.
        
  
     {To set the hand to}, to engage in; to undertake.
  
              That the Lord thy God may bless thee in all that
              thou settest thine hand to.           --Deut. xxiii.
                                                    20.
  
     {To stand one in hand}, to concern or affect one.
  
     {To strike hands}, to make a contract, or to become surety
        for another's debt or good behavior.
  
     {To take in hand}.
         (a) To attempt or undertake.
         (b) To seize and deal with; as, he took him in hand.
  
     {To wash the hands of}, to disclaim or renounce interest in,
        or responsibility for, a person or action; as, to wash
        one's hands of a business. --Matt. xxvii. 24.
  
     {Under the hand of}, authenticated by the handwriting or
        signature of; as, the deed is executed under the hand and
        seal of the owner.
        [1913 Webster]

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

  at hand
      adj 1: close in space; within reach; "the town is close at hand"
             [syn: {at hand(p)}, {close at hand(p)}]
      2: close in time; about to occur; "retribution is at hand";
         "some people believe the day of judgment is close at hand";
         "in imminent danger"; "his impending retirement" [syn: {at
         hand(p)}, {close at hand(p)}, {imminent}, {impendent},
         {impending}]

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