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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -being-, *being*.
English-Thai: Longdo Dictionary (UNAPPROVED version -- use with care )
beings[บี'อิง] ความมีชีวิตอยู่ ; มนุษย์ ; สิ่งมีชีวิต ; ความเป็นอยู่

English-Thai: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
being    [N] การมีอยู่, See also: การดำรงอยู่, Syn. existence
being    [N] ธรรมชาติ, See also: ธาตุแท้, มีตัวมีตน
being    [N] การมีชีวิตอยู่, See also: ภาวะมีชีวิตอยู่
being    [N] คน, See also: บุคคล, มนุษย์

อังกฤษ-ไทย: ศัพท์บัญญัติราชบัณฑิตยสถาน [เชื่อมโยงจาก royin.go.th แบบอัตโนมัติและผ่านการปรับแก้]
Beingสัต [ปรัชญา ๒ มี.ค. ๒๕๔๕]
being๑. สัต๒. ภาวะ [ปรัชญา ๒ มี.ค. ๒๕๔๕]
Being-in-Itselfพระเป็นเจ้า [ปรัชญา ๒ มี.ค. ๒๕๔๕]

ตัวอย่างประโยคจาก Tanaka JP-EN Corpus
beingOne never sees "Romeo and Juliet" without being moved to tears.
beingThe magazine Look is no longer being published.
beingOh, the train is being delayed.
beingI want you to live more like a human being.
beingYour help prevented me from being ruined.
beingYour plan has the virtue of being practical.
beingYour work is far from being satisfactory.
beingYour proposal is worthy of being considered.
beingI feel like I'm being drawn into your eyes.
beingDo you know who brought that team into being?

English-Thai: HOPE Dictionary [with local updates]
being(บี'อิง) n. การเป็นอยู่,การดำรงอยู่,ชีวิต,สาร,ธรรมชาติ,สิ่งมีชีวิต,บุคคล,พระเจ้า (Being) ,ธาตุแท้,คุณสมบัติ, Syn. existence,creature
inbeing(อิน' บีอิง) n. สภาพที่อยู่ในสิ่งอื่น, สันดาน, ธาตุแท้, เนื้อหา, Syn. immanence)
supreme beingn. พระเจ้า, Syn. God
well-being(เวล'บี'อิง) n. สภาพที่ดี,สภาพที่น่าพอใจ,ความสุข,ความผาสุก,ความเจริญรุ่งเรือง,สวัสดิการ, Syn. prosperity,happiness

English-Thai: Nontri Dictionary
being(n) ความเป็นอยู่,การดำรงอยู่,สิ่งมีชีวิต
being(vi) pr.p ของ be
WELL-well-being(n) สวัสดิภาพ,ความปลอดภัย,ความเป็นอยู่,ความผาสุก

Thai-English: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
เป็นสาวเป็นนาง [V] being woman, See also: be a young woman, Example: โบราณว่าเป็นสาวเป็นนางควรจะต้องนอนตะแคง อย่านอนหงายหรือนอนคว่ำ, Thai definition: มีอายุพ้นวัยที่เป็นเด็กหญิง
ทรหวล    [V] blown away, See also: being carried away (as by a wind), Thai definition: พัดหอบเอาไป
ระบัด    [ADJ] just budding, See also: being young tender sprouts or newly formed leaves, Syn. เพิ่งผลิ, อ่อน
รองบ่อน    [ADJ] attached to a gambling house, See also: being to a gambling house, Example: เจ้ามือเอาปลากัดรองบ่อนขึ้นมากัดแทน, Thai definition: ประจำบ่อน, ที่ยืนโรงไว้เผื่อเหลือเผื่อขาด
ฐิติ    [N] stop, See also: being immovable, enduring forever, Syn. การหยุดอยู่
กลางคน    [ADJ] middle-aged, See also: being of the age intermediate between youth and old age, Syn. วัยกลางคน, Example: ผู้จัดการวัยกลางคนของปั๊มน้ำมันนี้เป็นคนใจดี, Thai definition: มีอายุพ้นวัยหนุ่มสาว แต่ยังไม่แก่
ฐิติ    [N] stop, See also: being immovable, enduring forever, Syn. การหยุดอยู่
กำลัง    [AUX] being, See also: in the act of, in the process of, Example: พจนานุกรมมโนทัศน์กำลังพัฒนาอยู่ที่อีดีอาร์, Notes: (ไวยากรณ์)
การเผาผลาญ    [N] burning down, See also: being on fire, flaming, blazing, Syn. การเผา, การเผาไหม้, Example: การเผาผลาญของไฟทำให้ทุกอย่างที่นี่มอดเป็นจุลไม่มีเหลือ
การรักษาการ    [N] being on duty, See also: acting for, being in charge, Syn. การทำหน้าที่แทน, การปฏิบัติแทน, Example: การรักษาการแทนกรรมการบริษัทของเขาเป็นไปด้วยความเรียบร้อย, Thai definition: การปฏิบัติหน้าที่แทนชั่วคราว

Thai-English-French: Volubilis Dictionary 1.0
อมนุษย์[n.] (amanut) EN: inhuman being   FR: monstre [m] ; créature inhumaine [f]
บุพเพสันนิวาส[n.] (bupphēsanniwāt) EN: state of being husband and wife in the past life   
เฉพาะกาล[adv.] (chaphǿkān) EN: temporarily ; momentarily ; for the time being   
ชีวะ[n.] (chīwa) EN: life ; being ; existence   FR: vie [f]
ชีวัน[n.] (chīwan) EN: life ; living things ; living beings   FR: vie [f] ; être vivant [m]
ชีวิตกับสิ่งแวดล้อม[n. exp.] (chīwit kap singwaētløm) EN: human being and environment   
ชั่วคราว[adv.] (chūakhrāo) EN: temporarily ; for the time being ; for a while ; for the moment ; for a time   FR: temporairement ; provisoirement ; pour le moment
ใจร้อน[adj.] (jairøn) EN: being hot tempered ; hot heart ; impulsive ; impatient ; hasty ; impetuous ; hotheaded   FR: impulsif ; excité ; fougueux ; impétueux ; impatient ; qui a le sang chaud
กำลัง...[v.] (kamlang ...) EN: being ; in the act of ; in the process of ; just   FR: en train de ; occupé à
กำลัง...อยู่[v. exp.] (kamlang ... yū) EN: be -ing ; being ; be in the act of ; be in the process of   FR: être en train de ... ; être occupé à ...

CMU English Pronouncing Dictionary
BEING    B IY1 IH0 NG
BEINGS    B IY1 IH0 NG Z
BEING'S    B IY1 IH0 NG Z

Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary (pronunciation guide only)
being    (v) (b ii1 i ng)
beings    (n) (b ii1 i ng z)

German-English: TU-Chemnitz DING Dictionary
thronendbeing enthroned [Add to Longdo]
freistehendbeing vacant [Add to Longdo]
stillschweigendbeing silent [Add to Longdo]
gegenüberliegendbeing opposite [Add to Longdo]
schwer fallende; schwerfallende [alt]being difficult [Add to Longdo]

Japanese-English: EDICT Dictionary
Google八分;グーグル八分[グーグルはちぶ, gu-guru hachibu] (n) (of a website) being delisted or censored by the Google search engine [Add to Longdo]
KY[ケーワイ;ケイーワイ, ke-wai ; kei-wai] (n) (See 空気読めない) being unable to read the situation [Add to Longdo]
いい年して[いいとしして, iitoshishite] (exp) (in spite of) being old enough to know better [Add to Longdo]
いい年をして[いいとしをして, iitoshiwoshite] (exp) (See いい年して) (in spite of) being old enough to know better [Add to Longdo]
いなくなる[, inakunaru] (exp) (from いる and なる) (See 居る・いる・1,成る・1) to disappear; to stop being; to leave [Add to Longdo]
うんざり[, unzari] (adv,n,vs) tedious; boring; being fed up with; (P) [Add to Longdo]
おめおめ[, omeome] (adv-to) (1) (on-mim) shamelessly; acting brazenly unaffected; (2) being resigned to (disgrace) [Add to Longdo]
おんり[, onri] (vs) (chn) (from 降りる) to get down (from being carried); to get off (a vehicle) [Add to Longdo]
お仕舞い(P);お終い;御仕舞い;御終い;お仕舞;御仕舞[おしまい, oshimai] (n) (uk) (pol) (See 仕舞い・1) the end; closing; being done for; (P) [Add to Longdo]
お出で;御出で[おいで, oide] (n) (1) (uk) (See お出でになる) coming; going; being (somewhere); (exp) (2) (col) (abbr) come (used as an imperative, usu. to children and one's inferiors); go; stay [Add to Longdo]

Japanese-English: COMPDICT Dictionary
機能停止[きのうていし, kinouteishi] stopping functioning, being out of service [Add to Longdo]
定常性[ていじょうせい, teijousei] being stationary (said of a process) [Add to Longdo]

Result from Foreign Dictionaries (5 entries found)

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

  Be \Be\ (b[=e]), v. i. [imp. {Was} (w[o^]z); p. p. {Been}
     (b[i^]n); p. pr. & vb. n. {Being}.] [OE. been, beon, AS.
     be['o]n to be, be['o]m I am; akin to OHG. bim, pim, G. bin, I
     am, Gael. & Ir. bu was, W. bod to be, Lith. bu-ti, O. Slav.
     by-ti, to be, L. fu-i I have been, fu-turus about to be,
     fo-re to be about to be, and perh. to fieri to become, Gr.
     fy^nai to be born, to be, Skr. bh[=u] to be. This verb is
     defective, and the parts lacking are supplied by verbs from
     other roots, is, was, which have no radical connection with
     be. The various forms, am, are, is, was, were, etc., are
     considered grammatically as parts of the verb "to be", which,
     with its conjugational forms, is often called the substantive
     verb. [root]97. Cf. {Future}, {Physic}.]
     1. To exist actually, or in the world of fact; to have
        existence.
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              To be contents his natural desire.    --Pope.
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              To be, or not to be: that is the question. --Shak.
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     2. To exist in a certain manner or relation, -- whether as a
        reality or as a product of thought; to exist as the
        subject of a certain predicate, that is, as having a
        certain attribute, or as belonging to a certain sort, or
        as identical with what is specified, -- a word or words
        for the predicate being annexed; as, to be happy; to be
        here; to be large, or strong; to be an animal; to be a
        hero; to be a nonentity; three and two are five;
        annihilation is the cessation of existence; that is the
        man.
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     3. To take place; to happen; as, the meeting was on Thursday.
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     4. To signify; to represent or symbolize; to answer to.
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              The field is the world.               --Matt. xiii.
                                                    38.
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              The seven candlesticks which thou sawest are the
              seven churches.                       --Rev. i. 20.
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     Note: The verb to be (including the forms is, was, etc.) is
           used in forming the passive voice of other verbs; as,
           John has been struck by James. It is also used with the
           past participle of many intransitive verbs to express a
           state of the subject. But have is now more commonly
           used as the auxiliary, though expressing a different
           sense; as, "Ye have come too late -- but ye are come. "
           "The minstrel boy to the war is gone." The present and
           imperfect tenses form, with the infinitive, a
           particular future tense, which expresses necessity,
           duty, or purpose; as, government is to be supported; we
           are to pay our just debts; the deed is to be signed
           to-morrow.
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     Note: Have or had been, followed by to, implies movement. "I
           have been to Paris." --Sydney Smith. "Have you been to
           Franchard ?" --R. L. Stevenson.
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     Note: Been, or ben, was anciently the plural of the
           indicative present. "Ye ben light of the world."
           --Wyclif, Matt. v. 14. Afterwards be was used, as in
           our Bible: "They that be with us are more than they
           that be with them." --2 Kings vi. 16. Ben was also the
           old infinitive: "To ben of such power." --R. of
           Gloucester. Be is used as a form of the present
           subjunctive: "But if it be a question of words and
           names." --Acts xviii. 15. But the indicative forms, is
           and are, with if, are more commonly used.
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     {Be it so}, a phrase of supposition, equivalent to suppose it
        to be so; or of permission, signifying let it be so.
        --Shak.
  
     {If so be}, in case.
  
     {To be from}, to have come from; as, from what place are you?
        I am from Chicago.
  
     {To let be}, to omit, or leave untouched; to let alone. "Let
        be, therefore, my vengeance to dissuade." --Spenser.
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     Syn: {To be}, {Exist}.
  
     Usage: The verb to be, except in a few rare cases, like that
            of Shakespeare's "To be, or not to be", is used simply
            as a copula, to connect a subject with its predicate;
            as, man is mortal; the soul is immortal. The verb to
            exist is never properly used as a mere copula, but
            points to things that stand forth, or have a
            substantive being; as, when the soul is freed from all
            corporeal alliance, then it truly exists. It is not,
            therefore, properly synonymous with to be when used as
            a copula, though occasionally made so by some writers
            for the sake of variety; as in the phrase "there
            exists [is] no reason for laying new taxes." We may,
            indeed, say, "a friendship has long existed between
            them," instead of saying, "there has long been a
            friendship between them;" but in this case, exist is
            not a mere copula. It is used in its appropriate sense
            to mark the friendship as having been long in
            existence.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Being \Be"ing\, p. pr. from {Be}.
     Existing.
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     Note: Being was formerly used where we now use having. "Being
           to go to a ball in a few days." --Miss Edgeworth.
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     Note: In modern usage, is, are, was or were being, with a
           past participle following (as built, made, etc.)
           indicates the process toward the completed result
           expressed by the participle. The form is or was
           building, in this passive signification, is idiomatic,
           and, if free from ambiguity, is commonly preferable to
           the modern is or was being built. The last form of
           speech is, however, sufficiently authorized by approved
           writers. The older expression was is, or was,
           a-building or in building.
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                 A man who is being strangled.      --Lamb.
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                 While the article on Burns was being written.
                                                    --Froude.
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                 Fresh experience is always being gained. --Jowett
                                                    (Thucyd. )
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Being \Be"ing\, adv.
     Since; inasmuch as. [Obs. or Colloq.]
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           And being you have
           Declined his means, you have increased his malice.
                                                    --Beau. & Fl.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Being \Be"ing\, n.
     1. Existence, as opposed to nonexistence; state or sphere of
        existence.
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              In Him we live, and move, and have our being. --Acts
                                                    xvii. 28.
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     2. That which exists in any form, whether it be material or
        spiritual, actual or ideal; living existence, as
        distinguished from a thing without life; as, a human
        being; spiritual beings.
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              What a sweet being is an honest mind ! --Beau. & Fl.
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              A Being of infinite benevolence and power.
                                                    --Wordsworth.
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     3. Lifetime; mortal existence. [Obs.]
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              Claudius, thou
              Wast follower of his fortunes in his being.
                                                    --Webster
                                                    (1654).
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     4. An abode; a cottage. [Prov. Eng.] --Wright.
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              It was a relief to dismiss them [Sir Roger's
              servants] into little beings within my manor.
                                                    --Steele.
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From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) [wn]:

  being
      n 1: the state or fact of existing; "a point of view gradually
           coming into being"; "laws in existence for centuries" [syn:
           {being}, {beingness}, {existence}] [ant: {nonbeing},
           {nonentity}, {nonexistence}]
      2: a living thing that has (or can develop) the ability to act
         or function independently [syn: {organism}, {being}]

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