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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -cayenne pepper-, *cayenne pepper*
English-Thai: HOPE Dictionary [with local updates]
cayenne peppern. (ไคอีน') n. พริกป่น, See also: cayened adj.

English-Thai: Nontri Dictionary
CAYENNE cayenne pepper(n) พริกป่น

ตัวอย่างประโยค (EN,TH,DE,JA,CN) จาก Open Subtitles
Water, maple syrup for glucose, lemon for acid, cayenne pepper to irritate the bowels, and a dash of ipecac, a vomiting agent.น้ำ, ไซรัป มะนาว, พริกไทป่น และ Ipecac ตัวทำให้อ้วก Home (2010)
Maybe I would be if you added some cayenne pepper.บางทีผมอาจเป็น ถ้าคุณเติมพริกป่นเผ็ดๆ The Hangover Part II (2011)
What'd you put in there... cayenne pepper?คุณใส่อะไรลงไป พริกขี้หนู? Where Do I Belong? (2011)
Enough cayenne pepper in there to burn your lips out, just like dad used to make.ใส่พริกเยอะมากพอจะเผาปากนายได้เลยหล่ะ เหมือนกับที่พ่อเคยทำ The Great Escapist (2013)
Stick in cayenne pepper and a lemon...ติดในพริกป่นและมะนาว ... American Sniper (2014)
Cayenne pepper.pepper พริกป่น. Black Snake Moan (2006)
Cayenne pepper.เอาพริกป่นมา Scan (2006)
Cayenne pepper.พริกป่น Bad Day at Black Rock (2007)

Thai-English-French: Volubilis Dictionary 1.0
พริกป่น[n. exp.] (phrik pon) EN: ground dried chillies ; ground chilli ; paprika ; Cayenne pepper   FR: piment pilé [m]

Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary (pronunciation guide only)
cayenne pepper    (n) - (k ei2 e n - p e1 p @ r)

Japanese-English: EDICT Dictionary
カイエンペッパー[, kaienpeppa-] (n) cayenne pepper [Add to Longdo]
一味唐辛子[いちみとうがらし, ichimitougarashi] (n) cayenne pepper powder [Add to Longdo]

Chinese-English: CC-CEDICT Dictionary
牛角椒[niú jiǎo jiāo, ㄋㄧㄡˊ ㄐㄧㄠˇ ㄐㄧㄠ, ] Cayenne pepper; red pepper; chili [Add to Longdo]

Result from Foreign Dictionaries (3 entries found)

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

  Pepper \Pep"per\ (p[e^]p"p[~e]r), n. [OE. peper, AS. pipor, L.
     piper, fr. Gr. pe`peri, pi`peri, akin to Skr. pippala,
     1. A well-known, pungently aromatic condiment, the dried
        berry, either whole or powdered, of the {Piper nigrum}.
        [1913 Webster]
     Note: {Common pepper}, or {black pepper}, is made from the
           whole berry, dried just before maturity; {white pepper}
           is made from the ripe berry after the outer skin has
           been removed by maceration and friction. It has less of
           the peculiar properties of the plant than the black
           pepper. Pepper is used in medicine as a carminative
           [1913 Webster]
     2. (Bot.) The plant which yields pepper, an East Indian woody
        climber ({Piper nigrum}), with ovate leaves and apetalous
        flowers in spikes opposite the leaves. The berries are red
        when ripe. Also, by extension, any one of the several
        hundred species of the genus {Piper}, widely dispersed
        throughout the tropical and subtropical regions of the
        [1913 Webster]
     3. Any plant of the genus {Capsicum} (of the {Solanaceae}
        family, which are unrelated to {Piper}), and its fruit;
        red pepper; chili pepper; as, the {bell pepper} and the
        {jalapeno pepper} (both {Capsicum annuum}) and the
        {habanero pepper} ({Capsicum chinense}); . These contain
        varying levels of the substance {capsaicin} ({C18H27O3N}),
        which gives the peppers their hot taste. The habanero is
        about 25-50 times hotter than the jalapeno according to a
        scale developed by Wilbur Scoville in 1912. See also
        {Capsicum} and
        [1913 Webster + PJC]
     Note: The term pepper has been extended to various other
           fruits and plants, more or less closely resembling the
           true pepper, esp. to the common varieties of
           {Capsicum}. See {Capsicum}, and the Phrases, below.
           [1913 Webster]
     {African pepper}, the Guinea pepper. See under {Guinea}.
     {Cayenne pepper}. See under {Cayenne}.
     {Chinese pepper}, the spicy berries of the {Xanthoxylum
        piperitum}, a species of prickly ash found in China and
     {Guinea pepper}. See under {Guinea}, and {Capsicum}.
     {Jamaica pepper}. See {Allspice}.
     {Long pepper}.
        (a) The spike of berries of {Piper longum}, an East Indian
        (b) The root of {Piper methysticum} (syn. {Macropiper
            methysticum}) of the family {Piperaceae}. See {Kava}.
     {Malaguetta pepper}, or {Meleguetta pepper}, the aromatic
        seeds of the {Amomum Melegueta}, an African plant of the
        Ginger family. They are sometimes used to flavor beer,
        etc., under the name of {grains of Paradise}.
     {Red pepper}. See {Capsicum}.
     {Sweet pepper bush} (Bot.), an American shrub ({Clethra
        alnifolia}), with racemes of fragrant white flowers; --
        called also {white alder}.
     {Pepper box} or {Pepper caster}, a small box or bottle, with
        a perforated lid, used for sprinkling ground pepper on
        food, etc.
     {Pepper corn}. See in the Vocabulary.
     {Pepper elder} (Bot.), a West Indian name of several plants
        of the Pepper family, species of {Piper} and {Peperomia}.
     {Pepper moth} (Zool.), a European moth ({Biston betularia})
        having white wings covered with small black specks.
     {Pepper pot}, a mucilaginous soup or stew of vegetables and
        cassareep, much esteemed in the West Indies.
     {Pepper root}. (Bot.). See {Coralwort}.
     {pepper sauce}, a condiment for the table, made of small red
        peppers steeped in vinegar.
     {Pepper tree} (Bot.), an aromatic tree ({Drimys axillaris})
        of the Magnolia family, common in New Zealand. See
        {Peruvian mastic tree}, under {Mastic}.
        [1913 Webster]

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

  Cayenne \Cay*enne\, n. [From Cayenne, a town and island in
     French Guiana, South America.]
     Cayenne pepper.
     [1913 Webster]
     {Cayenne pepper}.
     (a) (Bot.) A species of {Capsicum} ({Capsicum frutescens})
         with small and intensely pungent fruit.
     (b) A very pungent spice made by drying and grinding the
         fruits or seeds of several species of the genus
         {Capsicum}, esp. {Capsicum annuum} and {Capsicum
         Frutescens}; -- called also {red pepper}. It is used
         chiefly as a condiment.
         [1913 Webster]

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

  cayenne pepper
      n 1: plant bearing very hot and finely tapering long peppers;
           usually red [syn: {cayenne}, {cayenne pepper}, {chili
           pepper}, {chilli pepper}, {long pepper}, {jalapeno},
           {Capsicum annuum longum}]
      2: ground pods and seeds of pungent red peppers of the genus
         Capsicum [syn: {cayenne}, {cayenne pepper}, {red pepper}]
      3: a long and often twisted hot red pepper [syn: {cayenne},
         {cayenne pepper}]

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