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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -coup de grace-, *coup de grace*
English-Thai: HOPE Dictionary [with local updates]
coup de grace(ดุคะกราส') n.,Fr. การโจมตีให้ตายทันที,การโจมตี,ให้ได้ชัยชนะอย่างชัดเจน

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And the coup de grace, toss in the fact that he is playing baccarat whenever he's sober enough to make his way down to the tables to the tune of $300,000 a week.ใช้เงินทิ้งๆ ขว้างๆ ไปกับการเล่นไพ่บัคคาราท์ ในตอนที่สร่างเมา พอที่จำทางไปบ่อนได้ รวมๆ แล้วประมาณ 300,000 เหรียญต่อสัปดาห์ Duplicity (2009)
And the coup de grace.และมหัศจรรย์กว่านั้น โอมมมมม เพี้ยงงงง! Everyone (2009)
In the end, Ronnie administered Walshy's final coup de grace with a pound coin rather than a testicular vice.ในท้ายที่สุด รอนนี่จัดการ เชือดวอลชี่เป็นครั้งสุดท้าย ด้วยเหรียญหนึ่งปอนด์ แทนที่จะเป็นที่หนีบอัณฑะ The Secret of Sales (2017)

Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary (pronunciation guide only)
coup de grace    (n) -- (k uu2 - d @ - g r aa1 s)

Japanese-English: EDICT Dictionary
とどめを刺す;止めを刺す[とどめをさす, todomewosasu] (exp,v5s) (1) to finish off; to ensure (something) is dead; to deliver the coup de grace; (2) to put an end to; to deliver the final blow; (3) (as AはBに止めを刺す) to be the best for A [Add to Longdo]

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

  Coup \Coup\ (k[=oo]), n. [F., fr.L. colaphus a cuff, Gr.
     ko`lafos.]
     1. A sudden stroke delivered with promptness and force; --
        used also in various ways to convey the idea of an
        unexpected, clever, and successful tactic or stratagem.
        [1913 Webster +PJC]
  
     2. A single roll of the wheel at roulette, or a deal at rouge
        et noir. [Cant]
        [Webster 1913 Suppl.]
  
     3. Among some tribes of North American Indians especially of
        the Great Plains, the act of striking or touching an enemy
        in warfare with the hand or at close quarters, as with a
        short stick, in such a manner as by custom to entitle the
        doer to count the deed an act of bravery; hence, any of
        various other deeds recognized by custom as acts of
        bravery or honor.
  
              While the coup was primarily, and usually, a blow
              with something held in the hand, other acts in
              warfare which involved great danger to him who
              performed them were also reckoned coups by some
              tribes.                               --G. B.
                                                    Grinnell.
  
              Among the Blackfeet the capture of a shield, bow,
              gun, war bonnet, war shirt, or medicine pipe was
              deemed a coup.                        --G. B.
                                                    Grinnell.
        [Webster 1913 Suppl.]
  
     {Coup de grace} (k[=oo]` de gr[.a]s") [F.], the stroke of
        mercy with which an executioner ends by death the
        sufferings of the condemned; hence, a decisive, finishing
        stroke.
  
     {Coup de main} (k[=oo]` de m[a^]N") [F.] (Mil.), a sudden and
        unexpected movement or attack.
  
     {Coup de soleil} (k[=o]` de s[-o]*l[asl]l or -l[asl]"y') [F.]
        (Med.), a sunstroke. See {Sunstroke}.
  
     {Coup d'['e]tat} (k[=oo]" d[asl]*t[aum]") [F.] (Politics), a
        sudden, decisive exercise of power whereby the existing
        government is subverted without the consent of the people;
        an unexpected measure of state, more or less violent; a
        stroke of policy.
  
     {Coup d'[oe]il} (k[=oo]` d[~e]l"). [F.]
        (a) A single view; a rapid glance of the eye; a
            comprehensive view of a scene; as much as can be seen
            at one view.
        (b) The general effect of a picture.
        (c) (Mil.) The faculty or the act of comprehending at a
            glance the weakness or strength of a military
            position, of a certain arrangement of troops, the most
            advantageous position for a battlefield, etc.
            [1913 Webster]

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

  coup de grace
      n 1: the blow that kills (usually mercifully) [syn: {deathblow},
           {coup de grace}]

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