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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -seared-, *seared*, sear, seare
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Porter house steak, seared, medium rare.สเต็กพอร์ทเฮ้าส์ พองเกรียมกลาง ๆ Law Abiding Citizen (2009)
They're seared into my brain.รายชื่อทั้งหมดของผู้พยากร พวกนั้นฝังลงในหัวของผม 99 Problems (2010)
Seared squab with tarragon.ลูกนกอบเครื่องเทศ Consumed (2010)
Do you think a minute goes by that those faces aren't right here seared into my brain?เดนเต้ โทมัสที สิบเอก \ 156509386 Battle Los Angeles (2011)
Oh, seared tilapia, bearnaise sabayon, and a little bok choy.ทำ seared tilapia,bearnaise sabayon ใส่ bok choy นิดหน่อย Watch While I Revise the World (2011)
Dinner tonight is seared foie gras and rib eye steak with a red wine reduction, served with asparagus and garlic leek mashed potato.ดินเนอร์ในคืนนี้เรามีฟัวกราส์ กับริบอายสเต็กพร้อมไวน์แดง เสิร์ฟกับหน่อไม้ฝรั่ง และกระเทียม ต้นหอม มันฝรั่งบด Would You Rather (2012)
Fuck off. You have seared and sliced every inch of my body.ไปตายซะ ถึงแม้แกจะชำแหละ หรือว่า We'll Meet Again (2012)
I beg you, cut off her head and rest it on her stomach, and when the governor storms in here again, he'll have that lovely image seared in his memory forever.ฉันขอให้ตัดหัวเธอออกและยัดกลับเข้าไปในท้่อง แล้วเมื่อผู้ว่ามาบุกที่นี่อีกครั้ง เขาจะต้องจำภาพความตายที่น่ารักนี้ไปตลอดชีวิต You're No Good (2013)
Unburned gunpowder seared into the bone.ดินปืนเผาไหม้ เข้าไปในกระดูก The Blood from the Stones (2013)
I seem to recall some Ruby outfits that are seared into my brain.ทำให้ฉันนึกถึงชุดของรูบี้เลย ทำสมองฉันเจ็บจี๊ดทุกที Dark Hollow (2013)
Seared to the bone like a brand.ไหม้เกรียมป็นเถ้าถ่านไปถึงกระดูก Chapter Seven 'Nothing to Hide' (2006)
Seared to the bone?ไหม้ถึงกระดูกเลยหรอ Chapter Seven 'Nothing to Hide' (2006)

CMU English Pronouncing Dictionary
SEARED    S IH1 R D

Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary (pronunciation guide only)
seared    (v) (s i@1 d)

Japanese-English: EDICT Dictionary
焼き付く;焼きつく;焼付く[やきつく, yakitsuku] (v5k,vi) (1) to be scorched into; to be seared into; (2) to make a strong impression; to be etched in (one's memory) [Add to Longdo]
叩き(P);敲き;三和土[たたき(P);タタキ(P), tataki (P); tataki (P)] (n) (1) (叩き, 敲き only) mince (minced meat or fish); (2) (叩き, 敲き only) (See 鰹) seared skipjack tuna; (3) (叩き, 敲き only) (sl) robbery; extortion; (4) (usu. 三和土 (gikun)) hard-packed dirt (clay, gravel, etc.) floor; concrete floor; (P) [Add to Longdo]

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

  Sear \Sear\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Seared}; p. pr. & vb. n.
     {Searing}.] [OE. seeren, AS. se['a]rian. See {Sear}, a.]
     1. To wither; to dry up. --Shak.
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     2. To burn (the surface of) to dryness and hardness; to
        cauterize; to expose to a degree of heat such as changes
        the color or the hardness and texture of the surface; to
        scorch; to make callous; as, to sear the skin or flesh.
        Also used figuratively.
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              I'm seared with burning steel.        --Rowe.
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              It was in vain that the amiable divine tried to give
              salutary pain to that seared conscience. --Macaulay.
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              The discipline of war, being a discipline in
              destruction of life, is a discipline in callousness.
              Whatever sympathies exist are seared. --H. Spencer.
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     Note: Sear is allied to scorch in signification; but it is
           applied primarily to animal flesh, and has special
           reference to the effect of heat in marking the surface
           hard. Scorch is applied to flesh, cloth, or any other
           substance, and has no reference to the effect of
           hardness.
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     {To sear up}, to close by searing. "Cherish veins of good
        humor, and sear up those of ill." --Sir W. Temple.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Seared \Seared\, a.
     Scorched; cauterized; hence, figuratively, insensible; not
     susceptible to moral influences.
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           A seared conscience and a remorseless heart.
                                                    --Macaulay.
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From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) [wn]:

  seared
      adj 1: having the surface burned quickly with intense heat; "the
             seared meat is then covered with hot liquid for braising"

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