Asked in English to Thai
English to Thai
What is the Thai translation for emperor?
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Asked in English to Thai, Languages and Cultures
What does the phrase 'Kuhn put Thai di' mean when translated into English?
Asked in Languages and Cultures, English to Thai
What is the Thai translation of 'Thai'?
"thai language" = "pasa tai" "thailand" = muang tai or pratet tai "thai person" = "kon tai" "thai" (general adjective) = "tai" The word 'Thai' means freedom or independent in the Thai language. Many people like this definition because it reminds us that Thailand was the only Southeast Asian country able to escape the grip of Western Imperialism. Thai people have called themselves Thai for hundreds of years, referring to their country as Muang Thai. But the country name was officially changed from Siam (the name that Europeans used to refer to Muang Thai) to the more appropriate name of Thailand in 1939 by P.M. Pibun Sonkram.
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What is the translation of fitness in different languages?
Which Mughal Emperor translated Mahabharata into Persian?
Asked in English to Thai, Thailand
Is it phat Thai or pad Thai?
Since Thai is not written with the Roman alphabet, either conversion to the Roman alphabet is OK and arguably correct. *Nearly all Thai restaurants use pad Thai, because it is a standard conversion for consistency in translation - however there is a big problem with this. If you are new to the Thai language and you are an English speaker and you say phat or pad Thai, you will not be saying it correctly. English speakers read "pad" and say it exactly like the English word pad as in "note pad." Unfortunately "pad" does not sound like the actual Thai word ผัด which sounds like "putt" as in "golf putt." *(Noo2012)
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What are some highly rated Thai restaurants in New York City?
What does thai mean in thai?