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ตัก  dtakL 
contents of this page scoop; to ladle out
2.a person's lap

Royal Institute - 1982
ตัก ๑  /ตัก/
[นาม] หน้าขาตอนเข่าถึงโคนขาในเวลานั่ง.
ตัก ๒  /ตัก/
[กริยา] เอาภาชนะช้อนสิ่งของขึ้นจากที่เดิม เช่น ตักน้ำ ตักแกง ตักดิน.

pronunciation guide
Phonemic Thaiตัก
Royal Thai General Systemtak

1.   [verb]
to scoop; to ladle out

synonymsโพง pho:hngMto bail (water); to ladle; to scoop
วิด witHto bail; pump; or ladle a liquid
related wordsควัก khwakHto pick out; to scoop out; to gouge; to dig out; to take out; to spoon out
จก johkLto snatch up; to pick out; to dig with the hands
จ้วง juaangFto stap with full force (usually with a knife); to reach down and pick something up
examplesขันตักน้ำkhanR dtakL naamHdipper; water ladle
ที่ตักผงtheeF dtakL phohngRdustpan
พลั่วหรือช้อนตักดินphluaaF reuuR chaawnH dtakL dinMgardening trowel
รถตักดินและหินrohtH dtakL dinM laeH hinRfront-end loader
รถขุดตักrohtH khootL dtakLbackhoe
ตักบาตรdtakL baatLto present food to a monk or Buddhist priest
ตักตวงdtakL dtuaangMto grab; seize; take a lot of
ตักใส่จานdtakL saiL jaanMto plate; put food on a plate
dtakL naamH rohtH dtaawM
"To talk to a brick wall." — "Water off a duck's back."
naamH kheunF haiF reepF dtakL
"Gather ye rosebuds while ye may, old Time is still a-flying; and this same flower that smiles today, tomorrow will be dying." — "Carpe diem." — "Hoist your sail when the wind is fair." — "Make hay while the sun shines."
๑๑. อย่าตักอาหารทีละมาก ๆ
sipL etL yaaL dtakL aaM haanR theeM laH maakF maakF
"11. Do not scoop out large amounts of food [to put in your plate]."
รัฐนาวามีรอยรั่ว อยู่เต็มไปหมด เรานั่งอยู่เฉย ๆ ปล่อยให้น้ำมันเข้า มันก็จม เราอยู่ในเรือลำเดียวกันก็ช่วยกันตักน้ำออก
ratH naaM waaM meeM raawyM ruaaF yuuL dtemM bpaiM mohtL raoM nangF yuuL cheeuyR cheeuyR bplaawyL haiF naamH manM khaoF manM gaawF johmM raoM yuuL naiM reuuaM lamM diaaoM ganM gaawF chuayF ganM dtakL naamH aawkL
"The ship of state is full of leaks. [But] we sit by idly while we watch the water rise and the ship sink. We are all in the same boat. Let’s help bail the water out."
สำหรับฉัน สะดุดใจทุกทีขณะตักข้าวใส่บาตร
samR rapL chanR saL dootL jaiM thookH theeM khaL naL dtakL khaaoF saiL baatL
"As for me, I pause to think every time I spoon rice into [a monk’s] bowl."
pheuuaF haiF jaoF naaF theeF thaawngH thinL daiF ruuH waaF baawM riH waehnM naiR khaawngR meuuangM theeF meeM hiL maH dtohkL thapH thohmR naaR laeH dtawngF dtakL gwaatL hiL maH aawkL pheuuaF khwaamM bplaawtL phaiM khaawngR phuuF khapL rohtH bohnM thaawngH thaL nohnR
"[This connectivity] allows local authorities to know where snow is falling heavily on the city roads and where the roads need to be plowed for the safety of the driving public."
dtakL naamH rohtH huaaR dtaawM
"It's like talking to a wall." "Try talking to a stump."
dtakL naamH rohtH huaaR saakL
"It's like talking to a wall." "Try talking to a stump."
2.   [noun]
a person's lap

examplesหน้าตักnaaF dtakLlong measure of the Buddha statue in the posture of meditation
หน้าตักnaaF dtakL(a person's ) lap
ผมกึ่งวิ่งกึ่งกระโจนไปนั่งตักแม่ "อ่านอะไรอยู่เหรอแม่"
phohmR geungL wingF geungL graL jo:hnM bpaiM nangF dtakL maaeF aanL aL raiM yuuL ruuhrR maaeF
"I half ran, half jumped onto my mother’s lap, “What are you reading, Mom?” "
นั่งพับเพียบ มือซ้ายวางลงแตะข้างลำตัวหรือวางบนตัก
nangF phapH phiiapF meuuM saaiH waangM lohngM dtaeL khaangF lamM dtuaaM reuuR waangM bohnM dtakL
"[She] sits with her legs folded demurely, her left hand placed down along her side or placed on her lap."

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