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graL bpaoR dtangM
pronunciation guide
Phonemic Thaiกฺระ-เป๋า-ตัง
IPAkràʔ pǎw taŋ
Royal Thai General Systemkrapao tang

wallet; change purse

classifierใบ baiM[numerical classifier for bottles, drinking glasses, backpacks, money, leaves, sheets, hats, cards and other flat objects, eggs]; [colloquial classifier for eggs]
componentsกระเป๋า graL bpaoRpouch; bag; knapsack; wallet; case purse; pocket; suitcase; luggage; baggage
[an alternate spelling or pronunciation]
dtangM"sadang," a Thai coin worth one one-hundredth of a Baht; [figuratively meaning] money [in a general sense]
คุณหากระเป๋าตังค์ไม่เจอสักที ไม่รู้ว่ามันหายไปไหน
khoonM haaR graL bpaoR dtangM maiF juuhrM sakL theeM maiF ruuH waaF manM haaiR bpaiM naiR
"You lost your purse and don't know where it went."
waangM graL bpaoR dtangM waiH bohnM dtoH laawF dtaaM laaF jaiM khaL mooyM
"Leaving your purse or wallet on the table is an enticement to thieves."
. เมื่อวานผมทำกระเป๋าตังค์หาย
meuuaF waanM phohmR thamM graL bpaoR dtangM haaiR
"Mr. A: Yesterday I lost my wallet."

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