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khaawR riianR haaF saawngR riianR naawyL diL jaL aoM bpaiM yaawtL dtuuF phlaehngM
pronunciation guide
Phonemic Thaiขอ-เหฺรียน-ฮ่า-สอง-เหฺรียน-หฺน่อย-ดิ-จะ-เอา-ไป-หฺยอด-ตู้-เพฺลง
IPAkʰɔ̌ː rǐːan hâː sɔ̌ːŋ rǐːan nɔ̀ːj dìʔ tɕàʔ ʔaw paj jɔ̀ːt tûː pʰleːŋ
Royal Thai General Systemkho rian ha song rian noi di cha ao pai yot tu phleng

 [example sentence, colloquial]
"Can I have two five-baht coins for the jukebox?"

componentsขอ khaawRto ask for; to request; "I'd like..." — "May/Can I have...?"
เหรียญ  riianRcoin; coins
ห้า haaFfive; the number or quantity five
สอง saawngRtwo; the number or quantity two
เหรียญ riianR[numerical classifier for medals, coins, dollars and medallions]
หน่อย naawyL[word used to soften the meaning of a sentence] "...a bit" — "...somewhat" — " some extent"; this little thing, no big deal here, for just a moment
ดิ diL[colloquial spelling for สิ ]
จะเอาjaL aoMwill want, will take or have
ไป bpaiMto go; <subject> goes
หยอด yaawtLto let drip; to pour a little at a time; to let drop little by little; to feed a small quantity; to insert [a coin in a jukebox (or any machines that take coins)]
ตู้เพลงdtuuF phlaehngMjukebox

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