SummaryThe Thai translation for “merely; only” is แต่. The Thai, แต่, can be broken down into 3 parts:"vowel ae (long version)" (แ-), "The 21st consonant of the Thai alphabet" (ต) and "low tone marker" (่ ไม้เอก).
Examples of "merely; only" in useThere are 12 examples of the Thai word for "merely; only" being used:
But the strange thing is that the area where I am sitting is an area that has only shells. Can you imagine it.,
Cars coming from above will not see the cars below, but can only see the headlights of other cars shining up.,
There will be a sign indicating that the area where I am staying, I must not play because there are only shells and no sand.,