Understand spoken Thai

"symbol for repeat" in Thai

ๆ ไม้ยมก



In Thai, an adjective is often simply repeated in order to make it stronger. For example, in "I'm very happy today" you will hear "very; more" repeated at the end. Or in "Can you walk a bit faster?", you will hear the word for fast repeated. When writing, rather than write the same word twice, the repeat symbol is used for the second occurrence. 


The Thai translation for “symbol for repeat” is ๆ ไม้ยมก.

Examples of "symbol for repeat" in use

There are 57 examples of the Thai word for "symbol for repeat" being used:

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