SummaryThe Thai translation for “to begin; to start (short form)” is เริ่ม. The Thai, เริ่ม, can be broken down into 5 parts:"vowel eh (long version)" (เ-), "The 35th consonant of the Thai alphabet" (ร), "vowel e" (อิ), "low tone marker" (่ ไม้เอก) and "The 33rd consonant of the Thai alphabet" (ม).
Examples of "to begin; to start (short form)" in useThere are 26 examples of the Thai word for "to begin; to start (short form)" being used:
I continued to walk. Until the sea flooded my chest and then I felt pain in my feet which we hadn’t noticed that we were walking on sand or gravels or shells.,