SummaryThe Thai translation for “to have” is มี. The Thai, มี, can be broken down into 2 parts:"The 33rd consonant of the Thai alphabet" (ม) and "vowel e (long version)" (อี).
Examples of "to have" in useThere are 562 examples of the Thai word for "to have" being used:
"to have" Practice (562)
And then there were glasses of water, any shard of glass that can cut my feet. I walked around and tried to avoid stepping on them.,
And we ordered a large plate of fried rice because Thai people like to eat rice if there is no rice then they are feel not full.,
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