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"word added to the end a negative statement to make it gentler" in Thai

หรอก

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The Thai translation for “word added to the end a negative statement to make it gentler” is หรอก. The Thai, หรอก, can be broken down into 4 parts:"The 41st consonant of the Thai alphabet" (), "The 35th consonant of the Thai alphabet" (), "vowel aw (long version)" (-อ) and "The 1st consonant of the Thai alphabet" ().

Examples of "word added to the end a negative statement to make it gentler" in use

There are 5 examples of the Thai word for "word added to the end a negative statement to make it gentler" being used:

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