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18:42 Jul 17, 2001
English to Thai translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
English term or phrase: You blow cheese like hell
It could be a compliment, it could be an insult. It matters how it is said, the influx.
I use it in the highest regard to blues (jazz) musicians.
Brian Chisholm
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nakhun sadaeng (len) dai yorn yiam maakamarilis


  

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32 days
khun sadaeng (len) dai yorn yiam maak


Explanation:
Since you said that you use it in the highest regard to blues, I would think it'd be like "That's marvelous" or sth like that.
In Thai it is "¤Ø³áÊ´§(àÅè¹) ä´éÂÍ´àÂÕèÂÁÁÒ¡"
(Khun sadaeng (len) dai yord yiam maak.
Khun (֤س) = You
sadaeng (len) (áÊ´§,àÅè¹) = perform
Ñyord yiam (ÂÍ´àÂÕèÂÁ) = superb, marvelous, great
maak (ÁÒ¡) = very
Hope this helps somewhat :)

amarilis
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