ออกมา

English translation: come out (of)

13:23 Oct 23, 2005
Thai to English translations [Non-PRO]
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Thai term or phrase: ออกมา
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Sara Pasello
Local time: 11:44
English translation:come out (of)
Explanation:
...is a literal translation.

ÍÍ¡ means 'to go/come out' and ÁÒ means 'to come'. In thise case, ÍÍ¡ÁÒ belong with ¾Ù´ (to speak). To understand what functions these two verbs serve, you may visualize Harry's statement/words as coming out of him/his mouth, but you would not normally translate them.

So the entire sentence means something like "Harry did not dare say anything' or 'Harry did not dare open his mouth'. Just an assumption, but I guess this may be Harry Potter; so you may be able to find the corresponding original sentence in the original English version of the novel.
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EKM
Sweden
Local time: 12:44
Grading comment
Yes, you guessed right. It's from Harry Potter. Unfortunately I only have the French version with me!
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4 +2come out (of)
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ÍÍ¡ÁÒ
come out (of)


Explanation:
...is a literal translation.

ÍÍ¡ means 'to go/come out' and ÁÒ means 'to come'. In thise case, ÍÍ¡ÁÒ belong with ¾Ù´ (to speak). To understand what functions these two verbs serve, you may visualize Harry's statement/words as coming out of him/his mouth, but you would not normally translate them.

So the entire sentence means something like "Harry did not dare say anything' or 'Harry did not dare open his mouth'. Just an assumption, but I guess this may be Harry Potter; so you may be able to find the corresponding original sentence in the original English version of the novel.

EKM
Sweden
Local time: 12:44
Works in field
Native speaker of: Native in SwedishSwedish
Grading comment
Yes, you guessed right. It's from Harry Potter. Unfortunately I only have the French version with me!

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Sopa Lerdvutirong
8 hrs
  -> ขอบคุณครับ :-)

agree  cxp9
20 hrs
  -> ขอบคุณครับ :-)
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