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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -begged-, *begged*, begg, begge
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It's cause you begged me, okay?เป็นเพราะคุณขอร้องฉัน ใช่มั้ย Heartbreak Library (2008)
And he begged not to be removed from the altar boys. I took pity on him.วิงวอนอย่าถอดเขาออกจากเด็กช่วยพิธี ผมให้ความเวทนาเขา Doubt (2008)
Your dad said you begged him to stay another day.ไหนจะพวกเครื่องดื่มในงานเลี้ยงของโรงเรียน Chapter Two 'Trust and Blood' (2009)
But when you died, she didn't give me your stuff anymore, even when I begged her.แต่เมื่อพี่ตาย แม่ไม่ได้ให้ของๆพี่กับฉันเลย แม้ว่าฉันขอร้องแม่ก็ตามที Dead Like Me: Life After Death (2009)
After they begged me.เพราะพวกนั้นต้องการฉัน Duplicity (2009)
They kind of begged me to stay.พวกเขาอ้อนวอนให้ฉันอยู่ต่อ Duplicity (2009)
My mom had one of his old numbers, and... and after I begged her...แม่มีเบอร์เก่าของเขาและ หลังจากที่ผมขอร้องอยู่นาน Jump the Shark (2009)
Well, you begged me to, so please help me.ได้ ในเมื่อเธอขอให้ฉันช่วย ดังนั้นช่วยฉันด้วย Gone with the Will (2009)
But only after i confronted him and begged him to stop. When he denied it to my face,แต่เพียงแค่หลังจากได้เปิดอกคุยแล้วขอให้เขาหยุด Seder Anything (2009)
I begged her to turn me.ฉันขอให้หล่อนเปลี่ยนฉัน Release Me (2009)
Lee disappeared,I begged william to find her,but it wasn't fair to him.ลีหายไป ฉันขอให้วิลเลียมตามหา มันไม่ยุติธรรมกับเขา To Hell... And Back (2009)
* I could have danced all night * * and still have begged * * for more *# ฉันอยากจะเต้นทั้งคืน # # และก็อยากจะขอ # เต้นต่อ # Mash-Up (2009)

ตัวอย่างประโยคจาก Tanaka JP-EN Corpus
beggedAnd I begged her on my bended knees.
beggedHe begged me not to object to his plan.
beggedHe begged me to stay.
beggedHe begged off from speaking at the club.
beggedHe prostrated himself and begged my pardon.
beggedHis wife begged him not to run any risk.
beggedI begged her not to go.
beggedJane begged to see my new house.
beggedShe begged for mercy.
beggedShe begged for something to drink.
beggedShe begged him not to go there.
beggedShe begged him to send her home.

Thai-English: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
ภิกขา[N] begged food, See also: begged alms, Syn. ภิกษา, Thai definition: อาหารที่ขอมา, Notes: (บาลี/สันสกฤต)
ภิกขาหาร[N] begged food, Syn. ภิกษาหาร, Thai definition: อาหารที่ได้มาด้วยการขอ, Notes: (บาลี)
ภิกษา[N] begged food, Syn. ภิกขา, Thai definition: อาหารที่ขอมา, Notes: (บาลี/สันสกฤต)
ภิกษาหาร[N] begged food, Syn. ภิกขา, ภิกษา, Thai definition: อาหารที่ได้มาด้วยการขอ, Notes: (บาลี/สันสกฤต)

CMU English Pronouncing Dictionary
BEGGED    B EH1 G D

Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary (pronunciation guide only)
begged    (v) (b e1 g d)

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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Beg \Beg\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Begged}; p. pr. & vb. n.
     {Begging}.] [OE. beggen, perh. fr. AS. bedecian (akin to
     Goth. bedagwa beggar), biddan to ask. (Cf. {Bid}, v. t.); or
     cf. beghard, beguin.]
     1. To ask earnestly for; to entreat or supplicate for; to
        beseech.
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              I do beg your good will in this case. --Shak.
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              [Joseph] begged the body of Jesus.    --Matt. xxvii.
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     Note: Sometimes implying deferential and respectful, rather
           than earnest, asking; as, I beg your pardon; I beg
           leave to disagree with you.
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     2. To ask for as a charity, esp. to ask for habitually or
        from house to house.
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              Yet have I not seen the righteous forsaken, nor his
              seed begging bread.                   --Ps. xxxvii.
                                                    25.
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     3. To make petition to; to entreat; as, to beg a person to
        grant a favor.
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     4. To take for granted; to assume without proof.
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     5. (Old Law) To ask to be appointed guardiln for, or to aso
        to havo a guardian appointed for.
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              Else some will beg thee, in the court of wards.
                                                    --Harrington.
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     {To beg (one) for a fool}, to take him for a fool.
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     {I beg to}, is an elliptical expression for I beg leave to;
        as, I beg to inform you.
  
     {To beg the question}, to assume that which was to be proved
        in a discussion, instead of adducing the proof or
        sustaining the point by argument.
  
     {To go a-begging}, a figurative phrase to express the absence
        of demand for something which elsewhere brings a price;
        as, grapes are so plentiful there that they go a-begging.
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     Syn: To {Beg}, {Ask}, {Request}.
  
     Usage: To ask (not in the sense of inquiring) is the generic
            term which embraces all these words. To request is
            only a polite mode of asking. To beg, in its original
            sense, was to ask with earnestness, and implied
            submission, or at least deference. At present,
            however, in polite life, beg has dropped its original
            meaning, and has taken the place of both ask and
            request, on the ground of its expressing more of
            deference and respect. Thus, we beg a person's
            acceptance of a present; we beg him to favor us with
            his company; a tradesman begs to announce the arrival
            of new goods, etc. Crabb remarks that, according to
            present usage, "we can never talk of asking a person's
            acceptance of a thing, or of asking him to do us a
            favor." This can be more truly said of usage in
            England than in America.
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