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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: confection, -confection-
English-Thai: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
confection[N] การเตรียมผสม
confectionary[N] ร้านขายลูกกวาด, Syn. confectionery, candy store
confectionery[N] การทำลูกกวาด
confectionery[N] ร้านขายลูกกวาด, Syn. confectionary, candy store
confectionery[N] ลูกกวาด

English-Thai: HOPE Dictionary [with local updates]
confection(คันเฟค'เชิน) n. ลูกกวาด,ขนมฉาบน้ำตาล,การปรุง,การผสม, Syn. candy,sweet
confectionary(คันเฟค'?ะนะรี) n. ร้านขายลูกกวาด,ร้านทำขนม,ขนมหวาน,ลูกกวาด.adj. เกี่ยวกับลูกกวาด,เกี่ยวกับการทำลูกกวาด, Syn. candy
confectioner(คันเฟค'เชินเนอะ) n. คนทำหรือขายลูกกวาด (บางทีรวมทั้งไอศกรีม/ขนมเค็กและอื่น ๆ)
confectionery(คันเฟค'เชินเนอรี) n. ลูกกวาดหรือขนมหวานทั้งหลาย,ธุรกิจหรืองานของคนทำหรือขายลูกกวาด

English-Thai: Nontri Dictionary
confection(n) ขนมหวาน,ลูกกวาด,ทอฟฟี่
confectioner(n) ผู้ขายขนมหวาน,คนขายลูกกวาด
confectionery(n) ขนมหวาน,ลูกกวาด,ร้านขายขนมหวาน,ร้านขายลูกกวาด

อังกฤษ-ไทย: คลังศัพท์ไทย โดย สวทช.
Confectionersร้านขนมและเครื่องดื่ม [TU Subject Heading]
Confectioneryขนม [TU Subject Heading]

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Okay, now I'm gonna try one of these little date confections.โอเค ฉันจะขอลองชิมผลไม้รวม Sex and the City 2 (2010)
"our daily" baking anconfectioner.ร้านขายขนมหวานประจำวัน ของพวกเรา In This Home on Ice (2010)
- So sit back, relax, and enjoy your low-calorie popcorn and assorted confections while we tell you the strange and bewildering tale of a hero who has yet to enter his own story.เรามาชุมนุมกันในวันนี้เพื่อเรียงร้อยบทเพลง Rango (2011)
Confectionery's popular right now.ขนมหวานยอดนิยมตอนนี้ Yougashiten koandoru (2011)
She's a much more suitable match than the delightful if frothy little confection Ashley Davenport.เธอเหมาะกับลูกมากกว่า แม่ขนมหวานแอชลีย์ ดาเวนพอร์ตนะ Destiny (2012)
Yep, 85 percent confectionary sugar by volume.เเม่สาวหวานน้ำตาล 85 เปอร์เซ็น Fallen (2016)
The confectionary magnate and friend of the British Army...สหายของกองทัพอังกฤษ Atonement (2007)
Karen from Karen's Confections!Karen von Karen's Confections!" The Dinner Party (2017)
- Yeah, yeah! Ah, yeah!~ He's my confectionery ice-cream Joe ~ It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World (1963)

Thai-English: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
ตะไล[N] small confection cup, See also: small cup somewhat larger than a thimble, Syn. ถ้วยตะไล, Example: แม่ค้าหยอดแป้งขนมตาลลงถ้วยตะไล, Count unit: ถ้วย, Thai definition: ถ้วยกระเบื้องเล็กๆ ชนิดหนึ่ง สำหรับใส่ขนมแล้วนึ่งเป็นต้น เรียกว่าถ้วยตะไล
ขนม[N] sweets, See also: confection, sweetmeat, dessert, candy, Syn. ของหวาน, อาหารหวาน, Example: อย่ากินขนมมากเพราะจะทำให้อ้วน, Count unit: ชิ้น, อัน
ของหวาน[N] sweet, See also: dessert, candy, confection, sweetmeat, Syn. ขนมหวาน, ขนม, Ant. ของคาว, Example: ของหวานหลังอาหารมื้อนี้มีข้าวเหนียวทุเรียน, Count unit: ชิ้น

Thai-English-French: Volubilis Dictionary 1.0
จักสาน[v.] (jaksān) EN: do basketry ; weave ; interlace   FR: confectionner des objets de vannerie
ของหวาน[n.] (khøngwān) EN: dessert ; sweet ; candy ; confection ; sweetmeat   FR: dessert [m] ; confiserie [f]
ตัดเสื้อ [v. exp.] (tat seūa) EN: make a dress ; tailor ; have clothes made   FR: tailler un vêtement ; confectionner un vêtement

CMU English Pronouncing Dictionary
CONFECTION    K AH0 N F EH1 K SH AH0 N
CONFECTIONS    K AH0 N F EH1 K SH AH0 N Z
CONFECTIONER    K AH0 N F EH1 K SH AH0 N ER0
CONFECTIONARY    K AH0 N F EH1 K SH AH0 N EH2 R IY0
CONFECTIONERS    K AH0 N F EH1 K SH AH0 N ER0 Z
CONFECTIONERY    K AH0 N F EH1 K SH AH0 N EH2 R IY0
CONFECTIONARIES    K AH0 N F EH1 K SH AH0 N EH2 R IY0 Z

Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary (pronunciation guide only)
confection    (n) (k @1 n f e1 k sh @ n)
confections    (n) (k @1 n f e1 k sh @ n z)
confectioner    (n) (k @1 n f e1 k sh @ n @ r)
confectioners    (n) (k @1 n f e1 k sh @ n @ z)
confectionery    (n) (k @1 n f e1 k sh @ n @ r ii)
confectioneries    (n) (k @1 n f e1 k sh @ n @ r i z)

German-English: TU-Chemnitz DING Dictionary
Feinbäckerei {f} | Feinbäckereien {pl}confectionery | confectioneries [Add to Longdo]
Konditor {m}; Konditorin {f}; Zuckerbäcker {m} | Konditoren {pl}; Konditorinnen {pl}; Zuckerbäcker {pl}confectioner | confectioners [Add to Longdo]
Konditorwaren {pl}; Süßwaren {pl}; Zuckerwaren {pl}confectionery [Add to Longdo]
Konditorwaren {pl}confectionary [Add to Longdo]
Konfekt {n}confectionery [Add to Longdo]
Konfekt {n}confection [Add to Longdo]

Japanese-English: EDICT Dictionary
お菓子(P);御菓子[おかし, okashi] (n) confections; sweets; candy; (P) [Add to Longdo]
コンフェクショナリー[, konfekushonari-] (n) confectionery [Add to Longdo]
コンフェクション[, konfekushon] (n) confection [Add to Longdo]
菓子[かし, kashi] (n,adj-no) pastry; confectionery; (P) [Add to Longdo]
菓子屋[かしや, kashiya] (n) confectionery shop; (P) [Add to Longdo]
菓子司[かしつかさ;かしし, kashitsukasa ; kashishi] (n) Japanese confectionery store (orig. one of high standing, supplying the imperial court, etc.); Japanese confectionery maker [Add to Longdo]
菓子鉢[かしばち, kashibachi] (n) bowl for confectioneries [Add to Longdo]
干菓子;乾菓子[ひがし, higashi] (n) (See 生菓子・1) dried candies; dried confectionary; cookies [Add to Longdo]
求肥[ぎゅうひ, gyuuhi] (n) (orig. written as 牛皮) (See 求肥飴) type of soft Japanese confectionery made with rice flour (somewhat similar to Turkish delight) [Add to Longdo]
求肥飴[ぎゅうひあめ, gyuuhiame] (n) type of soft Japanese confectionery made with rice flour (somewhat similar to Turkish delight) [Add to Longdo]
金鍔[きんつば, kintsuba] (n) (1) (abbr) (See 金鍔焼き) confection of sweetened beans wrapped in wheat-flour dough (in the shape of a sword guard); (2) (arch) metal sword guard; polearm [Add to Longdo]
金鍔焼き;金鍔焼[きんつばやき, kintsubayaki] (n) confection of sweetened beans wrapped in wheat-flour dough (in the shape of a sword guard) [Add to Longdo]
月餅[げっぺい, geppei] (n) mooncake; disc-shaped confection of wheat-flour dough filled with bean paste, usu. eaten during Autumn [Add to Longdo]
上生菓子[じょうなまがし, jounamagashi] (n) high-grade Japanese fresh confections (usu. colorful sculpted mochi in seasonal designs around bean paste) [Add to Longdo]
製菓[せいか, seika] (n) confectionery [Add to Longdo]
製菓業者[せいかぎょうしゃ, seikagyousha] (n) confectioner [Add to Longdo]
打ち物[うちもの, uchimono] (n) (1) forged weaponry (e.g. swords, spears, etc.); forged weapon; (2) molded dry confectionery; moulded dry confectionery; (3) percussion instrument [Add to Longdo]
糖菓[とうか, touka] (n,adj-no) sweets; sweetmeats; confectionary; candy [Add to Longdo]
南蛮菓子[なんばんがし, nanbangashi] (n) (See カステラ,ボーロ,コンペイトー) confections adopted from Portugal, Spain, etc. during the Muromachi period and since Japanized [Add to Longdo]
洋菓子[ようがし, yougashi] (n) Western confectionery [Add to Longdo]
和菓子[わがし, wagashi] (n) Japanese confectionery; (P) [Add to Longdo]
和菓子屋[わがしや, wagashiya] (n) Japanese-style confectionary store [Add to Longdo]
和菓子店[わがしてん, wagashiten] (n) (See 和菓子屋) Japanese-style confectionary store [Add to Longdo]

Chinese-English: CC-CEDICT Dictionary
寿桃[shòu táo, ㄕㄡˋ ㄊㄠˊ, 寿 / ] (myth.) peaches of immortality, kept by Xi Wangmu; fresh or confectionery peaches offered as a birthday gift [Add to Longdo]

Result from Foreign Dictionaries (1 entries found)

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

  Confection \Con*fec"tion\, n. [F., fr. L. confectio.]
     1. A composition of different materials. [Obs.]
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              A new confection of mold.             --Bacon.
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     2. A preparation of fruits or roots, etc., with sugar; a
        sweetmeat.
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              Certain confections . . . are like to candied
              conserves, and are made of sugar and lemons.
                                                    --Bacon.
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     3. A composition of drugs. --Shak.
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     4. (Med.) A soft solid made by incorporating a medicinal
        substance or substances with sugar, sirup, or honey.
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     Note: The pharmacop[oe]ias formerly made a distinction
           between conserves (made of fresh vegetable substances
           and sugar) and electuaries (medicinal substances
           combined with sirup or honey), but the distinction is
           now abandoned and all are called confections.
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