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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -pretense-, *pretense*
English-Thai: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
pretense[N] พฤติกรรมที่ไม่จริงใจ, See also: การเสแสร้ง, Syn. deceit, falsification, Ant. honesty, sincerity

English-Thai: HOPE Dictionary [with local updates]
pretense(พรีเทนซฺ') n. = pretence (ดู)

English-Thai: Nontri Dictionary
pretense(n) ข้ออ้าง,มารยา,การแกล้งทำ,การเสแสร้ง

ตัวอย่างประโยค (EN,TH,DE,JA,CN) จาก Open Subtitles
That is the mechanism of control, the lies that brought us here under false pretenses.นัั้นเป็นการควบคุมแบบกลไก สิ่งมีชีวิตที่ให้เรามาที่นี้ มันหลอกเรา Dead Space: Downfall (2008)
Under false pretenses?ไร้จรรยาสิ้นดี The Pirate Solution (2009)
Yes, I brought you here under false pretenses.ใช่, ผมนำฝ่าบาทมานี่ เพราะหลอกให้มาติดกับ Evil Is Going On (2010)
And I appreciate the pretense.และฉันซาบซึ้งกับการเสแสร้ง The Pants Alternative (2010)
So... do you think that the robbery was just a pretense for the placement of the bug, and then the killer was caught in the act?เป็นแค่การแสร้งทำเพื่อจะมา ติดตั้งเครื่องดักฟังเหรอ - แล้วฆาตกรโดนจับได้ตอนลงมือหรอ - นี่ไม่ใช่คดีวอเตอร์เกตนะ คาสเซิล Under the Gun (2010)
So you're just gonna drop all pretense of actually teaching us?งั้นก็แปลว่าคุณเลิกแกล้งทำเป็น กำลังสอนพวกเราแล้วสินะ? Messianic Myths and Ancient Peoples (2010)
Sir, no one picked up the ransom drop, so for that and other reasons, we believe that the kidnapping aspect of this case is a pretense.ไม่มีคนมาเก็บเงินค่าไถ่ ด้วยเหตุนี้และเหตุผลอื่นๆ พวกเราเชื่อว่า Red Sky at Night (2010)
Jerk, how dare he continue with his pretenses.คนเฮงซวย เขาแสร้งทำเป็นเหมือนไม่มีอะไรเกิดขึ้นเลย Episode #1.3 (2010)
And you betrayed his trust by firing him under false pretenses?ท่านจะทรยศความไว้ใจของเขา โดยการไล่ออกด้วยสาเหตุเท็จหรือไม่ Pilot (2011)
Without the pretense.แถมไม่ต้องคอยวางท่าด้วย Advanced Gay (2011)
Yes, yes, under, uh, false pretenses.ใช่ๆ ภายใต้การโกหกผิดๆ Con-Heir (2012)
Your friend gained access to my facility under false pretenses.เพื่อนของคุณเข้ามาใน สถานที่ของฉันด้วยความเสแสร้ง Welcome to Briarcliff (2012)

ตัวอย่างประโยคจาก Tanaka JP-EN Corpus
pretenseHe made a pretense of knowing my father.

Thai-English-French: Volubilis Dictionary 1.0
คำแก้ตัว[n.] (khamkaētūa) EN: excuse ; pretext ; plea ; defense ; alibi ; pretense   FR: excuse [f] ; prétexte [m] ; alibi [m]
แสร้ง[v.] (saērong) EN: pretend ; feign ; make a pretense (of)   FR: feindre (de) ; faire semblant (de)
ตลกบริโภค[X] (talok boriphōk) EN: be a joke for eating ; sponge on s.o. ; get sth under false pretenses   
ตลกแดก[v. exp.] (talok daēk) EN: sponge on s.o. ; get sth under false pretenses   

CMU English Pronouncing Dictionary
PRETENSE    P R IY0 T EH1 N S
PRETENSES    P R IY0 T EH1 N S AH0 Z

Japanese-English: EDICT Dictionary
仮託[かたく, kataku] (n,vs) pretext; pretense; pretence [Add to Longdo]
外連[けれん, keren] (n) playing to the gallery; showing off; pretence; pretense [Add to Longdo]
偽悪[ぎあく, giaku] (n) pretense of evil; pretence of evil [Add to Longdo]
虚像[きょぞう, kyozou] (n,adj-no) virtual image; pretense; pretence [Add to Longdo]
矯飾[きょうしょく, kyoushoku] (n,vs) affectation; pretense; pretence [Add to Longdo]
見せ掛け(P);見せかけ[みせかけ, misekake] (n) seeming; pose; show; pretense; (P) [Add to Longdo]
御為ごかし;お為ごかし[おためごかし, otamegokashi] (n) self-aggrandizement under pretense of aiding another (aggrandisement, pretence) [Add to Longdo]
出し(P);出汁[だし(P);ダシ, dashi (P); dashi] (n) (1) (uk) dashi (Japanese soup stock made from fish and kelp); (2) (出し only) pretext; excuse; pretense (pretence); dupe; front man; (P) [Add to Longdo]
振り(P);風[ふり, furi] (n,ctr) (1) swing; shake; wave; swinging; (n) (2) (uk) appearance; behaviour; (3) (uk) pretence (pretense); show; (4) (uk) lacking a reservation or introduction (at a restaurant, etc.); (5) postures (of a dance); (6) unsewn part of a hanging sleeve on a traditional Japanese woman's garment; (suf,ctr) (7) counter for swords, blades, etc.; (P) [Add to Longdo]
真似[まね, mane] (n,vs) mimicry; imitation; behavior; behaviour; pretense; pretence; (P) [Add to Longdo]

Result from Foreign Dictionaries (2 entries found)

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

  Pretense \Pre*tense"\, Pretence \Pre*tence\, n. [LL. praetensus,
     for L. praetentus, p. p. of praetendere. See {Pretend}, and
     cf. {Tension}.]
     1. The act of laying claim; the claim laid; assumption;
        pretension. --Spenser.
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              Primogeniture can not have any pretense to a right
              of solely inheriting property or power. --Locke.
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              I went to Lambeth with Sir R. Brown's pretense to
              the wardenship of Merton College, Oxford. --Evelyn.
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     2. The act of holding out, or offering, to others something
        false or feigned; presentation of what is deceptive or
        hypocritical; deception by showing what is unreal and
        concealing what is real; false show; simulation; as,
        pretense of illness; under pretense of patriotism; on
        pretense of revenging C[ae]sar's death.
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     3. That which is pretended; false, deceptive, or hypocritical
        show, argument, or reason; pretext; feint.
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              Let not the Trojans, with a feigned pretense
              Of proffered peace, delude the Latian prince.
                                                    --Dryden.
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     4. Intention; design. [Obs.]
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              A very pretense and purpose of unkindness. --Shak.
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     Note: See the {Note} under {Offense}.
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     Syn: Mask; appearance; color; show; pretext; excuse.
  
     Usage: {Pretense}, {Pretext}. A pretense is something held
            out as real when it is not so, thus falsifying the
            truth. A pretext is something woven up in order to
            cover or conceal one's true motives, feelings, or
            reasons. Pretext is often, but not always, used in a
            bad sense.
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From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) [wn]:

  pretense
      n 1: the act of giving a false appearance; "his conformity was
           only pretending" [syn: {pretense}, {pretence},
           {pretending}, {simulation}, {feigning}]
      2: pretending with intention to deceive [syn: {pretense},
         {pretence}, {feigning}, {dissembling}]
      3: imaginative intellectual play [syn: {pretense}, {pretence},
         {make-believe}]
      4: a false or unsupportable quality [syn: {pretension},
         {pretense}, {pretence}]
      5: an artful or simulated semblance; "under the guise of
         friendship he betrayed them" [syn: {guise}, {pretense},
         {pretence}, {pretext}]

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