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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -babbler-, *babbler*
English-Thai: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
babbler[N] คนที่พูดไม่ชัด

English-Thai: Nontri Dictionary
babbler(n) คนพูดพล่อย,คนพูดจ้อ,คนพูดพล่าม

Thai-English-French: Volubilis Dictionary 1.0
นกจาบดินหัวดำ[n. exp.] (nok jāp din hūa dam) EN: Black-capped Babbler   FR: Akalat à calotte noire [m] ; Timalie à capuchon noir [f]
นกจาบดินอกลาย[n. exp.] (nok jāp din ok lāi) EN: Puff-throated Babbler   FR: Akalat à poitrine tachetée [m] ; Timalie striée [f] ; Timalie à poitrine tachetée [f]
นกจาบดินสีน้ำตาลคอลาย[n. exp.] (nok jāp din sī nāmtān khø lāi) EN: Spot-throated Babbler   FR: Akalat à gorge tachetée [m] ; Akalat à gorge étoilée [m] ; Timalie à ventre blanc [f]
นกจู๋เต้น[n.] (nok jū ten) EN: wren-babbler   
นกจู๋เต้นหางสั้น [n. exp.] (nok jū ten hāng san) EN: Streaked Wren-Babbler   FR: Turdinule à queue courte [f] ; Timalie zébrée [f] ; Turdinule maillée [f]
นกจู๋เต้นหางยาว [n. exp.] (nok jū ten hāng yāo) EN: Long-tailed Babbler ; Long-tailed Wren-Babbler   FR: Turdinule chocolat [f] ; Timalie-troglodyte à longue queue ; Speleornis chocolat [m]
นกจู๋เต้นจิ๋ว[n. exp.] (nok jū ten jiu) EN: Pygmy Wren-Babbler   FR: Turdinule maillée [f] ; Timalie pygmée ; Turdinule pygmée [f] ; Pnoepyga à poitrine maillée
นกจู๋เต้นเขา(หิน)ปูน[n. exp.] (nok jū ten khao (hin) pūn) EN: Limestone Wren-Babbler   FR: Turdinule des rochers [f] ; Timalie à calcaire
นกจู๋เต้นคิ้วยาว[n. exp.] (nok jū ten khiu yāo) EN: Eyebrowed Wren-Babbler   FR: Petite Turdinule [f] ; Timalie à poitrine tachetée [f] ; Turdinule à sourcils [f]
นกจู๋เต้นลาย[n. exp.] (nok jū ten lāi) EN: Striped Wren-Babbler   FR: Turdinule striée [f] ; Timalie à bride

CMU English Pronouncing Dictionary

Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary (pronunciation guide only)
babbler    (n) (b a1 b l @ r)
babblers    (n) (b a1 b l @ z)

Result from Foreign Dictionaries (3 entries found)

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

  Thrush \Thrush\, n. [OE. [thorn]rusche, AS. [thorn]rysce; akin
     to OHG. drosca, droscea, droscela, and E. throstle. Cf.
     1. (Zool.) Any one of numerous species of singing birds
        belonging to {Turdus} and allied genera. They are noted
        for the sweetness of their songs.
        [1913 Webster]
     Note: Among the best-known European species are the song
           thrush or throstle ({Turdus musicus}), the missel
           thrush (see under {Missel}), the European redwing, and
           the blackbird. The most important American species are
           the wood thrush ({Turdus mustelinus}), Wilson's thrush
           ({Turdus fuscescens}), the hermit thrush (see under
           {Hermit}), Swainson's thrush ({Turdus Aliciae}), and
           the migratory thrush, or American robin (see {Robin}).
           [1913 Webster]
     2. (Zool.) Any one of numerous species of singing birds more
        or less resembling the true thrushes in appearance or
        habits; as the thunderbird and the American brown thrush
        (or thrasher). See {Brown thrush}.
        [1913 Webster]
     {Ant thrush}. See {Ant thrush}, {Breve}, and {Pitta}.
     {Babbling thrush}, any one of numerous species of Asiatic
        timaline birds; -- called also {babbler}.
     {Fruit thrush}, any species of bulbul.
     {Shrike thrush}. See under {Shrike}.
     {Stone thrush}, the missel thrush; -- said to be so called
        from its marbled breast.
     {Thrush nightingale}. See {Nightingale}, 2.
     {Thrush tit}, any one of several species of Asiatic singing
        birds of the genus {Cochoa}. They are beautifully colored
        birds allied to the tits, but resembling thrushes in size
        and habits.
     {Water thrush}.
        (a) The European dipper.
        (b) An American warbler ({Seiurus Noveboracensis}).
            [1913 Webster]

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

  Babbler \Bab"bler\, n.
     1. An idle talker; an irrational prater; a teller of secrets.
        [1913 Webster]
              Great babblers, or talkers, are not fit for trust.
        [1913 Webster]
     2. A hound too noisy on finding a good scent.
        [1913 Webster]
     3. (Zool.) A name given to any one of a family
        ({Timalin[ae]}) of thrushlike birds, having a chattering
        [1913 Webster]

From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) [wn]:

      n 1: an obnoxious and foolish and loquacious talker [syn:
           {chatterer}, {babbler}, {prater}, {chatterbox}, {magpie},
      2: any of various insectivorous Old World birds with a loud
         incessant song; in some classifications considered members of
         the family Muscicapidae [syn: {babbler}, {cackler}]

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