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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -by way of-, *by way of*
English-Thai: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
by way of[IDM] เป็นตัวอย่าง

ตัวอย่างประโยค (EN,TH,DE,JA,CN) จาก Open Subtitles
My family came by way of Salem.ครอบครัวฉันมาทางซาเลม Friday Night Bites (2009)
It's by way of an apology for my recent behavior.นี่เป็นวิธีขอโทษ แทนพฤติกรรมล่าสุดของฉัน The Large Hadron Collision (2010)
- So, by way of gifting them...ดังนั้นโดยวิธีการ gifting พวกเขา ... Disconnect (2012)
Denton Weeks has spent the last six months trying to tunnel into the machine by way of the NSA feeds.เด็นตัน วีคส์ ใช้เวลา 6 เดือนหลัง ในการพยายาม หาทางเข้าสู่เดอะแมชชีน ตามวิธีที่ NSA หาข้อมูล Super (2012)
Irish by way of Berlin.คนไอริช แต่โตในเบอร์ลิน Three Coins in a Fuchsbau (2012)
I was able to trace the signal to an address which the FBI received by way of an...ผมสามารถตามสัญยาณไปถึงที่อยู่แห่งหนึ่ง ที่พวกเอฟบีไอก็จะได้รู้จากแหล่งข่าวนิรยาม Root Cause (2012)
Then, one fateful day, by way of the Berlin crisis, their paths crossed.จากนั้น วันแห่งหายนะก็มาเยือน กรุงเบอร์ลินอยู่ในขั้นวิกฤติ พวกเขาพบกัน Identity Crisis (2012)
Kids from broken homes really rake in the material goods by way of compensation.เด็กกำพร้าไม่มีโอกาสอยู่ ท่ามกลางของแบบนี้เท่าไหร่หรอก ว่าเป็นการชดใช้วัยเด็ก The Method in the Madness (2012)
His prosthetic arm is controlled by myoelectric sensors by way of a wireless link, so I cloned the link and reprogrammed it to attempt a forced pair with every cell phone they pass.แขนเทียมของเขาควบคุมโดย ตัวรับสัญญาณในกล้ามเนื้อ โดยทางเชื่อมต่อไร้สาย ดังนั้นฉันทำลิงค์เลียนแบบ แล้วตั้งโปรแกรมมัน Shadow Box (2012)
By way of some bike messengers, the guy that runs pickpockets on the south side and a pot sticker joint the guy apparently loved.ตามทางที่คนส่งข่าวบอกเลย พวกนั้นหยิบกระเป๋าวิ่งหนีในด้านใต้ และไปรวมกันกับคนที่เขาชอบ The Balloonman (2014)
Maybe we can count on Tyrion to intercede on our behalf by way of apology for murdering our father and son.บางทีเราควรวางใจให้ทีเรียน ไกล่เกลี่ยในนามเรา ด้วยการฆ่าพ่อและลูกของเรา Eastwatch (2017)
Said it was by way of an apology.เป็นการขอโทษ Hot Fuzz (2007)

ตัวอย่างประโยคจาก Tanaka JP-EN Corpus
by way ofAll of these abilities are passed on to us by genetic transmission; we receive them by way of the genes that we inherit from our parents.
by way ofBy way of conclusion he said as follows.
by way ofGlasswork came from Persia by way of the Silk Road.
by way ofHe came back by way of Honolulu.
by way ofHe came here by way of Boston.
by way ofHe came to London by way of Siberia.
by way ofHe returned home by way of Europe.
by way ofHe returned home by way of Hong Kong.
by way ofHe said a few words by way of apology.
by way ofHe said a few words by way of preface.
by way ofHe said so by way of a joke.
by way ofHe said so only by way of a joke.

German-English: TU-Chemnitz DING Dictionary
beiläufig {adv}by way of parenthesis [Add to Longdo]
rechnerisch {adv}by way of calculation [Add to Longdo]
versuchsweiseby way of trial [Add to Longdo]

Japanese-English: EDICT Dictionary
ぐうの音も出ない[ぐうのねもでない, guunonemodenai] (exp,adj-i) lost for words; not knowing what to say by way of excuse (refutation) [Add to Longdo]
を通して[をとおして, wotooshite] (exp) through; throughout; through (the good offices of); by way of [Add to Longdo]
経て[へて, hete] (exp) (often ...を経て) (See 経る・へる) through; by way of; after; via [Add to Longdo]
経由[けいゆ(P);けいゆう, keiyu (P); keiyuu] (n-adv) (1) through; by way of; via; (vs) (2) to go via; to go by way of; (P) [Add to Longdo]
通る(P);徹る;透る[とおる, tooru] (v5r,vi) (1) to go by; to go past; to go along; to travel along; to pass through; to use (a road); to take (a route); to go via; to go by way of; (2) (of public transport) to run (between); to operate (between); to connect; (3) to go indoors; to go into a room; to be admitted; to be shown in; to be ushered in; to come in; (4) to penetrate; to pierce; to skewer; to go through; to come through; (5) to permeate; to soak into; to spread throughout; (6) to carry (e.g. of a voice); to reach far; (7) to be passed on (e.g. of a customer's order to the kitchen); to be relayed; to be conveyed; (8) to pass (a test, a bill in the House, etc.); to be approved; to be accepted; (9) to go by (a name); to be known as; to be accepted as; to have a reputation for; (10) to be coherent; to be logical; to be reasonable; to be comprehensible; to be understandable; to make sense; (11) to get across (e.g. of one's point); to be understood; (12) to be straight (e.g. wood grain); (13) (arch) to be well-informed; to be wise; (suf,v5r) (14) (after the -masu stem of a verb) to do ... completely; to do ... thoroughly; (P) [Add to Longdo]
憂さを晴らしに[うさをはらしに, usawoharashini] (adv) (uk) for amusement; by way of diversion (distraction from grief) [Add to Longdo]

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

  Way \Way\, n. [OE. wey, way, AS. weg; akin to OS., D., OHG., &
     G. weg, Icel. vegr, Sw. v[aum]g, Dan. vei, Goth. wigs, L.
     via, and AS. wegan to move, L. vehere to carry, Skr. vah.
     [root]136. Cf. {Convex}, {Inveigh}, {Vehicle}, {Vex}, {Via},
     {Voyage}, {Wag}, {Wagon}, {Wee}, {Weigh}.]
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     1. That by, upon, or along, which one passes or processes;
        opportunity or room to pass; place of passing; passage;
        road, street, track, or path of any kind; as, they built a
        way to the mine. "To find the way to heaven." --Shak.
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              I shall him seek by way and eke by street.
                                                    --Chaucer.
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              The way seems difficult, and steep to scale.
                                                    --Milton.
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              The season and ways were very improper for his
              majesty's forces to march so great a distance.
                                                    --Evelyn.
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     2. Length of space; distance; interval; as, a great way; a
        long way.
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              And whenever the way seemed long,
              Or his heart began to fail.           --Longfellow.
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     3. A moving; passage; procession; journey.
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              I prythee, now, lead the way.         --Shak.
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     4. Course or direction of motion or process; tendency of
        action; advance.
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              If that way be your walk, you have not far.
                                                    --Milton.
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              And let eternal justice take the way. --Dryden.
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     5. The means by which anything is reached, or anything is
        accomplished; scheme; device; plan.
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              My best way is to creep under his gaberdine. --Shak.
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              By noble ways we conquest will prepare. --Dryden.
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              What impious ways my wishes took!     --Prior.
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     6. Manner; method; mode; fashion; style; as, the way of
        expressing one's ideas.
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     7. Regular course; habitual method of life or action; plan of
        conduct; mode of dealing. "Having lost the way of
        nobleness." --Sir. P. Sidney.
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              Her ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths
              are peace.                            --Prov. iii.
                                                    17.
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              When men lived in a grander way.      --Longfellow.
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     8. Sphere or scope of observation. --Jer. Taylor.
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              The public ministers that fell in my way. --Sir W.
                                                    Temple.
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     9. Determined course; resolved mode of action or conduct; as,
        to have one's way.
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     10. (Naut.)
         (a) Progress; as, a ship has way.
         (b) pl. The timbers on which a ship is launched.
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     11. pl. (Mach.) The longitudinal guides, or guiding surfaces,
         on the bed of a planer, lathe, or the like, along which a
         table or carriage moves.
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     12. (Law) Right of way. See below.
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     {By the way}, in passing; apropos; aside; apart from, though
        connected with, the main object or subject of discourse.
        
  
     {By way of}, for the purpose of; as being; in character of.
        
  
     {Covert way}. (Fort.) See {Covered way}, under {Covered}.
  
     {In the family way}. See under {Family}.
  
     {In the way}, so as to meet, fall in with, obstruct, hinder,
        etc.
  
     {In the way with}, traveling or going with; meeting or being
        with; in the presence of.
  
     {Milky way}. (Astron.) See {Galaxy}, 1.
  
     {No way}, {No ways}. See {Noway}, {Noways}, in the
        Vocabulary.
  
     {On the way}, traveling or going; hence, in process;
        advancing toward completion; as, on the way to this
        country; on the way to success.
  
     {Out of the way}. See under {Out}.
  
     {Right of way} (Law), a right of private passage over
        another's ground. It may arise either by grant or
        prescription. It may be attached to a house, entry, gate,
        well, or city lot, as well as to a country farm. --Kent.
        
  
     {To be under way}, or {To have way} (Naut.), to be in motion,
        as when a ship begins to move.
  
     {To give way}. See under {Give}.
  
     {To go one's way}, or {To come one's way}, to go or come; to
        depart or come along. --Shak.
  
     {To go one's way} to proceed in a manner favorable to one; --
        of events.
  
     {To come one's way} to come into one's possession (of
        objects) or to become available, as an opportunity; as,
        good things will come your way.
  
     {To go the way of all the earth} or
  
     {to go the way of all flesh} to die.
  
     {To make one's way}, to advance in life by one's personal
        efforts.
  
     {To make way}. See under {Make}, v. t.
  
     {Ways and means}.
         (a) Methods; resources; facilities.
         (b) (Legislation) Means for raising money; resources for
             revenue.
  
     {Way leave}, permission to cross, or a right of way across,
        land; also, rent paid for such right. [Eng]
  
     {Way of the cross} (Eccl.), the course taken in visiting in
        rotation the stations of the cross. See {Station}, n., 7
         (c) .
  
     {Way of the rounds} (Fort.), a space left for the passage of
        the rounds between a rampart and the wall of a fortified
        town.
  
     {Way pane}, a pane for cartage in irrigated land. See {Pane},
        n., 4. [Prov. Eng.]
  
     {Way passenger}, a passenger taken up, or set down, at some
        intermediate place between the principal stations on a
        line of travel.
  
     {Ways of God}, his providential government, or his works.
  
     {Way station}, an intermediate station between principal
        stations on a line of travel, especially on a railroad.
  
     {Way train}, a train which stops at the intermediate, or way,
        stations; an accommodation train.
  
     {Way warden}, the surveyor of a road.
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     Syn: Street; highway; road.
  
     Usage: {Way}, {Street}, {Highway}, {Road}. Way is generic,
            denoting any line for passage or conveyance; a highway
            is literally one raised for the sake of dryness and
            convenience in traveling; a road is, strictly, a way
            for horses and carriages; a street is, etymologically,
            a paved way, as early made in towns and cities; and,
            hence, the word is distinctively applied to roads or
            highways in compact settlements.
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                  All keep the broad highway, and take delight
                  With many rather for to go astray. --Spenser.
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                  There is but one road by which to climb up.
                                                    --Addison.
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                  When night
                  Darkens the streets, then wander forth the sons
                  Of Belial, flown with insolence and wine.
                                                    --Milton.
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