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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -falling star-, *falling star*
English-Thai: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
falling star[N] ลูกอุกกาบาต, See also: อุกกาบาต, ผีพุ่งใต้, ดาวตก, Syn. meteor

English-Thai: HOPE Dictionary [with local updates]
falling starn. ลูกอุกกาบาต,ดาวตก,ผีพุ่งใต้

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Looks like you hitched your wagon to a falling star.ดูเหมือนว่าเธอมัดรถของเธอไว้กับดาวที่กำลังตกนะ Seder Anything (2009)
There are those who do not believe that a single soul... born in heaven... can split into twin spirits and shoot, like falling stars to earth,ไมมีใครเชื่อ ว่าวิญญาณดวงเดียว กำเนิดในสวรรค์ จะสามารถแบ่งเป็นสองจิตใจ Don Juan DeMarco (1994)
For me, it was lying on my back... at Boy Scout camp, watching falling stars.สำหรับผม คือตอนที่นอนดูดาวตก American Beauty (1999)
Catch a falling star and put it in your pocketคว้าดาวตกจากฟ้า เก็บมาใส่กระเป๋า Love Actually (2003)
Catch a falling star And put it in your pocketคว้าดาวตกจากฟ้า เก็บมาใส่กระเป๋าไว้ Love Actually (2003)
"You who swallowed a falling star, oh heartless man""เจ้าผู้กลืนกินดารา โอ้ ชายผู้ไร้หัวใจ" Howl's Moving Castle (2004)

Thai-English: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
กลาบาต[N] shooting star, See also: falling star, meteor, Syn. อุกลาบาต, อุกกาบาต, Example: คนโบราณเชื่อว่ากลาบาตหรืออุกลาบาตเป็นลางบอกเหตุร้าย, Count unit: ก้อน, ลูก, Thai definition: ก้อนที่มีแสงซึ่งตกจากอากาศลงมาสู่ผิวโลกถือว่าเป็นลางบอกเหตุร้าย

Thai-English-French: Volubilis Dictionary 1.0
ดาวตก[n. exp.] (dāotok) EN: shooting star ; falling star ; meteor   FR: étoile filante [f] ; météorite [f] ; météore [m]

Japanese-English: EDICT Dictionary
火の玉[ひのたま, hinotama] (n) falling star; fireball [Add to Longdo]
火玉[ひだま, hidama] (n) falling star; fireball [Add to Longdo]
流星[りゅうせい, ryuusei] (n) meteor; falling star [Add to Longdo]
隕星[いんせい, insei] (n) meteor; falling star [Add to Longdo]

Result from Foreign Dictionaries (2 entries found)

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

  Shooting \Shoot"ing\, a.
     Of or pertaining to shooting; for shooting; darting.
     [1913 Webster]
  
     {Shooting board} (Joinery), a fixture used in planing or
        shooting the edge of a board, by means of which the plane
        is guided and the board held true.
  
     {Shooting box}, a small house in the country for use in the
        shooting season. --Prof. Wilson.
  
     {Shooting gallery}, a range, usually covered, with targets
        for practice with firearms.
  
     {Shooting iron}, a firearm. [Slang, U.S.]
  
     {Shooting star}.
     (a) (Astron.) A starlike, luminous meteor, that, appearing
         suddenly, darts quickly across some portion of the sky,
         and then as suddenly disappears, leaving sometimes, for a
         few seconds, a luminous train, -- called also {falling
         star}.
  
     Note: Shooting stars are small cosmical bodies which
           encounter the earth in its annual revolution, and which
           become visible by coming with planetary velocity into
           the upper regions of the atmosphere. At certain
           periods, as on the 13th of November and 10th of August,
           they appear for a few hours in great numbers,
           apparently diverging from some point in the heavens,
           such displays being known as meteoric showers, or star
           showers. These bodies, before encountering the earth,
           were moving in orbits closely allied to the orbits of
           comets. See {Leonids}, {Perseids}.
     (b) (Bot.) The American cowslip ({Dodecatheon Meadia}). See
         under {Cowslip}.
  
     {Shooting stick} (Print.), a tapering piece of wood or iron,
        used by printers to drive up the quoins in the chase.
        --Hansard.
        [1913 Webster]

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

  Falling \Fall"ing\, a. & n.
     from {Fall}, v. i.
     [1913 Webster]
  
     {Falling away}, {Falling off}, etc. See {To fall away}, {To
        fall off}, etc., under {Fall}, v. i.
  
     {Falling band}, the plain, broad, linen collar turning down
        over the doublet, worn in the early part of the 17th
        century.
  
     {Falling sickness} (Med.), epilepsy. --Shak.
  
     {Falling star}. (Astron.) See {Shooting star}.
  
     {Falling stone}, a stone falling through the atmosphere; a
        meteorite; an a["e]rolite.
  
     {Falling tide}, the ebb tide.
  
     {Falling weather}, a rainy season. [Colloq.] --Bartlett.
        [1913 Webster]

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