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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -sheldrake-, *sheldrake*
English-Thai: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
sheldrake    [N] เป็ดยุโรปตัวผู้จำพวก Tadorna มีปากหนาและสีสันสดใส, Syn. shelduck

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They do their act at the Sheldrake Thursday.พวกเขาต้องไปแสดงโชว์ ที่ เชลเดร็ก พฤหัสหน้า Dirty Dancing (1987)
What's the Sheldrake?เชลเดร็ก คืออะไร? Dirty Dancing (1987)
Sheldrake's 20 minutes away. We'll change in the car.เชลเดร็ก ห่างไป 20 นาที เราเปลี่ยนชุดกันในรถเลย Dirty Dancing (1987)
The Sheldrake Hotel is proud to present Johnny Castle and partner...เชลเดร็ก โฮเต็ล ภูมิใจเสนอ จอห์นนี่ แคสเทิล และคู่ขวัญ... Dirty Dancing (1987)
The Sheldrake Hotel is proud to present Johnny Castle and partner... in ""Mambo Magic.""เชลเดร็ก โฮเต็ล ภูมิใจเสนอ จอห์นนี่ แคสเทิล และคู่ขวัญ... ใน แมมโบ้ เมจิค Dirty Dancing (1987)
There's been similar thefts at the Sheldrake. It's happened here before.แล้วยังมีเหตุการณ์คล้าย ๆ กันเกิดขึ้นที่ โรงแรม เชเดร็ก อีกด้วย Dirty Dancing (1987)
I even saw them at the Sheldrake. You said something was stolen from there.หนูเคยเห็นพวกเขาที่โรงแรม เชเดร็ก ด้วย เห็นบอกว่าที่นั้นก็มีกระเป๋าเงินหาย Dirty Dancing (1987)
Mr. Sheldrake.คุณเชลเดร็ค Can You Hear Me Now? (2010)
If I ask Sheldrake to withdraw the essay, he'll know something's wrong.ถ้าขอถอนรายงาน เชลเดร็ค สงสัยแน่ Can You Hear Me Now? (2010)
No, but I spoke with Mr. Sheldrake.- เปล่า แต่พ่อคุยกับ คุณเชลเดร็ค Reality Bites Me (2010)
"Rebecca sheldrake.""รีเบคก้า เชลเดรค" What Are You Doing Here, Ho-Bag? (2012)
I need "Rebecca sheldrake."ฉันต้องการ "รีเบคก้า เชลเดรค" What Are You Doing Here, Ho-Bag? (2012)

Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary (pronunciation guide only)
sheldrake    (n) (sh e1 l d r ei k)
sheldrakes    (n) (sh e1 l d r ei k s)

Result from Foreign Dictionaries (4 entries found)

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

  Goosander \Goos"an`der\, n. [OE. gossander, a tautological word
     formed fr. goose + gander. Cf. {Merganser}.] (Zool.)
     A species of merganser ({M. merganser}) of Northern Europe
     and America; -- called also {merganser}, {dundiver},
     {sawbill}, {sawneb}, {shelduck}, and {sheldrake}. See
     [1913 Webster]

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

  Sheldrake \Shel"drake`\, n. [Sheld + drake.]
     1. (Zool.) Any one of several species of large Old World
        ducks of the genus {Tadorna} and allied genera, especially
        the European and Asiatic species. ({Tadorna cornuta} syn.
        {Tadorna tadorna}), which somewhat resembles a goose in
        form and habit, but breeds in burrows.
        [1913 Webster]
     Note: It has the head and neck greenish black, the breast,
           sides, and forward part of the back brown, the
           shoulders and middle of belly black, the speculum
           green, and the bill and frontal bright red. Called also
           {shelduck}, {shellduck}, {sheldfowl}, {skeelduck},
           {bergander}, {burrow duck}, and {links goose}.
           [1913 Webster]
     Note: The Australian sheldrake ({Tadorna radja}) has the
           head, neck, breast, flanks, and wing coverts white, the
           upper part of the back and a band on the breast deep
           chestnut, and the back and tail black. The chestnut
           sheldrake of Australia ({Casarca tadornoides}) is
           varied with black and chestnut, and has a dark green
           head and neck. The ruddy sheldrake, or Braminy duck
           ({Casarca rutila}), and the white-winged sheldrake
           ({Casarca leucoptera}), are related Asiatic species.
           [1913 Webster]
     2. Any one of the American mergansers.
        [1913 Webster]
     Note: The name is also loosely applied to other ducks, as the
           canvasback, and the shoveler.
           [1913 Webster]

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

  Merganser \Mer*gan"ser\, n. [Sp. merg['a]nsar, fr. mergo a diver
     (L. mergus, fr. mergere to dip, dive) + ['a]nsar goose, L.
     anser.] (Zool.)
     Any bird of the genus {Mergus} ({Merganser}), and allied
     genera of the subfamily Merginae. They are allied to the
     ducks, but have a sharply serrated bill, eat fish, and dive
     for food. Also called {fish duck}.
     [1913 Webster +PJC]
     Note: The red-breasted merganser ({Merganser serrator})
           inhabits both hemispheres. It is called also {sawbill},
           {harle}, and {sheldrake}. The American merganser
           ({Merganser Americanus}.) and the hooded merganser
           ({Lophodytes cucullatus}) are well-known species.
     {White merganser}, the smew or white nun.
        [1913 Webster]

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

      n 1: large crested fish-eating diving duck having a slender
           hooked bill with serrated edges [syn: {merganser}, {fish
           duck}, {sawbill}, {sheldrake}]
      2: Old World gooselike duck slightly larger than a mallard with
         variegated mostly black-and-white plumage and a red bill

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