Published: Friday, 28 June 2019 06:07
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-I tried to reason with him, but even as I started to explain what had happened he stood up to leave.
-Even if you take a taxi, you'll still miss your train.
-I've thought about it so much, but even now I can't believe how lucky I was to survive the accident.
even then=และแล้ว,(but even then=แต่แล้ว)
-I gave Jim very clear instructions, but even then he managed to make a mess of it.
-I had a terrible headache, but even so I went to the concert.
-Even though he left school at 16, he still managed to become prime minister.
-She never cried – not even when she was badly hurt.
even(adj) = ราบเรียบ,แบนราบ,ในระนาบเดียวกัน
-We resurfaced the floor because it wasn't even.
-The paving slabs were not even, and Granny had a nasty fall.
even(adj) = ปกติ,ต่อเนื่อง
-Her breathing became slow and even, so I knew she was asleep.
even(adj) = เท่ากับ,เท่ากัน, เสมอ,เสมอๆ
-Both sides played well - it was a very even contest.
-If I were betting I'd take even money on United.
-The class has a pretty even mix of boys and girls.
even(adj) = เลขคู่
6 is an even number and 7 is an odd number.-
even(adv) = ยิ่งกว่า
-The traffic congestion in the city gets even worse during the summer.
even(adv) = (กรณีนี้ไม่ใช่คำแปล แต่ใช้เพื่อต้องการเน้นสิ่งใดสิ่งหนึ่งที่อาจจะไม่ได้คาดคิดไว้ หรือจะแปลว่า 'แม้' ก็ได้ในบางกรณี)
-Even smart people can make mistakes.
-Even with a good education, you need some common sense to get ahead.
even(adv) = (แม้)...ก็ตาม
-I find some of his habits somewhat unpleasant, disgusting even.
-She has always been very kind to me, even generous on occasion.
even(v) = ด้วย,เหมือนกัน(คล้ายๆ also)
-Sheila was awarded a scholarship in chemistry, and now her brother has evened the score with a scholarship in economics.
Cambridge Dictionary.(n.d.). Retrived 28th June, 2019 from https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/even.