Decoded Slug: หมด (mòt) - All/End

Thai Grammar Point
หมด (mòt) - All/End

หมด (mòt) - All/End

Short explanation:

The word 'หมด' which signifies the end or completeness of something.

Formation:

Statement + หมด

Examples:

เขา กิน ข้าว แล้ว เขา ก็ หมด แรง ขึ้น จาก เตียง
Khao gin khao laeo khao koe mot raeng kheun jak tiang
He ate food and then he was all out of energy to get up from the bed.
ฉัน เดินทาง มา กรุงเทพฯ ใน เวลา หมด สอง ชั่วโมง
Chan deun-thang ma krung-thep nai we-laa mot song chua-mong
I traveled to Bangkok in less than two hours.
ฉัน อ่าน หนังสือ หมด แล้ว
Chan an nang-sue mot laeo
I have finished reading the book.
ผม มี กระเป๋าเงิน หมด
Phom mee gra-peo ngern mot
I have spent all my money.

Long explanation:

'หมด (mòt)' is a common word in the Thai language and can mean 'all' or 'end'. It is often used to indicate the completion or the end of something. It can be used with a variety of nouns to indicate that everything has been used or that an event or action has finished. As well as this, 'หมด' can also mean 'all' in the sense that everything of a particular noun is included. Typically, the noun that 'หมด' refers to will come before 'หมด' in the sentence, although this is not always the case.
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