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การท่องเที่ยว, ท่องเที่ยว are the top translations of "jaunt" into Thai. Sample translated sentence: It's a fair old jaunt to Dublin. ↔ เธอเดินทางไปดับลินน่ะ

(archaic) A wearisome journey. [..]

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Jaunt translate to Thai meanings: การเดินทางสั้น ๆ . In other words, การเดินทางสั้น ๆ in Thai is Jaunt in English. Click to pronunce

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Meaning of Jaunt in Thai language is: การเดินทางสั้น ๆ .

Other words in Thai

  • Jaunt: การเดินทางสั้น ๆ.
  • Jauntily: อย่างง่ายดาย.
  • Jauntiness: ความร่าเริง.
  • Jaunts: ล่อ.
  • Jaunty: ร่าเริง.
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The standard way to write "Jaunt" in Thai is: การเดินทางสั้น ๆ

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Definition of jaunt noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

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English [ edit ]

Etymology [ edit ].

Origin uncertain. Perhaps a palatalised alteration of daunt ( “ to discourage ” ) . Compare Scots jaunder ( “ to ramble, jaunt to taunt, jeer ” ) , dialectal Swedish ganta ( “ to play the buffoon, romp, jest ” ) ; perhaps akin to English jump . Compare jaunce . Modern usage likely influenced by jaunty .

Pronunciation [ edit ]

  • IPA ( key ) : /ˈd͡ʒɔːnt/
  • ( some accents ) IPA ( key ) : /ˈdʒɑːnt/
  • Rhymes: -ɔːnt , -ɑːnt

Noun [ edit ]

jaunt ( plural jaunts )

  • 1671 , John Milton , “The Fourth Book”, in Paradise Regain’d. A Poem. In IV Books. To which is Added, Samson Agonistes , London: [ … ] J. M [ acock ] for John Starkey   [ … ] , →OCLC : Our Savior, meek, and with untroubled mind After his aëry jaunt , though hurried sore. Hungry and cold, betook him to his rest.
  • 1597 , William Shakespeare , Romeo & Juliet : Fie, what a jaunt have I had.
  • 1902 , John Buchan, The Outgoing of the Tide : Some days later it happened that young Heriotside was stepping home over the Lang Muir about ten at night, it being his first jaunt from home since his arm had mended.

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jaunt ( third-person singular simple present jaunts , present participle jaunting , simple past and past participle jaunted )

  • ( intransitive ) To ramble here and there; to stroll ; to make an excursion .
  • ( intransitive ) To ride on a jaunting car .
  • 1818 , Cobbett's Weekly Political Register : To get into a Grecian car, and to be drawn, with Minerva at his back [ … ] four or five miles through the streets of London‥after having quietly suffered himself to be jaunted about in this manner
  • ( obsolete ) To tire a horse by riding it hard or back and forth.

Derived terms [ edit ]

  • jaunting car

References [ edit ]

Anagrams [ edit ].

  • jantu , junta

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a short journey, especially one taken for pleasure.

to make a short journey.

Origin of jaunt

Other words from jaunt.

  • jaunt·ing·ly, adverb

Words Nearby jaunt

  • jaunting car

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How to use jaunt in a sentence

If you don’t have a pet, lockdown without constant potty breaks or jaunts through the neighborhood can be even more contained.

A casual jaunt over to Mars no longer seems like a fantastical vision statement.

Doctors immediately criticized the jaunt outside Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, saying the president had put everyone inside the vehicle at risk.

Because I want the ability to leave my iPhone, and all its distractions, at home during my neighborhood jaunts.

As we’ll see, their union targets automating the elaborate dance between lenders and lawyers that turns what’s now a long journey into a digital jaunt .

I went back while Lorne [Michaels] was on his 5-year jaunt in the wilderness, and Ebersol was producing.

No flight is ever allowed to take off without a safety demonstration, and this jaunt is no different.

Our driver for our weekend jaunt into the mountains was right out of central casting.

They even tacked an extra day onto the jaunt , playing hooky that Tuesday.

There is no reason to think that Palin's jaunt abroad will be any more successful.

Their journeyings were on the scale of a jaunt to Switzerland as compared with Mr. Norman's.

Usually when on a shooting jaunt of several hours from camp several porters go along to carry home the game.

I think we'll go for a jaunt , if you're ready, as the light falls quickly here.

This has been a long excursus, and we must get back to our jaunt on the plain.

“Why, this might be an up-the-river jaunt ,” said Denham, as the appetising daintiness of each article of food revealed itself.

British Dictionary definitions for jaunt

/ ( dʒɔːnt ) /

a short pleasurable excursion; outing

(intr) to go on such an excursion

Derived forms of jaunt

  • jauntingly , adverb

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jaunt Definition

a short excursion or journey for pleasure.

Using jaunt: Examples

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We took a jaunt to the beach for the day.

He went on a jaunt through the countryside.

She enjoyed a jaunt around the city on her bike.

jaunt Synonyms and Antonyms

Synonyms for jaunt, idioms using jaunt, take a hike.

go away; leave

I don't want to hear your complaints anymore. Just take a hike!

hit the road

to begin a journey or leave a place

It's getting late, so we should hit the road if we want to make it to the next town before dark.

constantly busy or active

She's always on the go, running from one meeting to the next.

Phrases with jaunt

an instance of driving a car or other vehicle in a reckless and exciting way, especially for enjoyment.

They took the car out for a joyride, speeding down the highway with the music blasting.

a journey or excursion completed in one day

We decided to take a day trip to the mountains and enjoy the scenery.

a long journey made on the road, typically in a car

They planned a road trip across the country, stopping at various landmarks along the way.

Origins of jaunt

from Middle French 'jante', meaning 'a horse's gait'

Summary: jaunt in Brief

The term 'jaunt' [dʒɔːnt] refers to a short journey or excursion taken for pleasure. It can be a day trip or a road trip, and is often associated with leisure activities such as sightseeing or hiking. Phrases like 'joyride' and 'road trip' are related to 'jaunt,' while idioms like 'take a hike' and 'hit the road' express the idea of leaving or beginning a journey.

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This seafood pad Thai is made with rock shrimp, scallops, and squid, and you can try any combination of seafood.  

Kale Pad Thai with Daikon Radish

All of the beloved flavors and textures of pad Thai are preserved in this dish, and as a bonus, it’s packed with greens and fresh herbs. Cookbook author Anya Kassoff combines soft rice noodles with crunchy fresh daikon strips for an interesting variation.

Tofu Pad Thai

Chef and writer Lara Lee's meatless pad Thai stars hearty, savory fresh oyster and shiitake mushrooms, which suffuse the dish with earthy flavor and combine beautifully with chewy noodles; golden-fried tofu; fresh, crisp bean sprouts; lightly spicy long red chiles; and crunchy peanuts.

Vegetable Pad Thai with Peas, Carrots, and Mushrooms

It's easy to vary this vegetable pad Thai as desired. Swap in snow peas or sugar snaps for the sweet peas, or add some julienned bell pepper in place of the carrots, for example.

Smoked Tofu Pad Thai

Smoked tofu and tamarind paste packs vegetarian pad Thai with extra pleasure.

Scallop Pad Thai

Make this delicious, 30-minute pad Thai with fresh bay scallops when they're in season in the late fall and winter.

Vegetarian Pad Thai

Make this meatless pad Thai with tender scrambled eggs. For even more protein, add some crispy tofu just before serving.

Quick Shrimp Pad Thai

Former senior F&W Test Kitchen editor Grace Parisi's great, fast version of American-style pad Thai with shrimp has an appealing combination of sweet, sour, and spicy flavors.

Pad Thai with Cashews

Sweet, tangy and spicy, this pad Thai hits a range of flavors. The cashews replace the traditional peanuts, a great alternative for those with peanut allergies.

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    JAUNT | definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary Meaning of jaunt in English jaunt noun [ C ] us / dʒɑːnt / uk / dʒɔːnt / Add to word list a short trip for pleasure, sometimes including a stay: a Sunday jaunt into the hills Synonyms excursion junket disapproving outing trip (TRAVEL) Compare expedition

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    a short journey for pleasure, sometimes including a stay: a Sunday jaunt into the hills Synonyms excursion junket disapproving outing trip (JOURNEY) Compare expedition SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases Journeys adventure break-journey carpool carpooling circumnavigation commuting expedition field trip grand tour junket layover move

  10. Jaunt Definition & Meaning

    ˈjänt Synonyms of jaunt 1 : a usually short journey or excursion undertaken especially for pleasure a weekend jaunt to the coast 2 archaic : a tiring trip jaunt 2 of 2 verb jaunted; jaunting; jaunts intransitive verb 1 : to make a usually short journey for pleasure 2 archaic : to trudge about Synonyms Noun excursion junket outing ramble sally

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    Meaning of Jauntj-au-nt | /ˈdʒɔːnt/ noun / verbA short pleasure trip. Sometimes includes a stayJaunt in a sentence:The family took a weekend jaunt and loved ...

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    jaunt: 1 n a journey taken for pleasure Synonyms: excursion , expedition , junket , outing , pleasure trip , sashay Types: airing a short excursion (a walk or ride) in the open air field trip a group excursion (to a museum or the woods or some historic place) for firsthand examination Type of: journey , journeying the act of traveling from one ...

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    jaunt (third-person singular simple present jaunts, present participle jaunting, simple past and past participle jaunted) ( intransitive) To ramble here and there; to stroll; to make an excursion. ( intransitive) To ride on a jaunting car. ( transitive, obsolete) To jolt; to jounce . 1818, Cobbett's Weekly Political Register:

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    acceptable or legitimate. sleepy; drowsy. pleasing to the taste; palatable. TAKE THE QUIZ TO FIND OUT Origin of jaunt 1 First recorded in 1560-70; origin uncertain Other words from jaunt jaunt·ing·ly, adverb Words Nearby jaunt jato jatropha jauk jaundice jaundiced

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    1. to take a short trip for pleasure noun 2. such a trip; excursion SIMILAR WORDS: trip Webster's New World College Dictionary, 4th Edition.

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    Summary: jaunt in Brief. The term 'jaunt' [dʒɔːnt] refers to a short journey or excursion taken for pleasure. It can be a day trip or a road trip, and is often associated with leisure activities such as sightseeing or hiking. Phrases like 'joyride' and 'road trip' are related to 'jaunt,' while idioms like 'take a hike' and 'hit the road ...

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    Define jaunt. jaunt synonyms, jaunt pronunciation, jaunt translation, English dictionary definition of jaunt. n. A short trip or excursion, usually for pleasure; an outing. intr.v. jaunt·ed , jaunt·ing , jaunts To make a short journey.

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    From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English jaunt /dʒɔːnt $ dʒɒːnt, dʒɑːnt/ noun [ countable] a short trip for pleasure a weekend jaunt Examples from the Corpus jaunt • This lunch-hour world tour ends with a jaunt to Baja. • And that's all we brought back from this expensive jaunt of ours, boy. • Again, I hear the smack of ...

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    (短途)旅行,遊覽;遠足 a Sunday jaunt into the hills 周日登山遠足 jaunt verb [ I usually + adv/prep ] uk / dʒɔːnt / us / dʒɑːnt / to go on a short journey for pleasure 作短途旅行 disapproving He's always jaunting off around the world on business trips, leaving his wife to cope with the babies by herself. 他總是到世界各地出差,留下他妻子獨力照顧小孩。

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    Synonyms for JAUNT: excursion, tour, outing, junket, sortie, expedition, walk, ramble, travel(s), journey

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