Translations into Khmer:
- ប្រកប(Verb )to compose a wordTo say the letters that make up a word, one after the other.
to work in place of someone
indefinite period of time
(transitive, figuratively, with “out”) To clarify; to explain in detail. [from 20th c.]
period of illness, outburst of bad spirits
(obsolete) Speech, discourse. [8th-15th c.]
(cricket) An uninterrupted series of alternate overs bowled by a single bowler. [from 20th c.]
magical effect of such incantation
figuratively, to clarify
(transitive, figuratively) To indicate that (some event) will occur. [from 19th c.]
A shift (of work); a set of workers responsible for a specific turn of labour. [from 16th c.]
A magical effect or influence induced by an incantation or formula. [from 16th c.]
(obsolete) To speak, to declaim. [9th-16th c.]
to indicate that some future event will occur
(US) A period of illness, or sudden interval of bad spirits, disease etc. [from 19th c.]
A words or formula supposed to have magical powers.
(transitive, sometimes with “out”) To write or say the letters that form a word or part of a word. [from 16th c.]
to write or say the letters that form a word
A period of rest; time off. [from 19th c.]
A relatively short period of time of indeterminate length.
(transitive, obsolete) To read (something) as though letter by letter; to peruse slowly or with effort. [from 14th c.]
(transitive) To work in place of (someone).
An indefinite period of time (usually with some qualifying word). [from 18th c.]
Words or a formula supposed to have magical powers. [from 16th c.]
(transitive) Of letters: to compose (a word). [from 19th c.]
A period of (work or other activity). [from 18th c.]
(transitive) To rest (someone or something).
(also suffix) continuation (in time and space)
(dialectal) A splinter, usually of wood.