How to say medium in Thai: Klang

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How to say medium in Thai: Klang

Learning Thai for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say medium in Thai: Klang
Say it out loud: “glaang

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Some more helpful words in our Thai Size/Amount category:

enough – Pho Laeo  (paw lay-oh)
extra large – Yai Thi Sut  (yai TEE soot)
large – Yai  (yai)
less – Noi Kwa  (noi gwah)
medium – Klang  (glaang)
more / plus – Phiset  (pee set)
small – Lek  (lek)

And here’s how to say medium in other languages!

Arabic–Motawaset  (mo ta wa set)
Chinese–Zhōng  (Jong)
Croatian–srednji  (sred nyee)
Czech–střední  (shtred nee)
Finnish–keskikokoinen  (que ski coh coh in ehn)
French–Moyen  (moy yah)
German–mittel  (mitt uhl)
Italian–medio  (meh dee oh)
Japanese–Midiamu  (Mee Dee Am)
Korean–Jung  (Joong)
Polish–średni  (shre' dnee)
Portuguese–Médio  (meh zhee-oo)
Russian–sredniy  (srye dneey)
Spanish–mediano  (med ee ah no)
Swahili–kati  (kah tee)
Thai–Klang  (glaang)
Turkish–orta  (or tah)
Vietnamese–Vừa  (Vu-Uh)

On that hot afternoon, your thirst knows no bounds. That is why you will need a "medium" (Klang) Coca Cola, or your favorite thirst quenching drink.

What to know the names of other drink or food sizes in Thai? Get instant access to the Thai Language Set.

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Biography: Ross has been a photographer and designer in Chiang Mai, Thailand for over three years, working on development issues and with refugees from Myanmar. He's traveled extensively throughout Southeast Asia, enjoying the food, languages, people and breathtaking landscapes.
Location: Chiang Mai, Thailand

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