How to say no ice in Thai: Mai Ao Nam Khaeng


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How to say no ice in Thai: Mai Ao Nam Khaeng

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To say no ice in Thai: Mai Ao Nam Khaeng
Say it out loud: “MAI ao nahm keng

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Some more helpful words in our Thai Drinks category:

...a glass of – ... Nueng Kaeo   (... noong GAY-oh)
...a liter of – ... Nueng Lit  (... noong leet) – Bia  (bee-ah) wine – Wai Daeng/Khao  (wai deng/kao)
bottled water – Nam Plao Khuat  (nahm plao koo-aht)
carbonated water – Nam Soda  (nahm so dah)
coffee / tea – Kafae/Cha  (gah feh/chah)
hot water – Nam Ron  (nahm rawn)
no ice – Mai Ao Nam Khaeng  (MAI ao nahm keng)
water – Nam Plao  (nahm plao)
… a bottle of – ... Nueng Khuat  (... noong koo -aht)
….house wine – Wai Thammada  (wai tahm ah dah)

And here’s how to say no ice in other languages!

Arabic–La Galeed  (la ga leed)
Chinese–Búyào Bīng  (Boo Yao Bing)
Croatian–bez leda  (bez lay dah)
Czech–bez ledu  (bez leh doo)
Finnish–ei jäitä  (ay yai tah)
French–pas de glace  (pah doo glass)
German–kein eis  (kine ice)
Italian–senza ghiaccio  (sen zuh gee ah koh)
Japanese–Koori Nashi  (Kow Ree Nah Shee)
Korean–Eoreum Eopsi  (Uh Reum Up Shi)
Polish–bez lodu  (bez lo' doo)
Portuguese–Sem Gelo  (sehm zheh loo)
Russian–bez l'da  (bye zohl dah)
Spanish–sin hielo  (seen yay' lo)
Swahili–bila barafu  (bee lah bah rah foo)
Thai–Mai Ao Nam Khaeng  (MAI ao nahm keng)
Turkish–hayır buz  (hi year boos)
Vietnamese–Không Đá  (Khom Da)

Ice or "no ice" (Mai Ao Nam Khaeng) with your drink? In cold climates, you will not want "no ice" (Mai Ao Nam Khaeng), and the opposite is true for hot climates. Now that you know how to say it in Thai, get instant access to the Thai Language Set for more phrases and enjoy a night out.


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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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