English to Thai Meaning of tout - ผู้ดึงลูกค้า

Tout :

โบรกเกอร์, ตัวแทน, ผู้ดึงลูกค้า, คนกลาง, ตัวกลาง, ผู้ร้อง, นักสืบ, สอดแนม, หมา, หมาล่าเนื้อ, ตำรวจ

จับตา, ผู้ดึงลูกค้า, ดู, ตา, ไกล่เกลี่ย, สอดแนม

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Definitions of tout in English
Noun(1) someone who buys tickets to an event in order to resell them at a profit(2) someone who advertises for customers in an especially brazen way(3) one who sells advice about gambling or speculation (especially at the racetrack
Verb(1) advertize in strongly positive terms(2) show off
Examples of tout in English
(1) Choosing what's right for you can be a difficult task, and almost all sites will tout their wares as the strongest Salvia available.(2) Three months later, he agreed to become a tout in return for the FBI paying his air fares and expenses in Ireland.(3) Lagging behind, he bought a $2 tip sheet from a racetrack tout , who told him for five bucks he would ÔÇÿmark all the winners.ÔÇÖ(4) le tout Washington adored him(5) In Dungiven in County Londonderry in the 1970s I was told to respond to a tout who was on the run.(6) Hawkers tout their wares, housewives haggle and workmen of Venice's last working boat yard scrub barnacles from the bottoms of slender craft.(7) You know, it's easy for people, oh, he's a tout and informer.(8) In two of the cases, the men declared that the tout had entered a public house where they were drinking, had handed them the watches as free gifts and had even treated them to beer as an extra inducement to accept the gift.(9) Surely, for those who are interested in pornography, the real thing is readily available, and in abundance, along several major streets, where VCD vendors tout their tasteless wares openly for passers-by.(10) ÔÇÿI went into the castle with Dave Neligan to spot an ex-serviceman who was supposed to be a tout for the British,ÔÇÖ Tim Kennedy recalled.(11) A handful of profiteers, cashing in on this occasion to barter superstition, are ready to tout articles relating to funerals.(12) You must get lost like everyone else in the covered bazaar and be picked up by a charming tout who will show you the Bey's bed and the view from the rooftops.(13) Having inflicted a 15th place Kentucky Derby finisher on Out of Left Field readers, this chastened tout will perform the public service of not tipping any horse in the Preakness.(14) After a two-month trial, a former racetrack tout and his former accountant were found guilty of conspiracy to defraud people who invested in a racing syndicate.(15) ÔÇÿThis is no better than the tout on the street selling tickets at inflated prices on the black market,ÔÇÖ he said.(16) Maybe they should have Gough out on the doorsteps as a pitchman, dodging the election canvassers to personally tout the club's wares.
Related Phrases of tout
(1) tout court ::
(2) tout de suite ::
tout ชุดเด
(3) tout a fait ::
tout fait
1. tipster ::
2. ticket tout ::
3. touter ::
4. peddle ::
5. solicit ::
6. recommend ::
7. bluster ::
1. knock ::
2. pan ::
3. slam ::
Different Forms
tout, touted, touting, touts
Word Example from TV Shows
Yet another reason
to get out of here
tout fuckin' suite.

Yet another reason to get out of here TOUT fuckin' suite.

Westworld Season 2, Episode 5

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