Word: Exhaustion (Noun)Meaning:

Meaning : 


A state of extreme physical or mental fatigue, often resulting from prolonged exertion or stress.



  1. He was suffering from extreme exhaustion and was totally run down. (เขากำลังปวดหัวจากความเหนื่อยล้าอย่างรุนแรงและเหนื่อยล้าอย่างสิ้นเชิง)
  2. She collapsed with exhaustion after working long hours. (เธอพังลงจากความเหนื่อยล้าหลังจากทำงานหลายชั่วโมง)
  3. Running a marathon on a hot day often results in exhaustion. (วิ่งมาราธอนในวันที่ร้อนอาจทำให้เกิดความเหนื่อยล้า)
  4. The expedition team was ill with exhaustion and had no strength left. (ทีมสำรวจป่วยจากความเหนื่อยล้าและไม่มีแรงเหลืออีกต่อไป)


Synonyms: fatigue, weariness, tiredness, burnout, depletion

Antonyms: energy, vitality, freshness, vigor, alertness

Word family:

Word family:

  • Exhaust (Verb) - ทำให้เหนื่อย, ใช้หมด
  • Exhausted (Adjective) - เหนื่อยมาก, ที่ใช้หมด
  • Exhaustively (Adverb) - อย่างละเอียดถี่ถ้วน, อย่างที่สุด
  • Exhaustive (Adjective) - ละเอียดถี่ถ้วน, ครอบคลุม
  • Exhaustion (Noun) - ความเหนื่อย, ความขาดสุญหาย
  • Exhaustible (Adjective) - ที่ใช้หมดได้, ที่สามารถหมดได้

Exhaust ( Click )

  • Part of Speech: Verb / Noun
  • Definition (Verb): To use up or consume completely; to drain or deplete a resource, such as energy, supplies, or patience.
  • Definition (Noun): The process of expelling gases or substances from an engine, system, or area.
  • Usage (Verb): The long hike exhausted her energy.
  • Usage (Noun): The car's exhaust emitted harmful fumes into the environment.


  • Part of Speech: Adjective
  • Definition: Capable of being used up, depleted, or exhausted; not limitless.
  • Usage: Fossil fuels are exhaustible resources, and their supply is finite.


  • Part of Speech: Noun
  • Definition: A person who advocates or believes in the exhaustion of resources, especially in an economic or environmental context.
  • Usage: The exhaustionist argued that the planet's natural resources were being depleted at an unsustainable rate.


  • Part of Speech: Adjective
  • Definition: Covering all possible details, aspects, or items; thorough and comprehensive to the point of leaving nothing out.
  • Usage: The exhaustive study of the subject included extensive research and analysis.


  • Part of Speech: Adverb
  • Definition: In a thorough and comprehensive manner; leaving no detail or aspect unexamined.
  • Usage: The report was exhaustively researched and documented.

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