Here are some adjectives in Thai with their English meaning that will help you when describing things. If you want to emphasize that quality or that there was a lot of it, simply add “mak” to the end of the word. Example, “suay mak” means very beautiful.
You can also make a comparison to another object by adding “mahk gwah,” which mean more than, or “noi gwah,” which means less than. Example, “suay mak gwah” means more beautiful than __________. If you don’t add another object to compare to, it means more beautiful than before.
Beautiful/ ugly suay/ nah-gliat
Better/ worse dee gwah/ lay-o gwah
Big/ small yai/ lek
Cheap/ expensive took/ pang
Early/ late chao/ sai
Easy/ difficult ngai/ yahk
Fast/ slow ray-o/ chah
Free/ occupied wahng/ mai wahng
Full/ empty dtem/ wahng