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Bahasa Indonesia

Definitions

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the dialect of Malay used as the national language of the Republic of Indonesia or of Malaysia

Etymologies

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

[Indonesian, Indonesian language, from Sanskrit bhāṣā, speech, language.]

Examples

  • If you like podcast, I also have my own podcast station (in English, Bahasa Indonesia, even Javanese language!)

    Planet Terasi

  • Even today the language "Bahasa Indonesia" coexists along with many other languages or dialects in families among the Sudanese and Javanese in Java, the Balinese in Bali and many other islands.

    AGORAVOX - The Citizen Media

  • The ads are written in Bahasa Indonesia, a language understood by most of the country's estimated 45 million Internet users, but not supported by Google's similar advertising program, AdWords.

    Internet Sparks Business Growth in Indonesia

  • I met him early yesterday because he was kind enough to indulge the kindergarten-level Bahasa Indonesia I was trying to practice with the staff given how much my linguistic faculties have atrophied in the year and a half since I last lived in Asia.

    Zac Hill: Being Cool With Having Stuff: At-Least-Potentially Guilt-Free Super Bowl Cruising

  • The ads are written in Bahasa Indonesia, a language understood by most of the country's estimated 45 million Internet users, but not supported by Google's similar advertising program, AdWords.

    Internet Sparks Business Growth in Indonesia

  • I had Indonesian friends—I knew how gentle and refined those people are and I could speak Bahasa Indonesia.

    INVISIBLE

  • Sementara ini masih belum ada terjemahan dalam bentuk Bahasa Indonesia.

    Molecular Cloning, Kitab Biologi Molekuler – Netsains.Com

  • I have a busload of notes on my Bahasa Indonesia space dialect nicknamed B3.

    mikandra: *twiddles thumbs*

  • I had Indonesian friends—I knew how gentle and refined those people are and I could speak Bahasa Indonesia.

    INVISIBLE

  • I had Indonesian friends—I knew how gentle and refined those people are and I could speak Bahasa Indonesia.

    INVISIBLE

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