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Bahasa Malaysia

Definitions

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

  • noun the Malay language spoken in Malaysia

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Generally, however, they converse in English, Bahasa Malaysia and Hokkien.

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  • As an added bonus, the movie will be aired in dual languages so viewers can choose between the dubbed Bahasa Malaysia version or the original English version with Bahasa Malaysia subtitles.

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  • It can be written in English, Bahasa Malaysia or even Manglish!

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  • As an added bonus, the movie will be aired in dual languages so viewers can choose between the dubbed Bahasa Malaysia version or the original English version with Bahasa Malaysia subtitles.

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  • Some of the many features that are enhanced in this latest version are: - ● Password recovery, ● Viewable history of status and project report, ● "Bahasa Malaysia" interface As an introduction to those who are new to MyMeeting, it is a web application specifically designed to help better manage your meetings and get more out of them.

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  • He learned Arabic while studying on a scholarship in Jordan, worked on his doctoral thesis at Cairo University, and learned Bahasa Malaysia while a professor at Malaysia's International Islamic University.

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  • His English is only slightly better than my Bahasa Malaysia, which means little more than just "thanks" and "hello."

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  • Everyone speaks Bahasa Malaysia and, informally, Manglish (Malaysian English).

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  • Today, multiethnic Malaysia debates whether to call its official language Bahasa Melayu (“the Malay language”) or Bahasa Malaysia (“the Malaysian language”).

    ASIAN BUSINESS CUSTOMS & MANNERS

  • Today, multiethnic Malaysia debates whether to call its official language Bahasa Melayu (“the Malay language”) or Bahasa Malaysia (“the Malaysian language”).

    ASIAN BUSINESS CUSTOMS & MANNERS

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