Bahasa


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Synonyms for Bahasa

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

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It is generally in Bahasa Malaysia and covers approximately 200 to 300 sign language words.
Alfred van de Pol, COO of Locanto, said the company's move to offer Locanto in Bahasa Indonesia, "makes sense, as we are strong in other Asian markets such as India, Singapore and Malaysia.
com/Ramadan is appearing worldwide starting from Thursday, and it appears with five languages: Arabic, English, Turkish, Bahasa Indonesia and Bahasa Malaysia.
The bank has launched its first multilingual mobile banking app, PB engage, which provides services in three languages, Bahasa Malaysia, English and Chinese.
What makes it even better is that this service is available in 10 languages (English, Arabic, Bahasa Indonesia, Bengali, French, Spanish, Sinhala, Tamil, Vietnamese) and is absolutely free.
The editorial of the inaugural issue in July 1948 of a new magazine called Pembina Bahasa Indonesia (Builder of the Indonesian Language) stated that 'Among the changes that are clearly visible, that have been brought by the last six years, no one could have expected the progress of the Indonesian language.
Various officials from the Dewan Bahasa dan Pus taka were present at the Brunei International Airport on 18 December to welcome AH Abdul Aziz on his return to his homeland.
Most money changers in these shops are well-versed in the languages used in the field of currency exchange, and able to communicate numbers in Bahasa Indonesia, French, Persian, Urdu and English.
The app supports English, Bahasa Indonesia, Chinese (Traditional), Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Thai, Turkish and Vietnamese.
At Jiwa Spa, or 'soul' in Bahasa Indonesia, the luxury resort has launched Just On Juice, a seven-day personalised experience that harnesses the benefits of the island's home-grown fruits.
It aims to promote and increase the interest in the Bahasa language and culture of Indonesia among young people.
It is currently available in 6 languages including Arabic; American and UK English, Hindi and Bahasa Malaysian.
The move, combined with the expected launch of the Bahasa Indonesia news site and the publication of the WSJ.
It also offers a bachelor of ministry programme in conjunction with the Malaysia Bible Seminary, a programme started in 2008 in the Bahasa Malaysia language, and in collaboration with ATTI, Batu Balang, Indonesia.