Bahasa Indonesia

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Synonyms for Bahasa Indonesia

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

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Because of similarities between the three languages, Luistro believes it will be easier for Filipinos to learn Bahasa Indonesia and Bahasa Malayu.
They drafted their dissertations in Dutch, English, German, and even (with special permission from the university) Bahasa Indonesia.
To learn culture and language is beneficial for both the countries, and by learning Bahasa Indonesia, one can communicate not only with the 240 million Indonesians but also with more than 100 million people in other six countries, namely Brunei, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand (Southern part), the Philippines (Southern part) and East Timor.
Agung Yudhawiranata, Program Coordinator and Bahasa Indonesia Editor, explains: "Because of the change in peoples' schedules, there is an effect on business.
It was the success of bahasa Indonesia as a national language that gave rise to the informal variety.
Though I am told that the Sanskrit- origin words in Indonesia's official language, Bahasa Indonesia, may not mean the same thing that they do in the Sanskrit language itself.
Languages: Portuguese, Tetum (official languages); English, Bahasa Indonesia (working languages).
The centre is staffed to manage more than 5m transactions annually in English, Bahasa Malaysia, Thai, Mandarin, Cantonese and Bahasa Indonesia.
The beta version of Mail on Ovi will roll out globally in December 2008 in 12 languages, including English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, German, Hindi, Bengali, Tagalog, Bahasa Indonesia and Bahasa Malaysia on all currently shipping Nokia Series 40 devices.
Such exchanges should include programs to promote the teaching of Bahasa Indonesia (Indonesia's national language) in the curriculum of schools in Timor Leste from the primary level,'' the report said.
This is a full English translation from the original Bahasa Indonesia, and comprehensive notes along with an introduction to the issues raised in the Congress, the women and organizations who participated, and the outcomes, which eventually included the introduction of Indonesian Women's Day.
In both Malay and Bahasa Indonesia 'Peranakan' means 'descendants'.
Mostly, they speak Bahasa Indonesia, the official language of the country.
Western Union staff speak the languages of Asia: Bahasa Indonesia, Tagalog, Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Thai, Hindi, Korean and Japanese.