Bahasa Malaysia

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Baha′sa Malay′sia

the form of Malay used as the official language of Malaysia.
Also called Baha′sa Ma′lay.
[< Malay: Malaysian language]
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Noun1.Bahasa Malaysia - the Malay language spoken in MalaysiaBahasa Malaysia - the Malay language spoken in Malaysia
Malay - a western subfamily of Western Malayo-Polynesian languages
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In his neatly pressed white polo shirt, he greeted the crowd in French, English and Bahasa Malaysia and began his talk on social entrepreneurship.
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Selected latest Korean dramas will be available subtitled in English after 8 hours of their Korean premiere and in Bahasa Malaysia within 24 hours, to provide a fresh and localised experience to consumers.
Chan is fluent in over half-a-dozen languages including English, Bahasa Malaysia, Bahasa Indonesia, Tagalog, Chinese (Mandarin, Cantonese, Hokkien, Fuzhou, Hakka Teochew) and French.
Said to come from the southern part of India, Kalinga during spice trade, the Chitty speaks Bahasa Malaysia in their daily conservation but still retain their religion, which is hinduism.
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The findings revealed that the employers were satisfied with the graduate architects' teamwork skills, and communication skills in 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.
There was a greater achievement gap: Students were several years behind in Bahasa Malaysia, our national language.
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.
Supporting the Bahasa Malaysia language, Dragon Dictation and Dragon Search provide iOS consumers with the ability to quickly and easily dictate SMS text messages, emails, social media updates, mobile Web searches and more, up to five times faster than typing.