Bahasa Melayu

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Bahasa Me·la·yu

(mə-lā′yo͞o, -lä′-)
See Malay.

[Malay bahasa Melayu, Malay language : bahasa, speech, language (from Sanskrit bhāṣā) + Melayu, Malay.]
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Noun1.Bahasa Melayu - the Malay language spoken in MalaysiaBahasa Melayu - the Malay language spoken in Malaysia
Malay - a western subfamily of Western Malayo-Polynesian languages
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The Dental Identification Record Checklist can be accessed in the following languages here: English, Arabic, Bahasa Melayu, Deutsch, Portuguese, Italiano, Dansk, Espanol, Greek, Norsk, Japanese, Mandarin, Hindi, Polski.
Both also said that some of the NGOs that have frequent government consultations such as The Tamil Foundation Malaysia is not truly representative of the grassroots Indians who are against the implementation of khat in vernacular school Bahasa Melayu textbooks.
The original English-language versions of the instruments (detailed below) were translated into Bahasa Melayu by a bilingual speaker and then back-translated into English by a second bilingual who did not participate in the initial translation.
The bahasa melayu version of cornell musculoskeletal discomfort questionnaire (CMDQ): reliability and validity study in Malaysia.
In this ILCA, the Orang Asli pupils will play based on stages in Bahasa Melayu literacy, which comprises twelve constructs with eleven interactive chess board.
It is a bilingual web application, in English and Bahasa Melayu. The web-based learning application allows users to learn all the 26 letters of the alphabet (Figure 1).
Languages of Presentation: The official languages of the Conference will be English, Bahasa Melayu and Bahasa Indonesia.
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However, Singaporeans now speak English and an Asian language, usually Mandarin, Bahasa Melayu, or Tamil, and they can act as connectors between English-speaking nations and Asian countries such as China and India.
(1) In Malaysian Borneo the situation is further complicated by the state's rigid specification of ethnic groups: in order to be formally recognized as Malay in Malaysia a person must follow Islam, practice Malay culture, and speak bahasa Melayu.