Definición de Indonesian en inglés:

Indonesian

Saltos de línea: Indo|nes¦ian
Pronunciación: /ɪndəˈniːzɪən
 
, -ʒ(ə)n/

adjetivo

Relating to Indonesia, Indonesians, or their languages.
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  • And it fills a gap in the available Indonesian language resource materials.
  • The Indonesian language needed to be spread to the population and to be developed into the real language of the people.
  • It is a pity that the article appears in the Post and not in an Indonesian language paper so that more people would be able to read it.

sustantivo

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1A native or inhabitant of Indonesia.
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  • Most teachers in the National Plus schools are Indonesians with a small number of expatriate teachers.
  • This historical perspective is once again an issue of relevance to Indonesians and Indonesian art today.
  • About half the number were Australian, with Britons and Indonesians being among the other casualties.
2 [mass noun] The group of Austronesian languages, closely related to Malay, which are spoken in Indonesia and neighbouring islands.
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  • What was wrong with keeping official Indonesian, the language of the region and the one in which a whole generation of East Timorese had been educated?
2.1 another term for Bahasa Indonesia.
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  • Whilst we were in Indonesia we spoke to a great number of Indonesians in English as well as in Indonesian.
  • Training last Sunday was really funny, because the coach and I spoke Chinese, the Filipinos spoke English and the Indonesians spoke Indonesian.
  • I can do it - I have Tagalog-speaking friends, and I think I could get access to someone who speaks Indonesian.

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