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This is the answer page to the English-Malay dictionary from pgoh13 dotcom.
Malay dictionaries/language books available on the market.
Malay to English Dictionary

 English-Malay Dictionary (answer page) 

To report a missing word  


Four points to remember when using the dictionary:
    1. Type the British spelling, NOT the American spelling
         (eg. "colour" not "color", "aesthetic" not "esthetic")
    2. Type -ize NOT -ise for verbs
         (eg. "criticize" not "criticise")
    3. DON'T type the hyphen
         (eg. "highhanded" not "high-handed")
    4. Countries, months, etc. must start with a CAPITAL letter eg. "America", "February", "Wednesday". Same for acronyms eg. "PDA" not "pda".
Please note that scientific and technical terms are beyond the scope of this dictionary but common idiomatic phrases or expressions are given (see the word "take" for an example).
If a common word is not found, please see that it is correctly typed. Thus typing "berzerk" instead of "berserk" will not give you an answer.
Principal sources of reference: (1) Kamus Dewan edisi keempat and Kamus Inggeris-Melayu Dewan. I have used them as guidelines in the compilation of this online dictionary (especially the former if there is any doubt over the spelling of a Malay word eg. automatik instead of otomatik).
Grateful thanks to Ian D. Miller, a volunteer with for online help with the php script in its initial stages.