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English - Indonesian
Word
Translated to:



walk
n. jalan-jalan.

walk
v. ~ over menang/mengalahkan dengan mudah (olah raga); ~out mogok; ~ around berjalan mengelilingi; ~ away pergi.

walk
v. mengantar.

walk
v. membawa.

walk
n. cara berjalan.

walk
v. berjalan kaki.

walk-in
n. kemenangan yang mudah diraih.

walk-on
n. pemain figuran yang hanya keluar/masuk suatu adegan.

walk-over
n. kemenangan yang mudah diraih.

walk-up
n. gedung tanpa lift.

walkaway
n. kemenangan yang mudah.

walker
n. alat bantu berjalan.

walker
n. pejalan kaki.

walkie-talkie
n. walkie-talkie; alat brek-brekkan.

walking
n. berjalan kaki; berjalan-jalan.

walking gentleman
n. pemain sandiwara (laki-laki) yang tak memegang peranan penting.

walking lady
n. pemain sandiwara (perempuan) yang tak memegang peranan penting.

walking-dress
n. pakaian untuk berjalan-jalan.

walking-stick
n. tongkat jalan.

walking-weather
n. cuaca baik untuk berjalan-jalan.

walkout
n. pemogokan

walkout
n. pemogokan.

walkover
n. kemenangan yang mudah diraih.

walkway
n. gang, tempat berjalan.

Indonesia & Inggris
Word
Translated to:



cangking
men- carry by the hand while walking

dudu
men~-~ (to swim (walk) exactly o. behind the other; to overtake, to pass (motor-cars)

engkang
meng~ to walk with o.'s legs wide apart

farsakh
a linear measure Persian mile, an hours walk)

gagau
ter~ walk gropingly

gondol
walk away with or win

hantu
ber~ to haunt; to walk (ghost); meng ~i to torment; to vex; to frighten; to obsess (thought; care)

hujan
ber~-~ to walk in the rain, to get a wetting; meng~i to rain upon, to overwhelm; meng~kan to let rain

jalan
1 road, path, street; 2 way; 3 course; ber~ walk; men~kan drive; ~an road, track; pe~ walker; per~an trip, tour; course

jamah
men~ to touch, to fumble, to grope, to feel, to walk out with, to live with (a woman); ~-~ an (female) servant (at the same time concubine)

jangkang
men ~ (to walk) with o.'s legs wide apart

jengkeng
men ~ to walk on tiptoe

jengket
ber ~, men ~ to walk on tiptoe

jingkat
ber~(-~), men~ stand or walk on tiptoes; ter~ be startled

jinjit
Ber ~ (- ~) to walk on tiptoe, to trip; men ~ to carry in o.'s hand; men ~ to take off (clothes), to pull out; to pull at

jobos
ter~, ke~ to walk into a trap

kaki
~ lima sidewalk

kangkang
meng~ to walk with legs wide apart

katimaha
kind of beautifully grained wood used for making kris sheaths and walking sticks

kedek
(ter) ~-~ to (walk) totter(ingly), stagger(ingly)

kedik
meng~ to bend backward, to walk with o.'s chest out

keléncér
(me)ng~, ~an take a walk, go on a tour

keliaran
ber~ to walk/about, to go

kelintar
(ber)~an walk or roam about, walk up and down or back and forth

kelintar
~ an to walk/about, to go, to go to and from

lalar
me~ to walk about aimlessly, to loiter, gadabout

lawalata
(colonial, Ambonese) ber~ trek on foot, walk a considerable distance

liar
berke ~ an (keliar) to walk around, to go

lonjak
me~ springy (elastic walk)

lurus
me~i walk straight along s.t.

mamai
to walk in o.'s sleep, sleep-walking

mandir
mundar ~ to walk (to go) to and fro

midar
to go about, to walk round

midar
walk

minggir
to walk on the side

mondar
mundar (mandir) to go (walk) about (round)

mundar-mandir
to go (walk) about, to patrol, to go (to walk) to and fro

muno
to keep silence, (will-less) to be a doormat, to let a.p. walk over o

ngeloyor
ngeloyor to walk about

ojok
meng ~ to walk stoopingly