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conditional response interference attributed to somnilaguism

Malay translation: gangguan gerak balas bersyarat disebabkan mengigau/somnilaguisme

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English term or phrase:conditional response interference attributed to somnilaguism
Malay translation:gangguan gerak balas bersyarat disebabkan mengigau/somnilaguisme
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08:43 Apr 18, 2001
English to Malay translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents
English term or phrase: conditional response interference attributed to somnilaguism
"state of being or reaction to a condition"
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gangguan gerak balas bersyarat disebabkan mengigau/somnilaguisme
Explanation:
OK, this took some checking :)

conditional response = gerak balas bersyarat
interference = gangguan
attributed to = disebabkan
somnilaguism = mengigau/somnilaguisme

Today, I have learned a new word, thanks to you :)
If you're looking for a Malay word that actually explains/describes "somnilaguism" in Malay, it would be "mengigau".

The "isme" at the ending of "somnilaguisme" is a common way of translating words with "ism" at the end while retaining the original English term (other examples: "mechanism", "fascism", "nepotism"). However, it probably does not do a very good job of giving a Malay equivalent or explaining what the word means in Malay.
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xxxA-MMI
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Local time: 18:59
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terima kasih. I "agak-agak" it something to do with sleep, but not sure. "mengigau" fit the context.
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Summary of answers provided
nagangguan gerak balas bersyarat disebabkan mengigau/somnilaguismexxxA-MMI
naGangguan tindak balas bersyarat berpunca dari somnilaguisme.
rkaru
naGangguan tindak balas bersyarat berpunca dari .....
rkaru


  

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1 hr
Gangguan tindak balas bersyarat berpunca dari .....


Explanation:
Is somnilaguism a valid English word? I can't find it even in Merriam-Webster's.


    Reference: http://www.m-w.com/cgi-bin/dictionary
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1 hr
Gangguan tindak balas bersyarat berpunca dari somnilaguisme.


Explanation:
If somnilaguism is a valid English word, the Malay term for it would be somnilaguisme.


    Merriam-webster's Online Dictionary.
    Translation Dictionary - Ainon/Abdullah
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12 hrs
gangguan gerak balas bersyarat disebabkan mengigau/somnilaguisme


Explanation:
OK, this took some checking :)

conditional response = gerak balas bersyarat
interference = gangguan
attributed to = disebabkan
somnilaguism = mengigau/somnilaguisme

Today, I have learned a new word, thanks to you :)
If you're looking for a Malay word that actually explains/describes "somnilaguism" in Malay, it would be "mengigau".

The "isme" at the ending of "somnilaguisme" is a common way of translating words with "ism" at the end while retaining the original English term (other examples: "mechanism", "fascism", "nepotism"). However, it probably does not do a very good job of giving a Malay equivalent or explaining what the word means in Malay.


    kamus dewan, webster's world, istilah fisiologi, britannica, kamus times
xxxA-MMI
Malaysia
Local time: 18:59
Native speaker of: Malay
PRO pts in pair: 209
Grading comment
terima kasih. I "agak-agak" it something to do with sleep, but not sure. "mengigau" fit the context.
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