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tak putus dirundung arbitrase

English translation: never stop being beset by unrelenting arbitrations, attacked through arbitration, besieged by arbitration

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Indonesian term or phrase:tak putus dirundung arbitrase
English translation:never stop being beset by unrelenting arbitrations, attacked through arbitration, besieged by arbitration
Entered by: mockingbird (X)

09:54 Apr 11, 2005
Indonesian to English translations [PRO]
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Indonesian term or phrase: tak putus dirundung arbitrase
untuk sebuah judul artikel.

konteks: pemerintah Indonesia yang selalu dituntut ke pengadilan arbitrase.
mockingbird (X)
dogged by arbitration
Explanation:
tak putus dirundung = dogged by
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Muhammad Zikri
Indonesia
Local time: 19:57
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other option: dogged by
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Muhammad Zikri


  

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dogged by arbitration


Explanation:
tak putus dirundung = dogged by

Muhammad Zikri
Indonesia
Local time: 19:57
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Native speaker of: Native in IndonesianIndonesian
PRO pts in category: 14
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