sayang

English translation: to love; "what a waste"

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Malay term or phrase:sayang
English translation:to love; "what a waste"
Entered by: Ramona Ali

21:34 Sep 9, 2000
Malay to English translations [Non-PRO]
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Malay term or phrase: sayang
need meaning and context for the malay word "sayang"
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"to love" or "what a waste"
Explanation:
Direct meaning is the verb "love", e.g. to love someone or something.

In another context, it is used as an expression to show regret, similar to saying "what a waste".
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na"to love" or "what a waste"
Ramona Ali


  

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"to love" or "what a waste"


Explanation:
Direct meaning is the verb "love", e.g. to love someone or something.

In another context, it is used as an expression to show regret, similar to saying "what a waste".


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Ramona Ali
Local time: 14:53
Native speaker of: Native in MalayMalay
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