Bangras

b\Îs/
  • rude; speak rudely (Verb)
  • irritable (when speaking) (Adjective)
Andap
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Kasar
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Alus sor
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Alus mider
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Alus madya
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Alus singgih
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Mider
bangras
Bali dataran dialect
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Bali aga dialect
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Usage Examples

Uling ija kaden tekan anginne, jeg nglinus di tengah Kamar 21. Jejeh lantas ia ajaka makejang. Buku ane bacana saget magejeran lan makeber. Uli bukune ento pesu raksasa-raksasa ane gobane serem. Makesiab lan kabilbil timpal-timpalne Luh Ayu Manik sada makita malaib. Nanging, makejang mamegeng cara togog tusing bisa nindakang batis. Keto masih I Wayan ajak I Made makita mageluran ka sisi. Nanging bibihne macaket sing nyidaang ngomong. “Eda ngomong liu, tongosang ibane dini, ne ajak timpal nyaine!” Keto raksasane mamunyi bangras.
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Who knows where it came from, but suddenly there was a strong wind which swirled around 'Room 21' and they were gripped with fear. The book they were reading shook and flew about the room. Horrid demons appeared from the pages of the book. Luh Ayu Manik’s friends were shocked and confused and wanted to run away. But they couldn’t move. They were like statues and couldn’t move their feet. Also I Wayan and I Made wanted to call out but their lips were sealed and they couldn’t speak. “Don't say anything – you will remain here … with your friends,” bellowed the demon.

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⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library


In Balinese:   Bapane ngomong bangras.

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In Balinese:   Icang luas jani,” bangras Wayan Sereg nyautin.

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In Indonesian:   Ia bergegas berlari agar tak terkejar oleh neneknya.

In Balinese:   Icang luas jani,” bangras Wayan Sereg nyautin.

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In Balinese:   Mara keto munyin I Sangsiahe, jeg gedeg tur jengah I Bojog, lantas masaut bangras I Bojog. “Ih, iba kedis Sangsiah, kenken to munyin ibane to i busan?

In English:   Then the monkey torn the bird’s nest apart until this became a mess.

In Indonesian:   Baru begitu bicara si burung manyar, si kera spontan marah bercampur malu, lalu si kera menyahut galak. “He, kamu burung manyar, bagaimana itu perkataanmu tadi?

In Balinese:   Edengang kasaktian caine, centokin I Kidang,” keto I Kidang ngomong bangras. “Aruha, icang man sing ngrunguang cai.

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In Indonesian:   Hewan yang kalah lomba lari dengannya kini jadi rakyat.

In Balinese:   Cutetne cai apang ngidih pelih tur ngaku kalah nglawan Kidang,” keto kelian kakule pedih bangras.

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In Indonesian:   Hewan yang kalah lomba lari dengannya kini jadi rakyat.

In Balinese:   Murid tiange ane lenan ada masi ngorahang, dugas ia nagih ngidih pipis teken reramanne anggona meli paket data, jeg prejani reramane bangras ngopak pianakne, ngorahang alih-alihane jani keweh, kadirasa pipis anggon meli baas kal jakan buin mani konden karuan ngelah.

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  1. https://dictionary.basabali.org/Childrens_Book_Ngae_Tongos_Mamaca