- shattered, smashed, dissolved, broken into pieces, cannot be fixed (compare uwug which means broken, but which can be fixed)
⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Dictionary
In Balinese: Ada umah anak cenik ane nadak benyah latig.
In English: Everything is turning upside down in a little boy’s house.
In Indonesian: Rumah seorang anak tiba-tiba kacau balau.
In Balinese: Tolih sebun ibané jani!”
Lantas kabésbés sebun I Sangsiahe kanti benyah latig.
In English: Well, (in the end, this fight can defeat Maharaja Rawana) and his family.
In Indonesian: Lihat sarangmu sekarang!”