• large open framework of bamboo strips upon which jaja and other objects are dried in the sun. Texture may be very coarse, with thick strips of bamboo, or very fine, with thin strips. Usually used for nyemuh, drying things under the sun. Also used to make a temporary shrine, sanggah cucuk, in the form of a triangular prism made of three klakat, tied together and mounted on a pole. Sometimes kelakat or kalakat.
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Usage Examples

Guna: Napi manten gegaene sawai-wai, Bu? Nyoman: Tiang sehari-harine ngae klakat.
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