- easy to break open or remove from attachment. Also means easy. The opposite of mes is keras. Whether something is mes or not depends upon what you are doing to it. Mes does not necessarily mean soft, but it might mean soft. A ripe banana is mes because you can break it in half easily. But, this does not refer to peeling the banana. Belek refers to how it reacts to pushing. If it is soft, it is belek. Mes refers only to breaking or cutting. If an object can be broken in the hand or cut easily it is mes. Examples: brittle cookie, hard mango (Mider) (Adjective)
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Batane ento mes pesan. Melahang ngajang apang tusing usak.
The bricks break very easily. Transport it gently so it won't get damaged.
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