Ngecarumin

  • show up for group work but not do anything. This word comes from kecarum, sweet basil, which has a pungent odor, but no taste. The idea is that the people in the work group can smell but cannot taste. Show up and work go together normally. But, in this case, one only shows up, but does not do the other thing that is expected of him.
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