- vs. ngentungin = throw something to someone
- throw something away, throw something out
- throw underhand (vs. nagel = throw overhand)
Tiang ngentungin ragane nyuh.
I threw a stone to you.
Ngentungang uyah ke pasih.[example 1]
Throwing out salt to the sea. [proverb] Said about giving money to a rich person, or about someone telling things to someone who already knows about the subject.
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⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library
In Balinese: Prajani Luh Ayu Manik inget teken solah I Wayan ajak I Made ane ngentungang luu sisan ngae ogoh-ogoh ke tlabahe tuni semengan
In English: Instantly Luh Ayu Manik remembered I Wayan's behavior with and I Made who liked to throw away the trash when making ogoh-ogoh into the river this morning.
In Indonesian: Seketika Luh Ayu Manik ingat dengan perbuatan I Wayan dan I Made yang membuang sampah sisa saat membuat ogoh-ogoh ke sungai tadi pagi.
- F. Eiseman - PROVERBS, 1987