- sink, submerge, dive
Bali dataran dialect
Bali aga dialect
Nyilem sambilang naar yehe.
Literally: Dive and drink water at the same time; meaning to do two things at once; kill two birds with one stone.
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Ngajahin buaya nyilem.[example 1]
Train a crocodile to dive. [proverb] Said of a person who wants to get married and who has been going with a girl for a long time. He knows what to do, so he should go ahead and do it. He doesn’t have to be told.
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⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library
In Balinese: Biasane, turis-turise rauh tur matilar nyabran rahina, nyilem sambil mengongin terumbu karang, utawi miarsayang ombak pasisi kaja Baline sane tegteg.
In English: In fact, turtle conservation in Pemuteran is one of the best in Bali and well known abroad.
In Indonesian: Biasanya, ratusan turis datang dan pergi setiap hari, menyelam sambil mengagumi terumbu karang, atau menikmati gelombang pantai utara Bali yang tenang.
In Balinese: Ngrasayang lango punika ngawinang lali ring angga, nyilem taler manunggal ring kalangwan, pinaka manunggalnyane sang sane kaincepang kapining sang sane ngincepang.
- F. Eiseman - PROVERBS, 1987