Tegal

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  • dry field (Adverb)
  • land that cannot be irrigated (Adverb)
Andap
tegal
Kasar
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Alus sor
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Alus mider
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Alus madya
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Alus singgih
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Mider
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Bali dataran dialect
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Bali aga dialect
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Usage Examples

putu main bola di tegale ibi sanja
putu played the ball in the garden yesterday afternoon

⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library


In Balinese:   Buleleng inggih punika wastan istana sane kawangun olih Panji Sakti duk tanggal 30 Maret 1604 ring tengahin tegal jagung gambal sane kawastanin buleleng.

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In Balinese:   I Gusti Putu Bawa Samar Gantang embas ring Tabanan, Tegal Belodan 27 Séptembér 1949.

In English:   I Gusti Putu Bawa Samar Gantang was born in Tabanan, Tegal Belodan on September 27th, 1949.

In Indonesian:   I Gusti Putu Bawa Samar lahir di Tabanan, Tegal Belodan 27 Séptembér 1949.

In Balinese:   Cakepan sané sampun kamedalang wiadin madaging kakawian dané luiré: Hujan Tengah Malam (1974), Kisah Sebuah Kota Pelangi (1976), Kabut Abadi (1979) sareng Diah Hadaning, Antologi Puisi Pendapa Taman Siswa Sebuah Episode (1982), Antologi Puisi Asean (1983), Antologi Puisi LIA (1979), Kalender Puisi (1981), Antologi Festival Puisi XI PPIA (1990), Spektrum (1988), Taksu (1991), Antologi Potret Pariwisata dalam Puisi (1991), Antologi Puisi Kebangkitan Nusantara I (1994), Antologi Puisi Kebangkitan Nusantara II (1995), Antologi Puisi Kidung Kawijayan (1995), Antologi Puisi Kebangkitan Nusantara III (1996), Antologi Puisi Pos Nusantara Lokantara (1999), Aab Jagat (2001), Perani Kanti (2002), Onyah (2002), Somya (2002), Sagung Wah (2002), Macan Radén (2002), Berkah Gusti (2002), Sang Bayu Telah Mengiringi Kepergiannya (2002), Puisi Modré Samar Gantang (2002), Antologi Puisi HP3N Nuansa Tatwarna Batin (2002), Bali sané Bali (Pupulan Durmanggala, 2004), Awengi ring Hotél Séntral (2004), Pakrabatan Puisi Tegal DIHA Tebawutu (2004), Kesaksian Tiga Kutub (puisi lan cerpén, 2004), Léak Raré (2004), Léak di Bukit Pecatu (2005), Léak Satak Dukuh (2006), Ketika Tuhan Menyapaku (2006), Dipuncakmu Aku Bertemu (2008), lan Jangkrik Maénci (2009).

In English:   In the field of Balinese literature he received the Satya Lencana Karya Satya award, first place in Bali-wide poetry writing, essays, and poetry recitation in 2000 and 2001.

In Indonesian:   Di bidang sastra Bali mendapatkan tanda kehormatan Satya Lencana Karya Satya, juara I menulis puisi; ésai; tembang macepat; se-Bali tahun 2000 dan 2001.

In Balinese:   Sedek dina anu I Lutung mamaling isen di tegal dukuh Kantrungan ngajak I kakua.

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In Balinese:   Ring akudang desa, minakadi Desa Adat Tegal Darmasaba (ring Badung), Taro (ring Gianyar), Baturiti (ring Tabanan), miwah akeh sane lianan, ngelawang ageng setata kalaksanayang.

In English:   In some villages, especially Tegal Darmasaba (Badung), Taro (Gianyar), Baturiti (Tabanan), and many more, ngelawang is done in a big and splendid procession.

In Indonesian:   Di beberapa desa, seperti Desa Adat Tegal Darmasaba (Badung), Taro (Gianyar), Baturiti (Tabanan), dan masih banyak lagi, ngelawang dilakukan secara besar-besaran.

In Balinese:   Ngerebeg ring Desa Tegal Darmasaba, Badung, tios malih.

In English:   Ngerebeg in Tabanan is commonly associated with crops and harvests.

In Indonesian:   Ngerebeg di Desa Tegal Darmasaba, Badung, lain lagi.

In Balinese:   Lantas, I Nyoman Manda masekolah ring SR II Cangkir Tegal Tugu Gianyar warsa 1946 kantos warsa 1952.

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In Balinese:   Sakadi sane sampun mamargi, nyabran ngemem sasih ritatkala rainan Tumpek Wariga puniki rauh, entik-entikan sane wenten ring uma, alas, gunung, tegal, taler ring karang umahe sami kapayasin miwah katurin upakara.

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In Balinese:   Suba biasa di Bali anake bani ngadep tegal ulian upacara, bandingang teken nyekolahang panak ngadep sampi.

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