bahan bakar

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From compound of bahan +‎ bakar, from calque of Dutch brandstof (fuel, literally to burn + material).

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bahan bakar (first-person possessive bahan bakarku, second-person possessive bahan bakarmu, third-person possessive bahan bakarnya)

  1. fuel

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