sudah

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Indonesian[edit]

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From Malay sudah, borrowed from Sanskrit शुद्ध (śuddha).

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sudah

  1. perfective aspect, indicating that the process has been accomplished.

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Sudah is often translated as already in Indonesian and Malay language textbooks to convey its meaning in the languages which express perfective aspect through inflection.

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Malay[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Sanskrit शुद्ध (śuddha).

Adjective[edit]

sudah (Jawi spelling سوده‎)

  1. done, finished, completed
  2. enough, sufficient

Verb[edit]

sudah (Jawi spelling سوده‎)

  1. (auxiliary) Indicates perfective aspect

Usage notes[edit]

Sudah is often translated as already in Indonesian and Malay language textbooks to convey its meaning in the languages which express perfective aspect through inflection. The word is often shortened to dah in casual speech.

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