If you’re like me, and you’re learning Indonesian, you’ll hear many words and phrases from your Indonesian friends which you just won’t find in any dictionary. If you’re Indonesian, you already know your language has a rich collection of slang, stuff borrowed from English and other languages, singkatan, gaul and other stuff that’s too informal to make it into the Kamus Besar Bahasa Indonesia. Although most dictionaries don’t include the stuff, Indonesians use it all the time. This website is where to come to find the expressions you can’t find anywhere else, or if you can’t find them here, add them so other people can find them. Kamus cekidot is your dictionary. Enjoy aja…

Kamus cekidot in the press

Biarkan “alay” in Sinar Harapan newspaper

Bagi, share dong

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