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Cape In the Indonesian Language

Halo, apa kabar semuanya? (Hello, how are you all?) This time I'm gonna talk about the meaning of the word [cape] in the Indonesian language. As usual, we will also be going to watch a movie clip that I took from an Indonesian movie where this word is spoken.

Cape In the Indonesian Language

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So, let's dive in!

Meaning of Cape

Cape means tired. Cape is an informal form of [capai]. You will hear this a lot in conversational Indonesian.

You will also hear this phrase [cape deh] in daily conversation in Indonesia. This phrase [cape deh] is used when you're fed up with something or someone. So, this phrase has a different meaning than the word [cape].

How to Pronounce Cape

This is how you pronounce [cape]. Let's hear it down below.


And this is how you pronounce [capai]. Let's hear it down below.


And this is how you pronounce the phrase [cape deh].


Next, let's watch a clip from an Indonesian movie where this word [cape] is spoken.

Cape In a Movie Clip

This clip is from a movie called Mimpi Metropolitan. Let's watch the clip down below.


The conversation in that scene with English translations is as follows.
Alan: Bang, ada film drama bang. Ini cinta-cintaan, bang. Ah, cape juga ya. Kenapa dari tadi ngga ada yang mau mampir nih. Ah, ngoceh terus jadi haus aku. Kubeli minum dulu lah. (We have drama movies, sir. These are romance movies, sir. Ah, I'm so tired. Why is no one stopping by? Ah, because I've talked a lot, I feel so thirsty. I'm gonna get a drink.)
Alan, the name of the man in that clip, is a DVD piracy seller. He sells it on the street. He has tried to sell his stuff, but nobody came to his cart, and because he has been using his voice a lot, announcing his presence in the street, he became tired and thirsty.

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That's why he said this,
Ah, cape juga ya.
Which means,
Ah, I'm so tired.
So, that's the meaning of [cape]. Next, I will give you example sentences using this word [cape].

Example Sentences Using Cape

Here are 3 example sentences using the word [cape]

Example Sentences
English Translation
1. Cape ngga loe? Gue cape ih! Istirahat dulu yuk sebentar?
1. Are you tired? I’m so tired. Why don’t we take a break for a while?
2. Pekerjaan ini membuat seluruh badan saya cape.
2. This job is making my whole body tired.
3. Loe itu dibilangin ngga pernah mau dengar ya? Cape deh!
3. You never listen when I’m talking to you. I am done with you!

I think that's all for now. If you have any questions regarding this topic, just make a comment in the comment section down below, and I'll be happy to answer your question. Take care and bye now.

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