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Kaga Meaning In Indonesian

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Kaga Meaning In Indonesian

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Kaga In Bahasa Indonesia

[Kaga] is informal for [tidak], and it means [no]. In Jakarta, the word [kaga] is usually used, and you will hear it a lot being spoken on the street.

Other synonyms for [kaga] are [ngga], [ga], [enggak] and [tak].

How to Pronounce Kaga

Here is how you pronounce [kaga] in Bahasa Indonesia.

Next, let's look at examples where the word [kaga] is spoken by Indonesians.

Examples of Kaga In Use

The first scene we are about to watch is from Cek Toko Sebelah, The Series, Season 1, Episode 1 (2018). Let's watch the clip below.

Below is the conversation from the scene above with English translations.

Amiauw: Jak! Liat duit di sini, ngga? (Jak! Have you seen the money that was put here?)

Ojak: Engga. (Nope.)

Amiauw: Serius! Liat, ga? (I'm serious! Have you seen it or not?)

Ojak: Enggak! (Nope!)

Amiauw: Beneran, beneran! Kalo liat bilang aja liat. (Hey, I mean it! If you've ever seen it, just say so.)

Ojak: Kaga, Amiauw! Handphone ilang, gua! Duit ilang, gua! Perjaka lu ilang ama gua juga, lagi? (Nope, I haven't seen it, Amiauw! Cellphone, money, gone, you blame me! You lost your virginity, and I guess you will also accuse me!)

As you can see, the first time Amiauw asked Ojak whether he had seen the money, Ojak answered it with [engga], and the second time Amiauw asked, Ojak answered it with [enggak], and the third time being asked the same question, Ojak answered it with [kaga].

So, all words, [engga], [enggak], and [kaga] have the same meaning; that is no.

Vocabulary From The Scene

[Liat] is informal for [lihat] = look, see.

[Duit] is informal for [uang] = money.

[Beneran] is used to emphasize something in this context. Amiauw says [beneran] and repeats it again to show that he is really serious about asking that question.

[Kalo] is informal for [kalau] = if.

[Ilang] is a common reduction for [hilang] = lost.

[Perjaka] = virginity for men.

[Lagi] in [perjaka lu ilang ama gua juga, lagi?] has the same meaning as [jangan-jangan], so you can change [lagi] in that sentence with [jangan-jangan] and the sentence will become [perjaka lu ilang ama gua juga, jangan-jangan?]. [Jangan-jangan] is used when you are guessing about something.

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