[ US /məˈɫeɪʒən/ ]
  1. the Malay language spoken in Malaysia
  2. a native or inhabitant of Malaysia
  1. of or relating to or characteristic of Malaysia
    Malayan crocodiles
    Malaysian police crack down hard on drug smugglers
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How To Use Malaysian In A Sentence

  • But the party hopes that the formation of the new National Integration Council with senior leaders from the state and also from the peninsular will be a more permanent solution to help improve ties with the two East Malaysian states. SARA - Southeast Asian RSS Aggregator
  • Beng Hee is in the same half as top seed Ramy Ashour of Egypt and faces a tall order to end his title drought on tour having last won at the Malaysian Open in July 2008. Nst online
  • Penang is one of those businesses owned by Chinese Malaysians, so the cuisine is highly representative of those groups, which include the Cantonese, Fujian, Teochew and Hakka peoples, among others. NJ Dining: Penang
  • Girl power: This female Malaysian Orchid Praying Mantis is, at 60mm, long, twice the size of it's diminutive male counterpart.
  • That same night, police, perhaps to give the lie to claims they only break up peaceful demonstrations, raided a karaoke club in Subang Jaya where they broke up the ebullient attempts of several Malaysian men at improving Malaysia-China relations. Nst online
  • Having shown good pace all weekend, the speedy young Malaysian was understandably disappointed to come away from Thruxton with just a brace of 11 th place finishes.
  • Both men were hit by debris from accidents and Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix will be under close scrutiny.
  • Moreover, the Malaysian judiciary has been subjected to close political control since independence in 1957.
  • This sense of statelessness terrified him and he dreaded what might happen if the Indonesian or Malaysian police nabbed him.
  • Immigration police last week busted an international drug ring operating out of Naklua, arresting five people, two Thais and three Malaysians.
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