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Kamus Mandarin-Indonesia / disusun oleh Tim Perkamusan, Universitas Indonesia = [Han yuyindunixiya yu ci dian / Yindunixiya da xue ci dian bian xie zhu]
Bib ID 2005947
Format BookBook
Edition Cet. 1. 
Description Jakarta : Penerbit Universitas Indonesia, 1997 
lv, 827 p. ; 31 cm. 
ISBN 9794561827
Summary

Chinese Indonesian dictionary.

Notes

Parallel title in Chinese characters.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 825-827).

Chinese and Indonesian.

Subjects Chinese language - Dictionaries - Indonesian.
Other authors/contributors Tim Perkamusan (Universitas Indonesia)
Also Titled

Han yuyindunixiya yu ci dian

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