Kilat

Kilat

Origin: Malay/Army Lingo – Literally means excellent in malay.

Kilat is a malay word that is often used in the Army. It is used to describe something that is done in such an excellent way and is hard for others to follow.

Adjective:

Ah Beng: “Wah Ahmad you polished your boots until so kilat ah!!! Very shiny leh your boots…..basket….. spoil market sia….wait Sergeant wants us to be the same standard how?? Don’t sabo leh….

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