IndonesianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Dutch envelop, from French enveloppe, from Middle French enveloppe, anveloppe, from Old French envelope, from envoloper, anveloper.

NounEdit

amplop (plural, first-person possessive amplopku, second-person possessive amplopmu, third-person possessive amplopnya)

  1. envelope
  2. (figurative) bribe [in an envelope].

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