[ ɪndə͡ʊnˈiːzi͡ən njˈuː ɡˈɪni], [ ɪndəʊnˈiːziən njˈuː ɡˈɪni], [ ɪ_n_d_əʊ_n_ˈiː_z_iə_n n_j_ˈuː ɡ_ˈɪ_n_i]
Antonyms are words that have the opposite meanings of a given word. For the term "Indonesian New Guinea," which refers to the eastern part of the island of New Guinea that is part of Indonesia, its antonyms are words that describe a geographical area that is not part of Indonesia or New Guinea. These antonyms may include places like Europe, North America, South America, Africa, Australia or any other continent or country that is geographically distinct from Indonesian New Guinea. It is important to note that antonyms do not necessarily have to be related to a specific word, but can also be broadly used to describe opposing concepts or ideas.
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