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Tagalog English
abala1

[Active Verb:]
mag-abala

[Examples:]
Active: Huwag kang mag-abala. (Do not trouble yourself.) Active: Siya ang umabala sa akin. (He was the one who disturbed me.) Passive: Inabala ko siya. (I disturbed him.)

1) delay, detention, disturbance (noun) 2) to trouble oneself over something or somebody -- mag-abala (active verb) 3) to disturb somebody or someone -- umabala (active verb), inabala (passive verb)
abala2

[Active Verb:]
umabala

[Passive Verb:]
abalahin

[Examples:]
Active: Huwag kang mag-abala. (Do not trouble yourself.) Active: Siya ang umabala sa akin. (He was the one who disturbed me.) Passive: Inabala ko siya. (I disturbed him.)

1) delay, detention, disturbance (noun) 2) to trouble oneself over something or somebody -- mag-abala (active verb) 3) to disturb somebody or someone -- umabala (active verb), inabala (passive verb)
abiso

[Active Verb:]
mag-abiso

[Passive Verb:]
abisuhan

[Examples:]
Abisuhan mo si Juan ng aking pagdating. (Notify John about my arrival.)

1) notice, notification (noun) 2) to announce; to inform, to notify (active verb)
akay

[Active Verb:]
umakay

[Passive Verb:]
akayin

[Examples:]
1) Sino ang akay mo? (Who are you leading?) 2) Inakay niya ang bata. (He led the child by the hand.) 3) Umakay siya sa akin. (He hung on to me [for support].)

1) person led by the hand (noun) 2) to lead by the hand (verb) 3) to hang on [for support or guidance] (verb)
awa

[Passive Verb:]
maawa

[Examples:]
Maawa ka sa akin. (Pity me.)

1) grace, pity, charity, compassion (noun) 2) to take pity (verb)
ayaw

[Active Verb:]
umayaw

[Passive Verb:]
ayawan

[Examples:]
Umayaw siya sa aking plano. (He didn't like my plan.)

(pv) to back out from; to reject, to dislike, to refuse (opposite of GUSTO)
bagabag

[Active Verb:]
bumagabag

[Passive Verb:]
bagabagin

[Examples:]
1) Bumagabag sa akin ang hindi niya pagsulat ng matagal. (I was worried about him not writing a letter for a long while.) 2) Huwag mong bagabagin ang iyong sarili sa isang napakaliit na bagay. (Don't worry yourself too much about such a very small matter.

(noun) worry, anxiety (verb) to be worried, to be anxious about something
bata

[Active Verb:]
magbata

[Passive Verb:]
batain

[Examples:]
Kailangan magbata ng hirap ang aking magulang para sa aking kinabukasan. (My parents had to endure hardships for my future.)

1) nightgown, robe (noun) 2) young (adj) 3) to endure, to tolerate, to bear, to suffer (verb)
bawi1

[Active Verb:]
mambawi

[Passive Verb:]
bawian

[Examples:]
1) Bumawi ka na lang sa susunod. (Just make up for it the next time.) 2) Nais niyang bawiin ang singsing na ibinigay niya sa akin. (He wants to get back the ring he gave me.)

1) recovery, retraction (noun) 2) to recover (verb) 3) to get back what was given away (verb)
bawi2

[Active Verb:]
bumawi

[Passive Verb:]
bawiin

[Examples:]
1) Bumawi ka na lang sa susunod. (Just make up for it the next time.) 2) Nais niyang bawiin ang singsing na ibinigay niya sa akin. (He wants to get back the ring he gave me.)

1) recovery, retraction (noun) 2) to recover (verb) 3) to get back what was given away (verb)

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