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Tagalog English
abang

[Active Verb:]
mag-abang

[Passive Verb:]
abangan

[Examples:]
Mag-abang ka ng sasakyan. (Wait for a ride.), active verb. Abangan mo ang sasakyan. (Wait for the vehicle.), passive verb.

to wait or watch for someone or some vehicle to come by.
alog

[Active Verb:]
mag-alog

[Passive Verb:]
alugin

[Examples:]
1) Alugin mo ang kahon. (Shake the box.) 2) Umalog ang sasakyan. (The vehicle shook.)

1) shaking up (noun) 2) to shake the contents of (verb) 3) to shake
baligtad1

[Active Verb:]
magbaligtad

[Passive Verb:]
ibaligtad

[L2 Definition:]
(var) baliktad

[Examples:]
1) Baligtad ang kamiseta ni Juan. (John is wearing his shirt inside-out.) 2) Baligtarin ang mesa. (Let's turn the table upside-down.) 3) Bumaligtad ang sasakyan. (The vehicle turned completely over.)

1) inside-out, upside-down (adj) 2) to turn something over, to invert, to reverse, to turn inside-out (verb) 3) to turn over (verb)
baligtad2

[Active Verb:]
bumaligtad

[Passive Verb:]
baligtarin

[Examples:]
1) Baligtad ang kamiseta ni Juan. (John is wearing his shirt inside-out.) 2) Baligtarin ang mesa. (Let's turn the table upside-down.) 3) Bumaligtad ang sasakyan. (The vehicle turned completely over.)

1) inside-out, upside-down (adj) 2) to turn something over, to invert, to reverse, to turn inside-out (verb) 3) to turn over (verb)
baon1

[Active Verb:]
magbaon

[Passive Verb:]
baunin

[Examples:]
1) Ano ang dala mong baon ngayon? (What food did you have for today?) 2) Magbaon ka ng tinapay para hindi ka magutom. (Bring some bread so you will not get hungry.) 3) Bumaon ang sapatos ko sa putik. (My shoes got covered with mud.) 4) Ibaon mo ang patay

1) provision or supply food taken on journey (noun) 2) to carry provisions or supply usually food (verb) 3) to become buried, to sink -- BUMAON (verb) 4) to bury something -- IBAON (verb)
baon2

[Active Verb:]
bumaon

[Passive Verb:]
ibaon

[Examples:]
1) Ano ang dala mong baon ngayon? (What food did you have for today?) 2) Magbaon ka ng tinapay para hindi ka magutom. (Bring some bread so you will not get hungry.) 3) Bumaon ang sapatos ko sa putik. (My shoes got covered with mud.) 4) Ibaon mo ang patay

1) provision or supply food taken on journey (noun) 2) to carry provisions or supply usually food (verb) 3) to become buried, to sink -- BUMAON (verb) 4) to bury something -- IBAON (verb)
basag1

[Active Verb:]
magbasag

[Passive Verb:]
basagan

[Examples:]
1) Basag ang salamin. (The mirror is broken.) 2) Huwag kang malikot at baka ka makabasag ng pinggan. (Don't be rough or you might break some china.) 3) Baka basagin ng bata ang plorera. (The child might break the flower vase.)

1) broken (adj) 2) to break china, glassware or earthenware accidentally; to be able to break (verb) 3) to break glassware, china, earthenware; to crack; to break repeatedly (verb)
basag2

[Active Verb:]
bumasag

[Passive Verb:]
basagin

[Examples:]
1) Basag ang salamin. (The mirror is broken.) 2) Huwag kang malikot at baka ka makabasag ng pinggan. (Don't be rough or you might break some china.) 3) Baka basagin ng bata ang plorera. (The child might break the flower vase.)

1) broken (adj) 2) to break china, glassware or earthenware accidentally; to be able to break (verb) 3) to break glassware, china, earthenware; to crack; to break repeatedly (verb)
basag3

[Passive Verb:]
mabasag

[Examples:]
1) Basag ang salamin. (The mirror is broken.) 2) Huwag kang malikot at baka ka makabasag ng pinggan. (Don't be rough or you might break some china.) 3) Baka basagin ng bata ang plorera. (The child might break the flower vase.)

1) broken (adj) 2) to break china, glassware or earthenware accidentally; to be able to break (verb) 3) to break glassware, china, earthenware; to crack; to break repeatedly (verb)
bigkas1

[Active Verb:]
magbigkas

[Passive Verb:]
ibigkas

[Examples:]
1) Bumigkas ka ng tula. (Recite a poem.) 2) Ibigkas mo ang salita. (Pronounce the word.)

1) pronounciation (noun) 2) to pronounce, to say, to recite (verb)

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