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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)
akala

[Active Verb:]
mag-akala

[Passive Verb:]
akalain

[Examples:]
1) Iyan ay maling akala. (That is a wrong idea.) 2) Akala ko'y kumain ka na. (I thought you had already eaten.) 3) Huwag kang mag-akala na ako ay taksil. (Don't get the idea that I'm unfaithful.) 4) Baka akalain mong ako ay taksil. (You might think I'm un

1) idea, belief (noun) 2) to think (post-verb) 3) to believe, to presume, to think, to conceive, to imagine, to opine (active verb)
alala

[Active Verb:]
mag-alala

[Passive Verb:]
alalahanin

[Examples:]
1) Huwag kang mag-alala.(Don't worry.) 2) Huwag mo siyang alalahanin. (Don't worry about him.)

1) memory, recollection (noun) 2) to worry, to be anxious about something (verb)
alangan

[Active Verb:]
mag-alangan

[Examples:]
1) Alangan ang kanyang pagtitiwala sa gobyerno. (He is doubtful about trusting the government.) 2) Huwag kang mag-alangan tungkol sa iyong pananampalataya sa Diyos. (Don't doubt your faith in God.)

1) uncertain, doubtful, insufficient, not fitted, unfit (adj) 2) to be uncertain, to be doubtful, to be inadequate (active verb)
banta

[Active Verb:]
magbanta

[Passive Verb:]
bantaan

[Examples:]
Huwag kang magbanta sa kanya. (Don't threaten him.)

1) threat (noun) 2) to threaten (verb)
bigti

[Active Verb:]
magbigti

[Passive Verb:]
bigtiin

[Examples:]
Huwag kang magbigti dahil lang sa ikaw ay bigo. (Don't hang yourself just because you are frustrated.)

(verb) to hang or strangle oneself
biro

[Active Verb:]
magbiro

[Passive Verb:]
biruin

[Examples:]
Huwag kang magbiro sa lasing. (Don't make fun of drunks.)

1) a joke (noun) 2) to tease, to make fun of (verb)
bunot

[Active Verb:]
magbunot

[Passive Verb:]
bunutin

[Examples:]
1) Bumunot siya ng isang numero sa palabunutan. (He picked a number from the lottery.) 2) Huwag kang magbunot ng baril. (Don't pull out a gun.)

1) coconut husk (noun) 2) to pull out, to uproot, to extract -- BUMUNOT, BUNUTIN (verb) 3) to pull out something -- MAGBUNOT, BUNUTIN (verb)
dura3

[Active Verb:]
mangdura

[Passive Verb:]
duraan

[Examples:]
1) Huwag kang magdura ng kapwa. (Don't spit at your fellowmen.) 2) Huwag mong duraan ang iyong kapwa. (Don't spit at your neighbor.)

(verb) to spit at something

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