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Tagalog English
ayon

[Active Verb:]
umayon

[Passive Verb:]
ayunan

[Examples:]
1) Ayon kay Imelda, maganda siya. (According to Imelda, she is beautiful.) 2) Umayon si Ernesto sa balak ni Rosita. (Ernesto went along with Rosita's plan.)

1) parallel to, in agreement with (adj) 2) according to...; as alleged by (adv) 3) to agree, to conform, to go along with (verb)
bihis

[Active Verb:]
magbihis

[Passive Verb:]
bihisan

[Examples:]
1) Maganda ang bihis mo ngayon. (What you're wearing today is beautiful.) 2) Bakit bihis ka ngayon? (Why are you dressed up today?) 3) Magbihis ka ng malinis na damit. (Put on your clean clothes.)

1) the dress one wears (noun) 2) well-dressed, dressed up (adj) 3) to change clothes, to put on clothes (verb)
boto

[Active Verb:]
bumoto

[Passive Verb:]
iboto

[Examples:]
1) Bumoto tayo sa darating na halalalan. (Let's vote in the coming elections.) 2) Iboto natin ang magaling na kandidato. (Let's vote for the good candidate.)

1) vote (noun) 2) to vote -- BUMOTO (verb) 3) to vote for someone -- IBOTO (verb)
buklat

[Active Verb:]
magbuklat

[Passive Verb:]
buklatin

[Examples:]
1) Magbuklat kayo ng libro. (Open a book.) 2) Buklatin ninyo ang aklat. (Open the book.)

1) to open a book or magazine 2) to turn the pages of a reading material
daya2

[Active Verb:]
magdaya

[Passive Verb:]
dayain

[Examples:]
1) Hindi maganda ang magdaya ng kapwa. (It is not good to cheat your neighbor.) 2) Huwag mong dayain ang laro. (Don't cheat in the game.)

(verb) to trick, to cheat, to deceive, to delude
dukot2

[Active Verb:]
mangdukot

[Passive Verb:]
dukutan

[Examples:]
1) Magaling mangdukot ang magnanakaw. (A thief is a good pickpocket.) 2) Nadukutan ang bag ni Ana kaninang umaga papuntang opisina. (Ana's purse was stolen from her bag on her way to the office this morning.)

(verb) to pickpocket, to steal
galit

[Passive Verb:]
magalit

[Examples:]
Huwag ka nang magalit sa akin. (Please don't get mad at me.)

1) anger, resentment, indignation (noun) 2) to get angry, to become angry (verb)
halungkat

[Active Verb:]
maghalungkat

[Passive Verb:]
halungkatin

[Examples:]
1) Maghalungkat ka ng magandang litrato sa mga lumang dyaryo. (You carefully search for some nice pictures among the pile of newspapers.) 2) Halungkatin mo ang mga lumang dyaryo. (Search through a pile of old newspapers.)

(verb) to turn over a pile of things in search for something; to search carefully among a number of things
hambing

[Active Verb:]
maghambing

[Passive Verb:]
ihambing

[Examples:]
1) Maghambing ka ng dalawang magaling na bata. (You compare the two very good kids.) 2) Ihambing mo ang iyong ginawa sa gawa ni Jose. (Compare your work with Jose's.)

(verb) to compare, to place side by side in comparison
hula

[Active Verb:]
manghula

[Passive Verb:]
hulaan

[Examples:]
1) Siya ay magaling manghula. (She is a good teller of fortune.) 2) Hulaan mo kung ano ang dala ko para sa iyo? (Guess what I brought for you?)

(verb) to predict, to guess, to tell one's fortune

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