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Tagalog Translator *Online*

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Tagalog English
amo1

[Active Verb:]
mag-amo

[Passive Verb:]
amuin

[Examples:]
1) Amuin mo siya. (Placate him.) 2) Umamo ang mabangis na leon. (The fierce lion became tame.)

[Notes:]
Spanish noun has different stress mark compared to adjective and verb AMO

1) boss, master, employer, manager (noun) 2) tame, not wild (adj) 3) to placate (verb) 4) to become tame, to become domesticated, submissive (verb)
amo2

[Active Verb:]
umamo

[Examples:]
1) Amuin mo siya. (Placate him.) 2) Umamo ang mabangis na leon. (The fierce lion became tame.)

1) boss, master, employer, manager (noun) 2) tame, not wild (adj) 3) to placate (verb) 4) to become tame, to become domesticated, submissive (verb)
ani

[Active Verb:]
mag-ani

[Passive Verb:]
anihin

[Examples:]
1) Mas marami silang ani ngayong taon. (They had more harvest this year.) 2) Umani kami ng palay. (We harvested rice.)

1) harvest (noun) 2) to harvest, to reap (verb)
binat

[Active Verb:]
mabinat

[Passive Verb:]
binatin

[Examples:]
1) Huwag kang masayadong magpagod dahil baka ka mabinat. (Don't tire yourself because you might have a relapse.) 2) Huwag mo siyang binatin.

1) relapse (noun) 2) to have a relapse -- MABINAT (verb) 3) to cause a relapse -- BINATIN (verb)
dagan1

[Active Verb:]
dumagan

[Examples:]
Huwag kang dumagan sa maliit na bisikleta at baka masira iyan. (Don't put your weight on the small bicycle or it might break.)

(verb) to put one's weight on something
despalko2

[Active Verb:]
mangdespalko

[Passive Verb:]
despalkuhin

[Examples:]
1) Huwag kang mangdespalko ng pera ng iba. (You should not embezzle other people's money.) 2) Masamang despalkuhin ang pera ng iba. (It is not good to swindle the money of other people.)

[Notes:]
Spanish

(verb) to embezzle, to swindle
galaw1

[Active Verb:]
gumalaw

[Passive Verb:]
igalaw

[Examples:]
1) Huwag kang masyadong gumalaw at baka ikaw ay mahalatang may ninanakaw. (Don't you move too much or they will know that you are stealing something.) 2) Igalaw mo ang iyong kamay para makita nila. (Move your hands for them to see.)

(verb) to move
ganit (noun) toughness for mastication; relative tightness or firmness (making it hard to disengage)
gaya4

[Active Verb:]
manggaya

[Passive Verb:]
gayahin

[Examples:]
1) Huwag kang manggaya ng masamang tao. (You should not imitate a bad guy.) 2) Gayahin mo ang mabait na bata. (Imitate the good boy.)

(verb) to imitate
iwas

[Active Verb:]
umiwas

[Passive Verb:]
iwasan

[Examples:]
1) Umiwas ka sa mga masasamang tao. (You avoid bad people.) 2) Iwasan mo ang gulo sa buhay. (Avoid being in trouble.)

(verb) to avoid

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