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Tagalog Translator *Online*

Welcome to the Tagalog Translator Online. This project initially started as a personal experiment to develop a dictionary for translating English to Tagalog and Tagalog to English words and expressions. At this moment many people, from all over the world, are using this website in order to be able to communicate with family, friends or lovers, living in the Philippines. If you have any suggestions for future developments, then please let me know. Notice: if you want to download the Windows program (freeware) of this translator then click here.

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Tagalog English
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)
alalay

[Active Verb:]
umalalay

[Passive Verb:]
alalayan

[Examples:]
1) Kasama ni Nora ang kanyang alalay. (Nora brings along her assistant.) 2) Umalalay siya sa may sakit. (He gave support to the sick.) 3) Alalayan mo ang may sakit. (Help the sick). 4) Alalayan mo ang pagkain. (Eat moderately.)

1) assistant, helper (noun) 2) to take precaution, to practice moderation or to act moderately (verb) 3) to give support, to help (verb)
amin

[Examples:]
Pumunta ka sa amin. (Go to our place.)

(pron) first person plural number pronoun (exclusive) meaning "our", "ours", "us"; shows possession or location when preceded by SA.
ay

[Examples:]
Umalis siya. -- Siya ay umalis. (He left.)

(part) connects the topic of the sentence and predicate when the sentence is given in reverse order; sentence inversion marker.
bagsak1

[Active Verb:]
magbagsak

[Passive Verb:]
bagsakan

[Examples:]
1) Bumagsak ang eroplanong sinasakyan ng pangulo. (The plane the president was riding on crashed.) 2) Huwag mong ibagsak ang telepono. (Don't drop the phone.)

(verb) to fall, to fail, to drop
bagsak2

[Active Verb:]
bumagsak

[Passive Verb:]
ibagsak

[Examples:]
1) Bumagsak ang eroplanong sinakyan ng pangulo. (The plane the president was riding on crashed.) 2) Huwag mong ibagsak ang telepono. (Don't drop the phone.)

(verb) to fall, to fail, to drop
bangin (noun) ravine, abyss, precipice
bitiw1

[Active Verb:]
magbitiw

[Examples:]
1) Bumitiw siya sa aking pagkakahawak. (He released himself from my grip.) 2) Nais ng presidente na magbitiw sa kanyang katungkulan. (The president wants to resign from office.)

1) to release one's hold or grip -- BUMITIW (verb) 2) to resign, to let go -- MAGBITIW (verb)
bitiw2

[Active Verb:]
bumitiw

[Passive Verb:]
bitiwan

[Examples:]
1) Bumitiw siya sa aking pagkakahawak. (He released himself from my grip.) 2) Nais ng presidente na magbitiw sa kanyang katungkulan. (The president wants to resign from office.)

1) to release one's hold or grip -- BUMITIW (verb) 2) to resign, to let go -- MAGBITIW (verb)
buntis (adj) pregnant

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