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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
galak

[Passive Verb:]
ikagalak

[Examples:]
Ikagalak mo ang pagkapanalo ni Erap sa eleksyon. (You should be happy about Erap's winning in the election.)

(verb) to be pleased, to be happy about
kapit1

[Active Verb:]
magkapit

[Passive Verb:]
ikapit

[Examples:]
1) Kumapit siya sa akin. (He held on to me.) 2) Ikapit mo ang kamay mo sa balikat ng bata. (Put your hand on the child's shoulder.) 3) Magkapit kayo at baka kayo mahulog. (Hold on to each other's hands or you might fall.)

1) to hold, to grasp -- KUMAPIT, KAPITAN (verb) 2) to attach to, to connect to --- IKAPIT (verb) 3) to hold on to each other, to join -- MAGKAPIT (verb)
kapit2

[Active Verb:]
kumapit

[Passive Verb:]
kapitan

[Examples:]
1) Kumapit siya sa akin. (He held on to me.) 2) Ikapit mo ang kamay mo sa balikat ng bata. (Put your hand on the child's shoulder.) 3) Magkapit kayo at baka kayo mahulog. (Hold on to each other's hands or you might fall.)

1) to hold, to grasp -- KUMAPIT, KAPITAN (verb) 2) to attach to, to connect to --- IKAPIT (verb) 3) to hold on to each other, to join -- MAGKAPIT (verb)
kapkap1

[Active Verb:]
magkapkap

[Passive Verb:]
kapkapan

[Examples:]
1) Kumapkap ka ng pera sa bulsa ko. (Frisk my pocket for some money.) 2) Kapkapan mo ang bulsa ng nahuling magnananakaw. (Frisk the pocket of the thief who was arrested.)

1) frisk (noun) 2) to frisk something or someone (verb)
sanla

[Active Verb:]
magsanla

[Passive Verb:]
isanla

[Examples:]
1) Magsanla ka ng iyong relom para magkaroon ka ng pera. (You mortgage your watch so you can have some money.) 2) Isanla mo ang iyong relo para magkapera ka. (Mortgage your watch so you can have some money.)

(verb) to pawn; to mortgage

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