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Tagalog English
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)
alat

[Active Verb:]
umalat

[Passive Verb:]
alatan

[Examples:]
1) Kulang sa alat ang niluto niyang adobo. (The adobo she cooked had less saltiness.) 2) Maalat ang niluto niyang adobo. (The adobo she cooked was salty.) 3) Umalat ang niluto niyang adobo pagkatapos niyang dagdagan ng toyo. (The adobo she cooked became s

1) saltiness (noun) 2) salty (adj) 3) to become salty (active verb) 4) to make something salty (passive verb)
balat

[Active Verb:]
magbalat

[Passive Verb:]
balatan

1) skin, hide (noun) 2) birthmark (on skin) (noun) 3) bark of a tree, peelings (noun)
balatkayo

[Active Verb:]
magbalatkayo

(noun) costume, disguise
balato

[Active Verb:]
magbalato

[Passive Verb:]
balatuan

1) money given away by a winning gambler as goodwill (noun)
balatong (noun) soybean
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
halata (adj) noticeable
hinlalato (noun) middle finger or toe
kalat (adj) widespread -- MAGKALAT

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