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Sa kanyang pakiramdam, humigpit ang kanyang sinturon pagkatapos siyang kumain ng mabigat na hapunan. (He felt that his belt tightened up after he had a heavy dinner.)

(adj) /ma--/ (mahigpit) tight, strict (verb) to become tight

[L2 Definition:]
with LAMANG, denotes minimum act or the least to do; as MAGLUTO KA MAN LAMANG SANA, the least you could do is cook

(adv) also; too; as AKO MAN, I, too.

expresses transition to another subject, hence also mild contrast, as HABANG SI JUANA AY NAGLULUTO, SI JUAN NAMAN AY NAGLILINIS NG BAHAY, while Juana is cooking, Juan cleans the house; ANO KA BA NAMANG TAO? What sort of person are you, anyway?

(id) usually emphasizing the fact or the feeling involved in the expression

Aba! Bakit ngayon mo lang sinabi? (Hey, how come you only said it now?)

(intj.) an exclamation of surprise, wonder, or disgust; emphatic denial.

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Maglahok ka ng bawang sa gulay. (You add some garlic to the vegetable mix.)

(noun) an ingredient (verb) to add to a mixture

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1) Lumaktaw siya ng ilang hakbang papanik sa hagdanan. (He skipped several steps going up the stairs.) 2) Huwag mong laktawan ang ilang bilang sa pagsusulit. (Don't skip some numbers in the examination.)

(noun) omission of step after making several consecutive ones (verb) to skip or omit a few steps in a series supposed to be done consecutively

a native term for 'fifty centavos' is ISANG SALAPI

(num) fifty

Habang siya ay natutulog... (While she was asleep...)

(syn) samantalang

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1) Sumagot ka na ba sa sulat ni Ana? (Did you reply to Ana's letter yet?) 2) Sagutin mo na ang sulat ni Ana. (Respond to Ana's letter.)

(verb) to answer; to reply

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Lumusob ang sandatahang Amerikano sa Iraq kahapon. (The American forces attacked Iraq yesterday.)

(verb) to attack; to assault

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