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a native term for 'fifty centavos' is ISANG SALAPI

(num) fifty

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Ikaw ba ang sumira sa aking damit? (Are you the one who ripped my clothes?)

(verb) to destroy; to break; to rip; to tear

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1) Magingat ka at baka ka masubsob sa gulo. (You should be careful or you might be involved in trouble.) 2) Huwag mong isubsob ang sarili mo sa away nila. (Don't get yourself involved in their fight.)

(verb) to get intensely involved

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1) Sumukat ka ng ilang sapatos. (You should try on some pairs of shoes.) 2) Sukatin mo ang haba ng tali. (Measure the length of the rope.)

(verb) to measure; to try on

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1) Magsukat ka ng ilang sapatos. (You try on some pairs of shoes.) 2) Isukat mo itong sapatos. (Try on this pair of shoes.)

(verb) to try on

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1) Magsukbit ka ng sinturon. (You should wear a belt.) 2) Isukbit mo ang sinturon. (Wear the belt.)

(verb) to let something hang from the waistline; to hook on to one's belt, skirt, or trousers

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Isulat mo ang sasabihin ko sa iyo. (Write down what I will tell you.)

(verb) to write

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1) Magsulsi ka ng sirang pantalon. (You mend the broken pants.) 2) Sulsihan mo ang sirang pantalon. (Mend the broken pants.)

(verb) to mend clothes

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1) Huwag ka nang manulsol sa away ng mga kapatid mo. (You should not prod your brothers to fight more.) 2) Gusto niyang sulsulan ang kanyang anak na makipag-away sa kanilang kapit-bahay. (She likes to instigate her son to have a fight with their neighbors

(verb) to prod; to incite someone to do something usually not good; to instigate

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