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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
ikot2

[Active Verb:]
mag-ikot

[Passive Verb:]
iikot

[Examples:]
1) Ayaw niyang mag-ikot ng kotse sa kapitbahayan. (He does not want to take the car around the neighborhood.) 2) Iikot mo muna ang kotse bago mo iparada. (Turn around the car before you park it.)

(verb) to turn something around, to take around
layas2

[Active Verb:]
maglayas

[Examples:]
Maglayas tayo sa kagubatan. (Let us wander around the forest.)

(verb) to travel around in vagabondage or wanderlust
libot1

[Active Verb:]
lumibot

[Examples:]
Lumibot ka ba sa buong Espanya? (Did you go around Spain?)

(verb) to go around; to wander
libot2

[Active Verb:]
maglibot

[Examples:]
Maglibot ka muna sa palengke bago ka umuwi. (You go around the market before you go home.)

(verb) to go around; to wander
liko2

[Active Verb:]
magliko

[Passive Verb:]
iliko

[Examples:]
1) Magliko ka ng iyong kotse sa kanto. (You turn around your car at the corner.) 2) Iliko mo ang kotse sa kanto. (Turn the car at the corner.)

(verb) to turn something
pihit1

[Active Verb:]
pumihit

[Examples:]
Pumihit ka nang kaunti sa kaliwa. (You turn a little to the left.)

(verb) to turn around
pulupot1 (adj) twisted; coiled around something
pulupot2

[Active Verb:]
magpulupot

[Passive Verb:]
ipulupot

[Examples:]
1) Magpulupot ka ng basang damit. (You twist the wet clothes.) 2) Ipulupot mo ang basang pantalon. (Twist the wet pair of pants.)

(verb) to twist around or to wind around something
sinag (noun) ray of light (from sun, moon, stars, lamp); halo around the heads of images of saints
sugapa (adj) inveterate drunkard who reels around habitually when drunk

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