jeep bridge flag women boat

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.

Expressions categories:

Conversation - Emergency - Food - General - Language - Money - Numbers - Relationships - Time - Travel
Download Tagalog Translator 3 for Windows

Search for

  

Searching for "as i": 31 records

Tagalog English
akto

[Active Verb:]
umakto

[Examples:]
Umakto siyang baliw sa isang palabas. (He took the role of a crazy person in a play.)

[Notes:]
Spanish word

to act, to perform as in a play, to behave
andar

[Active Verb:]
umandar

[Examples:]
Umandar ang kotse. (The car started.)

[Notes:]
Spanish word

(verb) to work, to function, to start as in machinery
anuman (pron) whatsoever; usually occurs with WALANG as in WALANG ANUMAN to mean "not at all" or "there is nothing to it".
asarol

[Active Verb:]
mag-asarol

[Passive Verb:]
asarolin

[Examples:]
Asarolin natin ang halamanan. (Let's hoe the garden.)

1) a large hoe (noun) 2) to use a hoe, as in tilling the soil (verb)
bagyo

[Active Verb:]
bumagyo

[Passive Verb:]
bagyuhin

[Examples:]
1) Baka ka bagyuhin sa probinsya. (You might get hit by a storm in the province.) 2) Bumagyo ng malakas kahapon. (The storm was raging yesterday.)

1) storm, typhoon (noun) 2) to be hit by a storm or typhoon (phenomenal verb) 3) to rain violently as in a storm or typhoon (phenomenal verb)
bawat (pron) each; every; as in BAWAT ISA; everyone, everybody
bigas

[Examples:]
PALAY is unhusked rice; BIGAS is husked, uncooked rice; KANIN is cooked rice; MALAGKIT is sticky rice (cooked or uncooked); SUMAN is sweet steamed rice wrapped in banana leaves; PUTO is a rice cake. Steamed rice, which is the staple in most meals is SINAI

[Notes:]
PALAY is unhusked rice; BIGAS is husked, uncooked rice; KANIN is cooked rice; MALAGKIT is sticky rice (cooked or uncooked); SUMAN is sweet steamed rice wrapped in banana leaves; PUTO is a rice cake.

(noun) husked and uncooked rice
bise (noun) vice, as in BISE-PRESIDENTE (vice-president)
dugo1

[Passive Verb:]
duguin

[Examples:]
Madalas duguin si Maria kapag siya ay naoperhan. (Maria often bleeds profusely after a surgery.)

1) blood (noun) 2) to bleed profusely, as in a hemorrage (verb)
inin (adj) food fully cooked (as in rice) after having been kept over hot coals for sometime

Results Page:
2 3 4 Next 

During the last few hours, visitors of this website have searched for the following words and phrases:
alalahanin (2), almost ripe (1), amu (32), bakala (1), bicol (1), clining (2), eated (11), eating (4), emp (37), everlasting (1), fanatic (1), gabi (32), gaha (8), gandang hapon (1), gawa (11), get in (5), hapun (8), hayag (2), he wants (13), hearse (1), hub (3), humampas (1), ilusot (1), indah (3), ipin (29), killed (3), kinu (3), landi (2), langit (2), lens (1), luw (14), magha (26), mahabag (1), mano (16), nge (78), ngilin (1), platter (1), poet (1), pugo (3), sinti (4), siyang (21), supplication (1), tall (19), tul (64), twins (1), uka (62), wag kang makulit (1), waray (1), wriggling (1), yaban (2), and much more...


Related pages to visit:
Tagalog Translator for Windows

Partnership linking:
Manokan.net - Young Focus

PLEASE HELP
If you are using this website or the stand-alone program, then please donate. I will use your money for hosting this website, for more advanced search mechanisms, and for additional functionality.
Any amount will do! Click on the "donate" button and follow the instructions there (secured by PayPal).

mountains map children mall buildings

Philippines headlines:


This website has been developed by Stefan van Roosmalen, Almere, The Netherlands
Copyright (C) 2006-2009
This website was updated on: 14-11-2017