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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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Active: Umabante ka ng kaunti. (You move forward a little.) Passive: Iabante mo ang kotse ng kaunti. (Move the car forward a little.)

1) to move forward (active verb) 2) to move something forward (passive verb)
ale (noun) aunt, step mother; expression addressed to a woman; reference to a woman.

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(var) amirol

Spanish word

(noun) laundry starch

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1) Ano ang dala mong baon ngayon? (What food did you have for today?) 2) Magbaon ka ng tinapay para hindi ka magutom. (Bring some bread so you will not get hungry.) 3) Bumaon ang sapatos ko sa putik. (My shoes got covered with mud.) 4) Ibaon mo ang patay

1) provision or supply food taken on journey (noun) 2) to carry provisions or supply usually food (verb) 3) to become buried, to sink -- BUMAON (verb) 4) to bury something -- IBAON (verb)
batya (noun) laundry tub

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1) Magbawas ka ng kaunting kanin sa plato. (Lessen some of the rice on the plate.) 2) Ibawas mo ang bayad ko sa utang ko sa iyo. (Deduct this payment from what I owe you.)

(verb) to lessen, to remove (something) from

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1) Bumunton ang basura sa bangketa. (The garbage piled up on the streetwalk.) 2) Ibunton mo ang maruming damit sa batya. (Pile the dirty laundry on the wash basin.)

1) heap, pile (noun) 2) to pile up, to crowd in -- BUMUNTON (verb) 3) to put into a pile, to put in a heap or mound -- MAGBUNTON, IBUNTON (verb)

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1) Magdagdag ka ng kaunting asukal sa kape. (You add some sugar in the coffee.) 2) Idagdag mo ang asukal sa kape. (Add the sugar in the coffee.)

(verb) to add, to supplement, to increase
daungan (noun) port or wharf

Ka Pedro, Ka Juana. (Elder Pedro, elder Juana.)

(adj) appelation for elders and distant uncles or aunts

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