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Tagalog English
abitsuwela

[L2 Definition:]
(var.) bitsuelas

(noun) snap bean
agaw1

[Active Verb:]
mang-agaw

[Passive Verb:]
agawan

[Examples:]
1) Huwag kang mang-agaw ng gamit ng iba. (Don't snatch away other people's things.) 2) Umagaw ka sa pabitin.(Get in there and grab for the hanging object.) 3) Inagaw ni Pedro ang baon ni Juan. (Peter snatched John's brown bag.)

1) sudden snatching away (noun) 2) to snatch, to grab (verb) 3) to participate in grabbing (verb)
agaw2

[Active Verb:]
umagaw

[Passive Verb:]
agawin

[Examples:]
1) Huwag kang mang-agaw ng gamit ng iba. (Don't snatch away other people's things.) 2) Umagaw ka sa pabitin.(Get in there and grab for the hanging object.) 3) Inagaw ni Pedro ang baon ni Juan. (Peter snatched John's brown bag.)

1) sudden snatching away (noun) 2) to snatch, to grab (verb) 3) to participate in grabbing (verb)
ampalaya (noun) bitter melon, balsam apple, amargoso
asal (noun) custom, habit, behavior, manners
balibol

[L2 Definition:]
(syn) barena

(noun) awl, auger bit
bitag

[Active Verb:]
bumitag

[Passive Verb:]
bitagin

(noun) snare for birds, based on a looped twine
bitay

[Active Verb:]
magbitay

[Passive Verb:]
bitayin

[Examples:]
1) Magbitay ka. (Hang yourself.) 2) Ibitay mo ang kriminal. ([You] hang the criminal.)

1) to hang one's self by the neck -- MAGBITAY (verb) 2) to hang by the neck -- BITAYIN, IBITAY (verb)
bitbit

[Active Verb:]
magbitbit

[Passive Verb:]
bitbitin

[Examples:]
1) Magbitbit ka ng payong papuntang opisina. (Carry an umbrella to the office.) 2) Bitbitin mo nga ang mga gulay. (Carry the vegetables.)

(verb) to carry or hold by the hand
bitin see bitin1 see bitin2

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