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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
anak

[Active Verb:]
manganak

[Passive Verb:]
ipanganak

[Examples:]
1) Si Maria ay bumalik agad sa trabaho tatlong araw pagkatapos niyang manganak. (Maria returned to work three days after she gave birth.) 2) Ipinanganak na bulag ang bata. (The child was born blind.) 3) Anong araw mo gustong ipanganak ang bata? (What day

1) child, son/daughter, offspring (noun) 2) to be born (verb) 3) to give birth
away1

[Active Verb:]
mang-away

[Passive Verb:]
awayin

[Examples:]
1) May away silang dalawa. (The two of them had a dispute.) 2) Mag-away kayo kung gusto ninyo. (Quarrel with each other if you want.) 3) Huwag mong awayin ang iyong maliit na kapatid. (Don't quarrel with your little sibling.)

1) a quarrel, dispute (noun) 2) to quarrel (with each other) -- mag-away (verb) 3) to quarrel with somebody-- mang-away, awayin (verb)
away2

[Active Verb:]
mag-away

[Examples:]
1) May away silang dalawa. (The two of them had a dispute.) 2) Mag-away kayo kung gusto ninyo. (Quarrel with each other if you want.) 3) Huwag mong awayin ang iyong maliit na kapatid. (Don't quarrel with your little sibling.)

1) a quarrel, dispute (noun) 2) to quarrel (with each other) -- mag-away (verb) 3) to quarrel with somebody-- mang-away, awayin (verb)
bangkero

[Notes:]
Spanish word

(noun) boatman, banker, dealer and/or payer in gambling (shortened to BANGKA, colloquially).
bulag

[Active Verb:]
mabulag

[Passive Verb:]
bulagin

(adj) blind
gaya2 (adv) like, resembling, in the manner of
guho

[Active Verb:]
gumuho

[Examples:]
Gumuho ang gusali matapos itong pasabugin. (The building collapsed after it was blasted.)

(noun) /pag--/ (pagguho) collapse, cave-in, crumbling (verb) to collapse, to cave in, to crumble
hawig (adj) resembling, similar, alike
hiwas (adj) slant, oblique, diagonal
kabig

[Active Verb:]
kumabig

[Passive Verb:]
kabigin

[Examples:]
1) Kumabig siya ng malaki. (He gathered in a big share.) 2) Kabigin mo ang pinanalunan mo. (Get your winnings.)

1) to draw or pull towards one's self (verb) 2) to collect one's winnings in gambling (verb)

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