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Tagalog English
akyat1

[Active Verb:]
mag-akyat

[Passive Verb:]
iakyat

[Examples:]
1) Mag-akyat ka rito ng isang baldeng tubig. (Bring a pail of water up here.) 2) Umakyat ka sa punong mangga. (Go up the mango tree.) 3) Inakyat ni Pepito ang punong mangga. (Pepito went up the mango tree.)

1) to carry something up a height 2) to climb up, to go up something
akyat2

[Active Verb:]
umakyat

[Passive Verb:]
akyatin

[Examples:]
1) Mag-akyat ka rito ng isang baldeng tubig. (Bring a pail of water up here.) 2) Umakyat ka sa punong mangga. (Go up the mango tree.) 3) Inakyat ni Pepito ang punong mangga. (Pepito went up the mango tree.)

1) to carry something up a height 2) to climb up, to go up something
alaga

[Active Verb:]
mag-alaga

[Passive Verb:]
alagaan

[Examples:]
1) Si Maria ay may alagang pagong. (Maria has a pet turtle.) 2) Mag-alaga ka ng bata. (Take care of the child.) 3) Alagaan mo ang iyong kapatid. (Take care of your brother [or sister].)

1) pet, ward, person, animal or the thing being taken care of (noun) 2) to take care of, to raise, to bring (verb)
alalay

[Active Verb:]
umalalay

[Passive Verb:]
alalayan

[Examples:]
1) Kasama ni Nora ang kanyang alalay. (Nora brings along her assistant.) 2) Umalalay siya sa may sakit. (He gave support to the sick.) 3) Alalayan mo ang may sakit. (Help the sick). 4) Alalayan mo ang pagkain. (Eat moderately.)

1) assistant, helper (noun) 2) to take precaution, to practice moderation or to act moderately (verb) 3) to give support, to help (verb)
baon1

[Active Verb:]
magbaon

[Passive Verb:]
baunin

[Examples:]
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)
baon2

[Active Verb:]
bumaon

[Passive Verb:]
ibaon

[Examples:]
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)
buena mano

[Notes:]
(lit.) good hand, borrowed from Spanish

(noun) first customer of the day who is believed to bring good luck in business
daan3

[Active Verb:]
magdaan

[Passive Verb:]
idaan

[Examples:]
1) Magdaan ka ng bigas sa amin mamaya. (Bring some rice to our place later.) 2) Idaan mo ang bigas sa amin mamaya. (Bring the rice to our place later.)

(verb) to drop something by
dala1

[Active Verb:]
magdala

[Passive Verb:]
dalhin

[Examples:]
1) Magdala ka ng payong at uulan mamaya. (You bring an umbrella because it will rain later on.) 2) Dalhin mo ang payong at uulan mamaya. (Bring the umbrella because it will rain later on.)

(verb) to carry, to bring or take away
demanda

[Active Verb:]
magdemanda

[Passive Verb:]
idemanda

[Examples:]
1) Magdemanda ka laban sa kumpanya. (You bring a case against the company.) 2) Idemanda mo ang kumpanya. (File a case against the company.)

[Notes:]
Spanish

(verb) to bring a case to court; to accuse

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