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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
bugtong 1) riddle (noun) 2) one and only child (adj)
bukod

[Active Verb:]
bumukod

[Passive Verb:]
ibukod

[Examples:]
1) Bumukod na siya sa amin. (He separated from us.) 2) Ibukod mo ang para kay Jose. (Set aside what is for John.) 3) Kasama rin niya ang kanyang mga anak bukod sa kanyang asawa. (His child was with him in addition to his wife.)

1) to separate from -- BUMUKOD (verb) 2) to set apart -- MAGBUKOD, IBUKOD 3) besides, in addition to (conj)
bulyaw

[Active Verb:]
bumulyaw

[Passive Verb:]
bulyawan

[Examples:]
Bulyawan mo ang mga maingay na bata. (Shout at the noisy children.)

1) loud or shouted rebuke or reproach; angry and sudden shout to drive away fowls and animals (noun) 2) to shout at, to rebuke or reproach
dapa3

[Active Verb:]
magdapa

[Passive Verb:]
idapa

[Examples:]
1) Magdapa ka ng bata sa kama. (You lay a child on his stomach in bed.) 2) Idapa mo ang bata sa kama. (Lay the child on his stomach in bed.)

(verb) to lay someone flat on his chest or stomach
dilat5

[Active Verb:]
mangdilat

[Passive Verb:]
dilatan

[Examples:]
1) Huwag kang mangdilat ng hindi mo kilala. (Don't stare at someone you don't know.) 2) Dilatan mo ang bata kung gusto mong ipakita ang galit mo. (Give a child a wide-eye stare if you want to tell him you are angry.)

(verb) to stare at someone with wide eyes
gamot1

[Active Verb:]
gumamot

[Passive Verb:]
gamutin

[Examples:]
1) Gumamot ng bata ang doktor. (The doctor treated the child.) 2) Gamutin mo ang batang may sakit. (Treat the sick child.)

1) medicine (noun) 2) to treat, especially with medicine (verb)
ginaw

[Passive Verb:]
ginawin

[Examples:]
Magsuot ka ng dyaket at baka ka ginawin. (You should put on a jacket or you might feel cold.)

1) cold, coldness, freezing temperature (noun) 2) /ma--/ (maginaw) cold, chilly, freezing (adj) 3) to become cold (verb) 4) /ma--/ to feel cold (verb)
gising3

[Active Verb:]
manggising

[Passive Verb:]
gisingin

[Examples:]
1) Manggising ka ng natutulog na bata. (You wake up the sleeping child.) 2) Gisingin mo ang natutulog na bata. (Wake up the sleeping child.)

(verb) to rouse someone
gugol2

[Active Verb:]
maggugol

[Passive Verb:]
igugol

[Examples:]
1) Gusto kong maggugol ng oras sa aking mga anak. (I want to spend time with my children.) 2) Igugol mo ang oras mo sa iyong mga anak. (Spend your time with your kids.)

(verb) to spend, to appropriate something
hagis1

[Active Verb:]
humagis

[Examples:]
Humagis ang bata sa kotse. (The child was thrown off the car.)

(verb) to be thrown off

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