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Tagalog English
baliw 1) crazy or demented person (noun) 2) crazy, demented (adj)

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


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


(noun) democracy


(adj) democratic

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(syn) diyablo (noun) (var) dimonyo (intj)


(noun) demon, devil (intj) the deuce

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1) dine (var) 2) nandito (var) 3) parine (var)

Pumarito ka. (You come here.)

1) here (demonstrative) 2) /na--/ (narito) it's here (adv) 3) /pa--/ (parito) come here (verb)

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(var) nandiyan (adv)

Pumariyan si Ana kanina. (Ana had gone there earlier.)

1) there (demonstrative) 2) /na--/ (narito) it's there (adv) 3) /pa--/ (pariyan) go there (verb)

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Pumaroon ka nga. (You go there.)

1) there, yonder, over there, that place over there (dem) 2) /na--/ (naroon) it's there, yonder (adv) 3) /pa--/ (paroon) go there, yonder (verb)

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(var) heto

(dem) here it is, a variant of HETO

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1) Maggiba ka ng lumang bakod. (You demolish the old fence.) 2) Gibain mo ang lumang bakod. (Demolish the old fence.)

(verb) to destroy, to demolish, to ruin

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