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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
banil (noun) adhering dirt on neck
bunton

[Active Verb:]
bumunton

[Passive Verb:]
ibunton

[Examples:]
1) Bumunton ang basura sa bangketa. (The garbage piled up on the streetwalk.) 2) Ibunton mo ang maruming damit sa batya. (Pile the dirty laundry on the wash basin.)

1) heap, pile (noun) 2) to pile up, to crowd in -- BUMUNTON (verb) 3) to put into a pile, to put in a heap or mound -- MAGBUNTON, IBUNTON (verb)
dumi (noun) dirt (adj) /ma--/ (marumi) dirty, unclean, filthy
dungis (noun) dirt on the face (adj) /ma--/ (madungis) dirty
hilod

[Active Verb:]
maghilod

[Passive Verb:]
hiludin

[Examples:]
1) Maghilod ka ng iyong paa sa pagligo mo. (You scrub your feet when you take a shower.) 2) Hiludin mo ang iyong paa. (Scrub your feet.)

(verb) to scrub the skin to remove dirt
hiwalay2

[Active Verb:]
maghiwalay

[Passive Verb:]
ihiwalay

[Examples:]
1) Maghiwalay ka ng pagkain para sa tatay. (You set aside some food for father.) 2) Ihiwalay mo ang maruming damit. (Sort out the dirty clothes.)

(verb) to sort out, to set apart
kulangot

[Active Verb:]
mangulangot

[Examples:]
Huwag kang mangulangot sa harap ng ibang tao. (You should not pick your nose before other people.)

(noun) nose dirt (verb) to pick one's nose
laba

[Active Verb:]
maglaba

[Passive Verb:]
labhan

[Examples:]
1) Maglaba ka mamayang gabi. (You wash the clothes tonight.) 2) Labhan mo ang mga maruruming pantalon. (Wash the dirty pants.)

(verb) to wash (clothes), to launder
lamas1

[Active Verb:]
maglamas

[Passive Verb:]
lamasin

[Examples:]
1) Maglamas ka ng patatas. (You mash some potatoes.) 2) Lamasin mo ng asin ang isda. (Mash the fish with salt.)

(verb) to mash or crush with the hand; to make dirty
lamas2

[Active Verb:]
manglamas

[Passive Verb:]
lamasin

(verb) to mash or crush with the hand; to make dirty

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