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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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1) May pagbabago ba sa itsura nila? (Was there a change in their looks?) 2) Mukhang bago ang kotse mo. (Your car looks new.) 3) Bago ka pumunta sa opisina, dumaan ka muna sa tindahan. (Before you go to the office, stop by the store.)

1) change -- PAGBABAGO (noun) 2) new, recent, modern (adj) 3) before, recently (adv/ conj)
bobo (adj) dumb, stupid, dull

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Dumaan ka mamaya sa bahay. (You pass by the house later.)

(verb) to pass by

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Huwag kang dumagan sa maliit na bisikleta at baka masira iyan. (Don't put your weight on the small bicycle or it might break.)

(verb) to put one's weight on something

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Dumagsa ang napakaraming tao sa kalye matapos manalo ang Chicago Bulls sa NBA finals. (A sudden flow of people in the street emerged after the Chicago Bulls won the NBA finals.)

(verb) to have a sudden, tumultuous and confusing flow of people

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1) May daing siya tungkol sa kanyang trabaho. (He has a complaint about his job.) 2) Dumaing siya sa doktor dahil sa sakit ng kanyang tiyan. (He complained to the doctor about his stomachache.)

1) complaint (noun) 2) to complain, to moan (verb)

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1) Dumakot ka ng buhangin sa dalampasigan. (Grasp a handful of sand from the seashore.) 2) Dakutin mo ang buhangin sa dalampasigan. (Grasp some sand from the seashore.)

(verb) to grasp a handful

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1) Dumalangin ka sa Diyos tungkol sa iyong mga problema. (You pray fervently to God about your problems.) 2) Idalangin mo sa Diyos ang iyong mga problema. (Pray fervently to God about your problems.)

(verb) to pray fervently

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1) Dumalaw ka naman sa amin. (You come and visit us.) 2) Dalawin mo kami. (Pay us a visit.)

(verb) to visit, to make a call

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1) Dumalo siya sa aking kaarawan. (She attended my birthday party.) 2) Daluhan mo ang aking kaarawan. (Come to my birthday party.)

(verb) to attend to, to succor

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