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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
alila

[Active Verb:]
mag-alila

[Passive Verb:]
alilain

1. (noun) slave, servant 2. (active verb) to make, or to treat somebody like a slave 3. (passive verb) to be made, or to be treated like a slave
basag1

[Active Verb:]
magbasag

[Passive Verb:]
basagan

[Examples:]
1) Basag ang salamin. (The mirror is broken.) 2) Huwag kang malikot at baka ka makabasag ng pinggan. (Don't be rough or you might break some china.) 3) Baka basagin ng bata ang plorera. (The child might break the flower vase.)

1) broken (adj) 2) to break china, glassware or earthenware accidentally; to be able to break (verb) 3) to break glassware, china, earthenware; to crack; to break repeatedly (verb)
basag2

[Active Verb:]
bumasag

[Passive Verb:]
basagin

[Examples:]
1) Basag ang salamin. (The mirror is broken.) 2) Huwag kang malikot at baka ka makabasag ng pinggan. (Don't be rough or you might break some china.) 3) Baka basagin ng bata ang plorera. (The child might break the flower vase.)

1) broken (adj) 2) to break china, glassware or earthenware accidentally; to be able to break (verb) 3) to break glassware, china, earthenware; to crack; to break repeatedly (verb)
basag3

[Passive Verb:]
mabasag

[Examples:]
1) Basag ang salamin. (The mirror is broken.) 2) Huwag kang malikot at baka ka makabasag ng pinggan. (Don't be rough or you might break some china.) 3) Baka basagin ng bata ang plorera. (The child might break the flower vase.)

1) broken (adj) 2) to break china, glassware or earthenware accidentally; to be able to break (verb) 3) to break glassware, china, earthenware; to crack; to break repeatedly (verb)
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)
kamot

[Active Verb:]
kumamot

[Passive Verb:]
kamutin

[Examples:]
1) Kumamot na lang siya ng ulo. (He just scratched his head.) 2) Magkamot ka na lang ng ulo. (Just scratch your head.) 3) Mangamot ka na lang ng pusa. (Just scratch a cat.)

1) to scratch one's self -- KUMAMOT (verb) 2) to scratch repeatedly -- MAGKAMOT (verb) 3) to scratch somebody -- MANGAMOT, KAMUTIN (verb)
kung

[Examples:]
KUNG + DI = if not KUNG + MAAARI = whether possible KUNG + MINSAN = sometimes KUNG + PAANO = how done KUNG + SAAN = where

(conj) when, whenever, if, during (conjunction used to indicate non-actual occurrences viewed as unreal, hypothetical or repeated.)
nang2 (adv) particle added to an adjective to make an adverb of it, as TUMAKBO SIYA NANG MATULIN. He ran swiftly; used between repeated verbs to indicate intensity or continuity of the action, as TUMAKBO SIYA NANG TUMAKBO. He kept on running.
putol3

[Active Verb:]
magputol

[Passive Verb:]
putulin

[Examples:]
1) Huwag kang madalas magputol ng kahoy. (You should not cut the trees often.) 2) Putulin mo lagi ang iyong buhok minsan isang buwan. (Always have your haircut at least once a month.)

(verb) to cut intensively, repeatedly
putol4

[Passive Verb:]
putulan

(verb) to cut intensively, repeatedly

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