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Tagalog English
ambag

[Active Verb:]
mag-ambag

[Passive Verb:]
iambag

[Examples:]
Mag-ambag tayo para sa mga mahihirap. (Let's give something to the poor.)

1) contribution, share in a collective affair (noun) 2) to contribute, to give a share of any kind (verb)
desgrasya

[L2 Definition:]
(syn) sakuna, aksidente (misfortune) (syn) kahihiyan, kasiraang puri (disgrace) (var) disgrasya

[Notes:]
Spanish

(noun) misfortune, disgrace
desgrasya

[L2 Definition:]
(syn) sakuna, aksidente (misfortune) (syn) kahihiyan, kasiraang puri (disgrace) (var) disgrasya

(noun) misfortune, disgrace
gamot3

[Active Verb:]
manggamot

[Passive Verb:]
gamutin

[Examples:]
1) Manggamot ka ng mga mahihirap sa baryo. (You treat the poor people in the barrio.) 2) Gamutin mo ang sakit ng mga mahihirap. (Treat the illness of the poor people.)

(verb) to treat other's (outside of self)
handog

[Active Verb:]
maghandog

[Passive Verb:]
ihandog

[Examples:]
1) Maghandog tayo ng alay sa simbahan. (Let us offer some gifts to the church.) 2) Ihandog natin ang ating sarili sa kapakanan ng mga mahihirap. (Let us dedicate ourselves in the service of the poor.)

(noun) offering, gift, present (verb) to offer, to dedicate
hihip

[Active Verb:]
humihip

[Passive Verb:]
hipan

[L2 Definition:]
(var) ihip

[Examples:]
1) Humihip ang hangin ng malakas. (The wind blew hard.) 2) Hipan mo ang kandila. (Blow out the candle.)

(noun) blowing (as of wind from mouth) (verb) to blow (as of the wind or from the mouth) -- humihip (verb) to blow on something -- hipan
hinayang (noun) (rw. SAYANG) feeling of regret for not having utilized something or not having taken advantage of the situation (noun) /pang--/ (panghihinayang) regret

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