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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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Searching for "ich": 31 records

Tagalog English
alin (pron) which, which one
batog (noun) shelled and boiled corn to which grated coconut and salt are added
bigas

[Examples:]
PALAY is unhusked rice; BIGAS is husked, uncooked rice; KANIN is cooked rice; MALAGKIT is sticky rice (cooked or uncooked); SUMAN is sweet steamed rice wrapped in banana leaves; PUTO is a rice cake. Steamed rice, which is the staple in most meals is SINAI

[Notes:]
PALAY is unhusked rice; BIGAS is husked, uncooked rice; KANIN is cooked rice; MALAGKIT is sticky rice (cooked or uncooked); SUMAN is sweet steamed rice wrapped in banana leaves; PUTO is a rice cake.

(noun) husked and uncooked rice
buhay-mayaman (noun) rich life; an easy-going, affluent life
daan2

[L2 Definition:]
(syn) kalye

[Examples:]
Saan ang daan papuntang bayan? (Which is the way to the city?)

(noun) road, street, way
hakot

[Active Verb:]
humakot

[Passive Verb:]
hakutin

[L2 Definition:]
(syn) dala, karga

[Examples:]
1) Humakot ka ng mga libro. (You take the books you can carry.) 2) Hakutin mo ang mga libro. (Take the books which you can carry.)

[Notes:]
Malay

(noun) load, loading (quantity) (verb) to take what one can carry
hati2

[Active Verb:]
maghati

[Passive Verb:]
hatiin

[Examples:]
1) Maghati na kayong dalawa sa tinapay. (You split the sandwich between the two of you.) 2) Hatiin ninyo ang tinapay sa inyong dalawa. (Split the sandwich between the two of you.)

(verb) to apportion into two, to divide
kalikot

[Passive Verb:]
kalikutin

[Examples:]
Huwag mong kalikutin ang ilong mo. (Don't poke your finger in your nose.)

1) a slender tube with a poking rod with which to crush and mix BUYO (noun) 2) to poke or stir, or poke and scrape into a hole (verb)
kayamanan (noun) wealth, richness
luglog1

[Notes:]
Chinese

(noun) a kind of noodle which is dipped in boiling stock

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This website was updated on: 13-10-2018