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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
alipusta

[Active Verb:]
umalipusta

[Passive Verb:]
alipustahin

[Examples:]
1) Huwag kang mang-alipusta ng mahirap na tao. (Don't ridicule a poor man.) 2) Inalipusta niya ang mahirap na ale. (She ridiculed the poor woman.)

(verb) to maltreat, to ridicule, to deride, to insult
bagsak1

[Active Verb:]
magbagsak

[Passive Verb:]
bagsakan

[Examples:]
1) Bumagsak ang eroplanong sinasakyan ng pangulo. (The plane the president was riding on crashed.) 2) Huwag mong ibagsak ang telepono. (Don't drop the phone.)

(verb) to fall, to fail, to drop
bagsak2

[Active Verb:]
bumagsak

[Passive Verb:]
ibagsak

[Examples:]
1) Bumagsak ang eroplanong sinakyan ng pangulo. (The plane the president was riding on crashed.) 2) Huwag mong ibagsak ang telepono. (Don't drop the phone.)

(verb) to fall, to fail, to drop
banas

[Active Verb:]
mabanas

[Passive Verb:]
banasin

[L2 Definition:]
(syn) alinsangan

1) sultriness and humidity (noun) 2) sultry, humid -- MAALINSANGAN (adj)
banat1

[Active Verb:]
magbanat

[Passive Verb:]
banatin

[Examples:]
1) Magbanat ka ng buto. (Stretch your bones. -literal; Do some work. -Idiom.) 2) Banatin mo ang iyong buto sa trabaho. (Stretch your bones with some work.) 3) Bumanat siya sa usapan. (He actively joined in the discussion. -colloq.) 4) Binanatan niya ang k

1) a strike, sock, box or stroke to hit something (noun) 2) a pull to stretch (noun) 3) taut, stretched (adj) 4) to pull, to stretch (verb)
banat2

[Active Verb:]
bumanat

[Passive Verb:]
banatan

[Examples:]
1) Magbanat ka ng buto. (Stretch your bones. -literal; Do some work. -Idiom.) 2) Banatin mo ang iyong buto sa trabaho. (Stretch your bones with some work.) 3) Bumanat siya sa usapan. (He actively joined in the discussion. -colloq.) 4) Binanatan niya ang k

1) a strike, sock, box or stroke to hit something (noun) 2) a pull to strech (noun) 3) taut, stretched (adj) 4) to pull, to stretch (verb)
bukal

[Examples:]
Bukal sa loob niya ang tumulong sa iba. (He is sincere in helping other people.)

(adj) open, wide-open (idiom) sincere, without hesitation
dahas

[L2 Definition:]
1) puwersa, lakas (syn) 2) tapang (syn) 3) lupit, bangis, bagsik (syn)

1) force, violence of action (noun) 2) intrepidity (noun) 3) ruthlessness (noun)
diin

[Active Verb:]
dumiin

[Passive Verb:]
idiin

[Examples:]
1) Dumiin siya sa pintuan. (He pressed hard against the door.) 2) Idiin mo ang iyong kamay sa pintuan. (Press your hand against the door.)

1) heavily pressed (adj) (madiin) 2) to press hard, to press downward (verb)
dikit3

[Active Verb:]
magdikit

[Passive Verb:]
idikit

[Examples:]
1) Magdikit ka ng papel sa dingding. (You paste some paper on the wall.) 2) Idikit mo ang papel sa dingding. (Paste the paper on the wall.)

(verb) to paste, to stick, to glue something

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