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Tagalog Translator *Online*

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Tagalog English
dilig

[Active Verb:]
magdilig

[Passive Verb:]
diligin

[Examples:]
1) Magdilig ka ng halaman mamayang hapon. (You water the plants later this afternoon.) 2) Diligin mo ang mga halaman. (Water the plants.)

(verb) to sprinkle water on; to water (plants)
hilig

[Notes:]
Malay

(noun) inclination, leaning position, propensity, tendency (adj) /ma--/ (mahilig) having the inclination or tendency to
kilig

[Active Verb:]
mangkilig

[Passive Verb:]
kiligin

[Examples:]
Malamig sa labas, baka ka kiligin. (It is cold outside, you might shiver.)

(verb) to shudder, to shiver, to chill
lagpak2

[Active Verb:]
maglagpak

[Passive Verb:]
ilagpak

[Examples:]
1) Siya kilalang guro na mahilig maglagpak ng estudyante. (She is the teacher well-known for failing students.) 2) Ayaw niyang ilagpak ang estudyante sa kurso. (She does not want to fail the student in her class.)

(verb) to fail, to drop
ligaw3

[Active Verb:]
mangligaw

[Passive Verb:]
iligaw

[Examples:]
1) Marunong mangligaw ng babae si Bill. (Bill knows how to court a girl.) 2) Iligaw mo si Bill kay Monica. (Court Monica for Bill.)

(verb) to court; to woo
ligaw5

[Active Verb:]
mangligaw

[Passive Verb:]
iligaw

[Examples:]
1) Mahilig siyang mangligaw ng tao mula sa ibang bayan. (He is fond of misleading strangers from out of town.) 2) Huwag mong iligaw ang bisita. (Don't mislead the visitor.)

(verb) to guide to the wrong way; to misguide
ligtas

[Active Verb:]
magligtas

[Passive Verb:]
iligtas

[Examples:]
Magligtas tayo ng mga nalulunod sa dagat. (Let us save some people who are drowning at sea.)

(verb) to save; to free
lihi

[Active Verb:]
maglihi

[Passive Verb:]
paglihian

[Examples:]
1) Mahilig maglihi ang kanyang asawa sa mangga. (His wife always wants to have mangoes during her first months of pregnancy.) 2) Lagi niyang gustong paglihian ang mangga. (She is always fond of mangoes during her first months of pregnancy.)

(verb) to show first signs of pregnancy
lito

[Active Verb:]
manglito

[Passive Verb:]
lituhin

[Examples:]
1) Bakit ka ba mahilig manglito ng tao? (Why are you fond of confusing people?) 2) Huwag mo naman kaming lituhin. (Please don't confuse us.)

(verb) to confuse
pansin

[Active Verb:]
pumansin

[Passive Verb:]
pansinin

[Examples:]
1) Huwag ka nang pumansin ng kanyang mga kahinaan. (You should not pay attention to his weaknesses.) 2) Pansinin mo naman ang manliligaw mo. (Give some attentin to your suitor.)

(verb) to give attention to; to take notice of

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