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Tagalog Translator *Online*

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Tagalog English
agap

[Active Verb:]
umagap

[Passive Verb:]
agapan

[Examples:]
1) Maagap si Basilio sa pagdating sa trabaho. (Basilio is punctual at work.) 2) Agapan mo ang mga sariwang gulay sa palengke. (Get to the market early to get the fresh vegetables.) 3) Inagapan niya ang mga sariwang isda sa palengke kaninang madaling araw.

1) promptness, quickness (noun) 2) prompt, punctual, quick (adj) 3) to anticipate, to watch for something, to make sure that one gets it, take advantage of something by being early or prompt
agaw1

[Active Verb:]
mang-agaw

[Passive Verb:]
agawan

[Examples:]
1) Huwag kang mang-agaw ng gamit ng iba. (Don't snatch away other people's things.) 2) Umagaw ka sa pabitin.(Get in there and grab for the hanging object.) 3) Inagaw ni Pedro ang baon ni Juan. (Peter snatched John's brown bag.)

1) sudden snatching away (noun) 2) to snatch, to grab (verb) 3) to participate in grabbing (verb)
agaw2

[Active Verb:]
umagaw

[Passive Verb:]
agawin

[Examples:]
1) Huwag kang mang-agaw ng gamit ng iba. (Don't snatch away other people's things.) 2) Umagaw ka sa pabitin.(Get in there and grab for the hanging object.) 3) Inagaw ni Pedro ang baon ni Juan. (Peter snatched John's brown bag.)

1) sudden snatching away (noun) 2) to snatch, to grab (verb) 3) to participate in grabbing (verb)
laya2 (adj) /ma--/ free; emancipated; independent
lipat see lipat1 see lipat2
lipat1

[Active Verb:]
lumipat

[Examples:]
Lumipat na ba kayo sa inyong bagong bahay? (Did you already move to your new house?)

(verb) to transfer; to move to another place
lipat2

[Active Verb:]
maglipat

[Passive Verb:]
ilipat

[Examples:]
1) Tulungan natin maglipat sina Sheila at Rhoda ng gamit. (Let us help Sheila and Rhoda move their things.) 2) Ilipat mo sa ibang tasa ang sabaw. (Transfer the soup to another bowl.)

(verb) to transfer (something); to move (something) to another place
patong

[Active Verb:]
magpatong

[Passive Verb:]
ipatong

[Examples:]
1) Magpatong ka ng dyaryo sa ibabaw ng mesa. (You put a newspaper on top of the table.) 2) Ipatong mo ang dyaryo sa ibabaw ng mesa. (Put the newspaper on top of the table.)

(verb) to put on top; to put over; to lay
sali1

[Active Verb:]
sumali

[Examples:]
Sumali tayo sa prosisyon. (Let us join the procession.)

(verb) to participate; to join
sali2

[Active Verb:]
magsali

[Passive Verb:]
isali

[Examples:]
1) Magsali ka ng ilang bata sa ating laro. (You include some children in our game.) 2) Isali mo ang mga bata sa laro. (Include the children in the game.)

(verb) to allow one to participate; to include in a group or group work

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