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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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Tagalog English
agos

[Active Verb:]
umagos

[Passive Verb:]
iagos

[Examples:]
1) Mabilis ang agos sa ilog. (The current in the river is fast.) 2) Maagos ang ilog ngayong tag-ulan. (The river has swift currents this rainy season.) 3) Baka agusin inyong bangka sa lakas ng ulan. (Your boat might be carried away by the current because

1) current (noun) 2) having swift currents (adj) 3) to be carried away by the current (verb) 4) to flow (verb)
ahit

[Active Verb:]
mag-ahit

[Passive Verb:]
ahitin

[Examples:]
1) Ahitin mo ang iyong balbas. (Shave your beard.) 2) Inahit ni Pedro ang kanyang balbas. (Pedro shaved his beard.) 3) Makinis ang ahit niyang ulo. (His shaved head is smooth.)

1) the shaved part; a shaving service (noun) 2) to shave (verb)
akala

[Active Verb:]
mag-akala

[Passive Verb:]
akalain

[Examples:]
1) Iyan ay maling akala. (That is a wrong idea.) 2) Akala ko'y kumain ka na. (I thought you had already eaten.) 3) Huwag kang mag-akala na ako ay taksil. (Don't get the idea that I'm unfaithful.) 4) Baka akalain mong ako ay taksil. (You might think I'm un

1) idea, belief (noun) 2) to think (post-verb) 3) to believe, to presume, to think, to conceive, to imagine, to opine (active verb)
aling (adj) a title of familiar respect used with the first name of a woman; when the name is not appended, the noun form is ALE.
aso

[L2 Definition:]
uri ng hayop

[Examples:]
1) Pedro has a dog. (Si Pedro ay may alagang aso.) 2) Kung may aso, may apoy. (If there's smoke, there's fire.)

[Notes:]
A dog is a delicacy in some northern provinces of the Philippines, e.g., Baguio, Ilocos, Cagayan, etc.

1) dog (noun) 2) smoke (noun)
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
dakila

[Examples:]
Si Jose Rizal ay isang dakilang bayani ng Pilipinas. (Jose Rizal is a great hero of the Philippines.)

(adj) great, eminent, majestic, noble
dapa2

[Examples:]
Huwag kang tumakbo ng mabilis at baka ka madapa. (Don't run too fast or you might fall.)

(verb) /ma--/ to fall unexpectedly, to stumble
deposito2

[Active Verb:]
magdeposito

[Passive Verb:]
ideposito

[Examples:]
1) Magdeposito ka ng pera mamayang hapon. (You deposit the money in the bank this afternoon.) 2) Ideposito mo na ang pera mamayang hapon. (Deposit the money in the bank this afternoon.)

[Notes:]
Spanish

(verb) to make a deposit in the bank; to store up
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)

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