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Tagalog English
akit

[Active Verb:]
umakit

[Passive Verb:]
inakit

[Examples:]
1) Akitin mo ang mga mamimili sa pamamagitan ng iyong ganda. (Attract the buyers over by means of your beauty.) 2) Inakit niya ako. (She enticed me.)

(verb) to charm, to attract, to lure, to entice
aksaya

[Active Verb:]
mag-aksaya

[Passive Verb:]
aksayahin

[Examples:]
1) Aksaya lang ng oras ng manood ng TV. (It's only a waste of time watching TV.) 2) Maaksaya sa paggamit ng papel si Nena. (Nena's paper usage is wasteful.) 3) Inaksaya ni Pedro ang kanyang mana. (Peter wasted his inheritance.) 4) Huwag pag-aksayahan ng p

1) waste, wastage (noun) 2) wasteful (adj) 3) wasted (passive verb) 4) to squander, to use something wastefully, to be wasted, to go to waste (active verb)
alitan (noun) conflict, quarrel, misunderstanding
duro1

[Active Verb:]
dumuro

[Passive Verb:]
duruin

[Examples:]
1) Duruin mo ng lapis ang papel. (Pierce the paper with a pencil.) 2) Dumuro ka ng papel sa pamamagitan ng lapis. (You pierce the paper with a pencil.)

(verb) to pierce or to penetrate sharply as with a pointed instrument
higpit2

[Active Verb:]
maghigpit

[Passive Verb:]
higpitan

[Examples:]
1) Maghigpit tayo ng sinturon sa panahon ng taghirap. (We should tighten our belts during hard times.) 2) Higpitan natin ang ating sinturon. (Let's tighten our belts.)

(verb) to tighten
Ikinatútuwá kitang mákilala or Ikinatútuwá kong nákilala ko ikaw (or kayo if plural).

[Expressions Category:]
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I'm pleased to meet you.
kapit1

[Active Verb:]
magkapit

[Passive Verb:]
ikapit

[Examples:]
1) Kumapit siya sa akin. (He held on to me.) 2) Ikapit mo ang kamay mo sa balikat ng bata. (Put your hand on the child's shoulder.) 3) Magkapit kayo at baka kayo mahulog. (Hold on to each other's hands or you might fall.)

1) to hold, to grasp -- KUMAPIT, KAPITAN (verb) 2) to attach to, to connect to --- IKAPIT (verb) 3) to hold on to each other, to join -- MAGKAPIT (verb)
kapit2

[Active Verb:]
kumapit

[Passive Verb:]
kapitan

[Examples:]
1) Kumapit siya sa akin. (He held on to me.) 2) Ikapit mo ang kamay mo sa balikat ng bata. (Put your hand on the child's shoulder.) 3) Magkapit kayo at baka kayo mahulog. (Hold on to each other's hands or you might fall.)

1) to hold, to grasp -- KUMAPIT, KAPITAN (verb) 2) to attach to, to connect to --- IKAPIT (verb) 3) to hold on to each other, to join -- MAGKAPIT (verb)
kapitan (noun) captain
kapitan del baryo (noun) captain, head of the barrio

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