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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
alangan

[Active Verb:]
mag-alangan

[Examples:]
1) Alangan ang kanyang pagtitiwala sa gobyerno. (He is doubtful about trusting the government.) 2) Huwag kang mag-alangan tungkol sa iyong pananampalataya sa Diyos. (Don't doubt your faith in God.)

1) uncertain, doubtful, insufficient, not fitted, unfit (adj) 2) to be uncertain, to be doubtful, to be inadequate (active verb)
aliwalas 1) clarity, spaciousness (noun) 2) /ma-/ clear, spacious, open, well-ventilated (adj)
baiwang (noun) waist
bitiw2

[Active Verb:]
bumitiw

[Passive Verb:]
bitiwan

[Examples:]
1) Bumitiw siya sa aking pagkakahawak. (He released himself from my grip.) 2) Nais ng presidente na magbitiw sa kanyang katungkulan. (The president wants to resign from office.)

1) to release one's hold or grip -- BUMITIW (verb) 2) to resign, to let go -- MAGBITIW (verb)
bukang-liwayway

[L2 Definition:]
(syn) madaling-araw

(noun) break of day; dawn
diwa (noun) spirit, thought
diwata (noun) goddess
gawi

[Active Verb:]
gumawi

[Examples:]
Gumawi ka sa kaliwa. (You move to the left.)

1) side, direction (noun) 2) to go or move in a certain direction, to be inclined to or accustomed to (verb)
hiwa see hiwa1 see hiwa2 see hiwa3

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