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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
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
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)
iwan see iwan1 see iwan2
iwan1

[Active Verb:]
mag-iwan

[Passive Verb:]
iwanan

[Examples:]
1) Mag-iwan ka ng pera para pampamalengke. (You leave some money for the groceries.) 2) Iwanan mo ang pera sa mesa. (Leave the money on the table.)

(verb) to leave something behind; to be left behind
iwan2

[Active Verb:]
mang-iwan

[Examples:]
Huwag kang mang-iwan ng kasama. (Don't you leave your companions behind.)

(verb) to leave somebody or someone behind
iyak

[Active Verb:]
umiyak

[Examples:]
Umiyak ang bata ng iwan siya ng kanyang nanay. (The child cried after his mother left him.)

(verb) to cry
karaniwan (adj) ordinary, common, usual
liwanag (adj) /ma--/ bright; clear; distinct
sagap1

[Active Verb:]
makasagap

[Examples:]
Umakyat ka sa bundok kung gusto mong makasagap ng sariwang hangin. (You go up the mountain if you want to inhale some fresh air.)

(verb) to inhale something; figuratively, to pick up a rumor unintentionally

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