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Tagalog Translator *Online*

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Tagalog English
baga

[Examples:]
Ikaw baga, ay nagasawa? (Did you [ever] get married?)

1) embers; glowing coal (noun) 2) lung (noun) 3) emphatic marker, throws more stress on the interrogation 4) although (BAGA + MAN) (conj)
bigti

[Active Verb:]
magbigti

[Passive Verb:]
bigtiin

[Examples:]
Huwag kang magbigti dahil lang sa ikaw ay bigo. (Don't hang yourself just because you are frustrated.)

(verb) to hang or strangle oneself
bulalakaw (noun) shooting star, meteor
bunggo

[Active Verb:]
bumunggo

[Passive Verb:]
bungguin

[Examples:]
1) Bumunggo ang ulo niya sa pader. (His head hit the wall.) 2) Mag-ingat ka sa pagmamaneho at baka ikaw ay mabunggo. (Be careful while driving, you might hit something.) 3) Ibunggo mo ang ulo niya sa pader. (Ram his head against the wall.) 4) Bungguin mo

1) impact (noun) 2) to hit, to bump with something -- BUMUNGGO (verb) 3) to hit or bump against accidentally -- MABUNGGO (verb) 4) to ram an object against something, to bump against something -- MAGBUNGGO, IBUNGGO (verb) 5) to hit or bump against -- MANG
dukot2

[Active Verb:]
mangdukot

[Passive Verb:]
dukutan

[Examples:]
1) Magaling mangdukot ang magnanakaw. (A thief is a good pickpocket.) 2) Nadukutan ang bag ni Ana kaninang umaga papuntang opisina. (Ana's purse was stolen from her bag on her way to the office this morning.)

(verb) to pickpocket, to steal
galaw1

[Active Verb:]
gumalaw

[Passive Verb:]
igalaw

[Examples:]
1) Huwag kang masyadong gumalaw at baka ikaw ay mahalatang may ninanakaw. (Don't you move too much or they will know that you are stealing something.) 2) Igalaw mo ang iyong kamay para makita nila. (Move your hands for them to see.)

(verb) to move
gamit

[Active Verb:]
gumamit

[Passive Verb:]
gamitin

[Examples:]
1) Gumamit ka ba ng sabon nang ikaw ay maligo? (Did you use a soap when you took a shower?) 2) Gamitin mo ang sepilyo sa paglinis ng ngipin mo. (Use the toothbrush in cleaning your teeth.)

1) personal things, anything usable (noun) 2) to use, to wear (verb)
hampas2

[Active Verb:]
manghampas

[Passive Verb:]
hampasin

[Examples:]
1) Huwag kang manghampas ng kapwa. (Don't you strike your neighbor.) 2) Gustong hampasin ng pulis ang magnanakaw. (The police wants to strike at the thief.)

(verb) to strike something or somebody, to scourge
hango2

[Active Verb:]
maghango

[Passive Verb:]
hanguin

[Examples:]
1) Maghango ka na ng kawali sa lutuan. (You remove the wok from the stove.) 2) Hanguin natin sa hirap ang kapatid mo. (Let us help your brother from his difficulties.)

(verb) to remove something being cooked from the fire; (verb) to adapt from literary material; (verb) to save someone from something
hikaw (noun) earrings

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