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Tagalog Translator *Online*

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Tagalog English
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)
amoy

[Active Verb:]
mangamoy

[Passive Verb:]
amuyin

[Examples:]
1) Amuyin mo nga ito. (Smell this.) 2) Mangamoy kaya ako pag kumain ako ng maraming bawang? (Will I become smelly if I eat lots of garlic?)

1) smell, odor; aroma, body odor; intensive smell; offensive smell (noun) 2) to smell something -- amuyin (verb) 3) to become smelly or odorous (verb)
Gusto kong kumáin.

[Expressions Category:]
Lean more about Food.

I want to eat.
higpit1

[Active Verb:]
humigpit

[Examples:]
Sa kanyang pakiramdam, humigpit ang kanyang sinturon pagkatapos siyang kumain ng mabigat na hapunan. (He felt that his belt tightened up after he had a heavy dinner.)

(adj) /ma--/ (mahigpit) tight, strict (verb) to become tight
himatay

[Passive Verb:]
himatayin

[Examples:]
Kumain kang mabuti at nang hindi ka himatayin sa iyong paglalaro. (You should eat well so that you will not pass out while you are in the middle of the game.)

(verb) to faint, to pass out, to become unconscious
hugas

[Active Verb:]
maghugas

[Passive Verb:]
hugasan

[Examples:]
1) Maghugas ka ng iyong kamay bago ka kumain. (You wash your hands before you eat.) 2) Hugasan mo ang mga plato. (Wash the dishes.)

(verb) to wash
husgado

[L2 Definition:]
(sun) hukuman

[Notes:]
Spanish

(noun) court of justice
kabig

[Active Verb:]
kumabig

[Passive Verb:]
kabigin

[Examples:]
1) Kumabig siya ng malaki. (He gathered in a big share.) 2) Kabigin mo ang pinanalunan mo. (Get your winnings.)

1) to draw or pull towards one's self (verb) 2) to collect one's winnings in gambling (verb)
kabit

[Active Verb:]
magkabit

[Passive Verb:]
ikabit

[Examples:]
1) Kumabit sa kanya ang linta. (The leech clung to him.) 2) Ikabit mo ang kandado sa pinto. (Put the padlock on the door.)

1) to fasten, attach, connect, to cling to -- KUMABIT (verb) 2) to fasten, to link, join, connect something to something -- MAGKABIT, IKABIT (verb)
kagat

[Active Verb:]
kumagat

[Passive Verb:]
kagatin

[Examples:]
Kumagat siya sa aking bayabas. (She took a bite off my guava.)

1) bite (noun) 2) to bite (verb)

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