jeep bridge flag women boat

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.

Expressions categories:

Conversation - Emergency - Food - General - Language - Money - Numbers - Relationships - Time - Travel
Download Tagalog Translator 3 for Windows

Search for

  

Searching for "laundry": 8 records

Tagalog English
almirol

[L2 Definition:]
(var) amirol

[Notes:]
Spanish word

(noun) laundry starch
batya (noun) laundry tub
bunton

[Active Verb:]
bumunton

[Passive Verb:]
ibunton

[Examples:]
1) Bumunton ang basura sa bangketa. (The garbage piled up on the streetwalk.) 2) Ibunton mo ang maruming damit sa batya. (Pile the dirty laundry on the wash basin.)

1) heap, pile (noun) 2) to pile up, to crowd in -- BUMUNTON (verb) 3) to put into a pile, to put in a heap or mound -- MAGBUNTON, IBUNTON (verb)
labandera

[L2 Definition:]
(var) labandero (laundryman)

(noun) laundrywoman
palaba

[Active Verb:]
magpalaba

[Examples:]
Magpalaba ka na ng damit mo sa ating labandera. (You should now have your clothes washed by our laundrywoman.)

(verb) to have clothes washed; to have someone wash one's clothes
palupalo

[L2 Definition:]
(var) PALO-PALO

(noun) wooden paddle for beating laundry
piga

[Active Verb:]
magpiga

[Passive Verb:]
pigain

[Examples:]
1) Magpiga ka ng basang labada. (You wring the wet laundry.) 2) Pigain mo ang basang labada. (Wring the wet laundry.)

(verb) to squeeze; to wring
pilipit2

[Active Verb:]
magpilipit

[Passive Verb:]
pilipitin

[Examples:]
1) Magpilipit ka ng basang labada. (You twist the wet laundry.) 2) Pilipitin mo ang basang kumot. (Twist the wet bedsheet.)

(verb) to coil; to twist (something)

Results Page:

During the last few hours, visitors of this website have searched for the following words and phrases:
bago (27), niya (77), suya (1), abig (10), abogado (1), akong (8), apit (24), ass so (2), ayan (52), ayw (5), bah (89), bony (1), bring (21), chin (71), conference (1), daha (10), defeaned (1), eric (7), etu (6), gugol (3), idad (7), imu (18), isawsaw (1), kah (68), kanya (64), kumare (3), kumupas (1), lands (1), lumusob (1), marunong (11), meaning (15), mesa (21), miss (22), mo nga (7), ng ito (1), ngumiti (1), one eye (1), pasal (2), phrase (6), puwersahin (1), richness (1), shelter (4), stroke of whip (1), sus (40), take car (6), tam (52), tangos (4), tutuwa (1), water chestnut (1), yom (2), and much more...


Related pages to visit:
Tagalog Translator for Windows

Partnership linking:
Manokan.net - Young Focus

PLEASE HELP
If you are using this website or the stand-alone program, then please donate. I will use your money for hosting this website, for more advanced search mechanisms, and for additional functionality.
Any amount will do! Click on the "donate" button and follow the instructions there (secured by PayPal).

mountains map children mall buildings

Philippines headlines:


This website has been developed by Stefan van Roosmalen, Almere, The Netherlands
Copyright (C) 2006-2009
This website was updated on: 12-09-2017