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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
anak

[Active Verb:]
manganak

[Passive Verb:]
ipanganak

[Examples:]
1) Si Maria ay bumalik agad sa trabaho tatlong araw pagkatapos niyang manganak. (Maria returned to work three days after she gave birth.) 2) Ipinanganak na bulag ang bata. (The child was born blind.) 3) Anong araw mo gustong ipanganak ang bata? (What day

1) child, son/daughter, offspring (noun) 2) to be born (verb) 3) to give birth
balik1

[Active Verb:]
magbalik

[Passive Verb:]
balikan

[Examples:]
1) Bumalik si MacArthur sa Pilipinas. (MacArthur returned to the Philippines.) 2) Ibalik mo agad ang libro. (Return the book immediately.) 3) Mabalik kaya siya sa kanyang dating trabaho? (Will he be returned to his former job?)

1) to come back, to return -- BUMALIK (verb) 2) to return something, to restore -- IBALIK, MAGBALIK (verb) 3) to be returned to fomer status or to somebody -- MABALIK (verb)
balik2

[Active Verb:]
bumalik

[Passive Verb:]
ibalik

[Examples:]
1) Bumalik si MacArthur sa Pilipinas. (MacArthur returned to the Philippines.) 2) Ibalik mo agad ang libro. (Return the book immediately.) 3) Mabalik kaya siya sa kanyang dating trabaho? (Will he be returned to his former job?)

1) to come back, to return -- BUMALIK (verb) 2) to return something, to restore -- IBALIK, MAGBALIK (verb) 3) to be returned to fomer status or to somebody -- MABALIK (verb)
balikat

[Active Verb:]
bumalikat

[Passive Verb:]
balikatin

(noun) shoulder
balikwas1

[Active Verb:]
magbalikwas

[Passive Verb:]
balikwasin

[Examples:]
1) Bumalikwas ako sa kama nang narinig ko ang putok ng baril. (I jumped out of bed when I heard the gunshot.)

1) to turn suddenly to the opposite side; to rise suddenly from a lying position (verb) 2) to turn something suddenly to the opposite side (verb)
balikwas2

[Active Verb:]
bumalikwas

[Examples:]
1) Bumalikwas ako sa kama nang narinig ko ang putok ng baril. (I jumped out of bed when I heard the gunshot.)

1) to turn suddenly to the opposite side; to rise suddenly from a lying position (verb) 2) to turn something suddenly to the opposite side (verb)
basag1

[Active Verb:]
magbasag

[Passive Verb:]
basagan

[Examples:]
1) Basag ang salamin. (The mirror is broken.) 2) Huwag kang malikot at baka ka makabasag ng pinggan. (Don't be rough or you might break some china.) 3) Baka basagin ng bata ang plorera. (The child might break the flower vase.)

1) broken (adj) 2) to break china, glassware or earthenware accidentally; to be able to break (verb) 3) to break glassware, china, earthenware; to crack; to break repeatedly (verb)
basag2

[Active Verb:]
bumasag

[Passive Verb:]
basagin

[Examples:]
1) Basag ang salamin. (The mirror is broken.) 2) Huwag kang malikot at baka ka makabasag ng pinggan. (Don't be rough or you might break some china.) 3) Baka basagin ng bata ang plorera. (The child might break the flower vase.)

1) broken (adj) 2) to break china, glassware or earthenware accidentally; to be able to break (verb) 3) to break glassware, china, earthenware; to crack; to break repeatedly (verb)
basag3

[Passive Verb:]
mabasag

[Examples:]
1) Basag ang salamin. (The mirror is broken.) 2) Huwag kang malikot at baka ka makabasag ng pinggan. (Don't be rough or you might break some china.) 3) Baka basagin ng bata ang plorera. (The child might break the flower vase.)

1) broken (adj) 2) to break china, glassware or earthenware accidentally; to be able to break (verb) 3) to break glassware, china, earthenware; to crack; to break repeatedly (verb)
halik2

[Active Verb:]
humalik

[Examples:]
Humalik ang bata sa ina. (The child kissed the mother.)

(verb) to kiss

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