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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
akyat1

[Active Verb:]
mag-akyat

[Passive Verb:]
iakyat

[Examples:]
1) Mag-akyat ka rito ng isang baldeng tubig. (Bring a pail of water up here.) 2) Umakyat ka sa punong mangga. (Go up the mango tree.) 3) Inakyat ni Pepito ang punong mangga. (Pepito went up the mango tree.)

1) to carry something up a height 2) to climb up, to go up something
akyat2

[Active Verb:]
umakyat

[Passive Verb:]
akyatin

[Examples:]
1) Mag-akyat ka rito ng isang baldeng tubig. (Bring a pail of water up here.) 2) Umakyat ka sa punong mangga. (Go up the mango tree.) 3) Inakyat ni Pepito ang punong mangga. (Pepito went up the mango tree.)

1) to carry something up a height 2) to climb up, to go up something
alsa

[Active Verb:]
mag-alsa

[Passive Verb:]
ialsa

[Examples:]
1) Umalsa ang puto. (The rice cake rose.) 2) Nais mag-alsa ang mga manggagawa. (The laborers wanted to stage a strike.) 3) Alsahin mo ito. (Lift this up.)

[Notes:]
Spanish word

1) a rising, as of dough (noun) 2) to rise (umalsa) 3) to rebel, to revolt, to rise up against, to stage a strike (mag-alsa) 4) to lift something (alsahin)
bangga1

[Active Verb:]
mabangga

[Passive Verb:]
ibangga

[Examples:]
1) Bumangga ang kotse sa pader. (The car ran into a stone wall.) 2) Baka mabangga ang kotse sa pader. (The car might run against the stone wall.) 3) Huwag mong ibangga ang kotse sa pader. (Don't run the car against the stone wall.) 4) Huwag kang mangbangg

1) to hit something, to collide with something -- BUMANGGA (verb) 2) to hit, to collide against accidentally, to bump into -- MABANGGA (verb) 3) to ram an object against something, to collide against something -- MAGBANGGA, IBANGGA, BANGGAIN (verb) 4) to
bangga2

[Active Verb:]
bumangga

[Passive Verb:]
banggain

[Examples:]
1) Bumangga ang kotse sa pader. (The car ran into a stone wall.) 2) Baka mabangga ang kotse sa pader. (The car might run against the stone wall.) 3) Huwag mong ibangga ang kotse sa pader. (Don't run the car against the stone wall.) 4) Huwag kang mangbangg

1) to hit something, to collide with something -- BUMANGGA (verb) 2) to hit, to collide against accidentally, to bump into -- MABANGGA (verb) 3) to ram an object against something, to collide against something -- MAGBANGGA, IBANGGA, BANGGAIN (verb) 4) to
buro

[Active Verb:]
magburo

[Passive Verb:]
buruhin

[L2 Definition:]
(eg.) burung mangga

1) pickles (noun) -- usually green mangoes 2) preserved in salt; pickled or salted (adj) 3) to pickle, to salt (verb)
doktor

[L2 Definition:]
(syn) manggagamot

(noun) doctor, physician
gahasa

[Active Verb:]
manggahasa

[Passive Verb:]
gahasain

[Examples:]
1) Walang matinong lalaki ang gustong manggahasa ng babae. (No sane man would want to rape a woman.) 2) Hindi raw nagplano ang mga sanggano na gahasain si Paquita. (It was alleged that the gangsters did not plan on raping Paquita.)

(verb) to rape
galaw2

[Active Verb:]
manggalaw

[Passive Verb:]
galawin

[Examples:]
1) Ayaw kong manggalaw ng gamit iba. (I don't want to touch other people's belongings.) 2) Huwag mong galawin ang gamit sa ibabaw ng mesa. (Don't touch those things on the table.)

(verb) to touch, to move something
galing2

[Active Verb:]
manggaling

[Examples:]
Saan mo gustong manggaling ako? (Where do you want me to come from?)

(verb) to come from

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