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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
alindog (noun) personal charm; gorgeousness
alipusta

[Active Verb:]
umalipusta

[Passive Verb:]
alipustahin

[Examples:]
1) Huwag kang mang-alipusta ng mahirap na tao. (Don't ridicule a poor man.) 2) Inalipusta niya ang mahirap na ale. (She ridiculed the poor woman.)

(verb) to maltreat, to ridicule, to deride, to insult
apaw

[Active Verb:]
umapaw

[Examples:]
Umapaw ang tubig sa kanal. (The water overflowed the canal.)

(verb) to overflow, to inundate
bagyo

[Active Verb:]
bumagyo

[Passive Verb:]
bagyuhin

[Examples:]
1) Baka ka bagyuhin sa probinsya. (You might get hit by a storm in the province.) 2) Bumagyo ng malakas kahapon. (The storm was raging yesterday.)

1) storm, typhoon (noun) 2) to be hit by a storm or typhoon (phenomenal verb) 3) to rain violently as in a storm or typhoon (phenomenal verb)
baha

[Active Verb:]
bumaha

[Passive Verb:]
bahain

[Examples:]
1) Binaha ang buong bayan. (The whole town was flooded.) 2) Bumaha dahil sa lakas ng ulan. (It flooded because of the strong rain.)

1) flood (noun) 2) to flood (phenomenal verb)
balimbing

[Active Verb:]
bumalimbing

(noun) starfruit; a small tree whose edible fleshy fruit has five longitudinal, angular lobes
balintawak 1) (noun) a Filipino woman's costume featuring butterfly sleeves 2) (proper noun) a historical place north of Manila where the Philippine Revolution against Spain was led by national hero Andres Bonifacio
bitay

[Active Verb:]
magbitay

[Passive Verb:]
bitayin

[Examples:]
1) Magbitay ka. (Hang yourself.) 2) Ibitay mo ang kriminal. ([You] hang the criminal.)

1) to hang one's self by the neck -- MAGBITAY (verb) 2) to hang by the neck -- BITAYIN, IBITAY (verb)
dagsa1

[Active Verb:]
dumagsa

[Examples:]
Dumagsa ang napakaraming tao sa kalye matapos manalo ang Chicago Bulls sa NBA finals. (A sudden flow of people in the street emerged after the Chicago Bulls won the NBA finals.)

(verb) to have a sudden, tumultuous and confusing flow of people
dapat

[Examples:]
1) Siya ang dapat manalo. (He deserves to win.) 2) Dapat gawin ito ngayon. (This ought to be done now.)

1) worthy, deserving, fit, apt, adequate, proper, necessary (adj) 2) must, ought to, should (post-verb)

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