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Tagalog Translator *Online*

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Tagalog English
kapwa

[Examples:]
1) Kapwa sila magnanakaw. (They are fellow thieves.) 2) Kapwa sila malakas. (they are equally strong.)

(pron) kindred, both; fellow-being, equally (applied to one of a pair)
kata (pron) the two of us
kuha

[Active Verb:]
kumuha

[Passive Verb:]
kuhain

[Examples:]
1) Kumuha ka ng saging sa basket. (Get yourself some bananas from the basket.) 2) Kuhain mo ang saging mula sa basket. (Get the bananas from the basket.)

(verb) to get, to obtain
labas1

[Active Verb:]
lumabas

[Examples:]
(verb1) Lumabas ka muna ng bahay. (You get out of the house first.)( (verb2) Lumabas ba siya sa pelikula? (Did he act in the movie?)

(noun) outside, exterior, out-of-doors (verb1) to go out, to exit, to come out (verb2) to act in a show
ligta

[Active Verb:]
makaligta

(verb) to omit or neglect inadvertently
lunod1

[Passive Verb:]
lunurin

[Examples:]
1) Lunurin mo ng alak ang iyong kabiguan. (Drown your heartaches with wine.)

(verb) to overcome; to drown
lusot1

[Active Verb:]
lumusot

[Examples:]
Lumusot sa likod ng kotse ang kanyang katawan nang bumangga ang kanyang kotse sa pader. (His body went through the back window after his car hit the wall.)

(verb) to pass through; to penetrate; to overtake
masdan (verb) (rw. MASID) to observe or look at searchingly
masid

[Active Verb:]
magmasid

[Passive Verb:]
masdan

(verb) to observe closely; to look at searchingly
negrito

[L2 Definition:]
(syn) ITA, AYTA, AGTA, BALUGA

[Notes:]
Spanish

(noun) dwarf negro of the Philippine mountains

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