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Tagalog Translator *Online*

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Tagalog English
bago

[Examples:]
1) May pagbabago ba sa itsura nila? (Was there a change in their looks?) 2) Mukhang bago ang kotse mo. (Your car looks new.) 3) Bago ka pumunta sa opisina, dumaan ka muna sa tindahan. (Before you go to the office, stop by the store.)

1) change -- PAGBABAGO (noun) 2) new, recent, modern (adj) 3) before, recently (adv/ conj)
bitbit

[Active Verb:]
magbitbit

[Passive Verb:]
bitbitin

[Examples:]
1) Magbitbit ka ng payong papuntang opisina. (Carry an umbrella to the office.) 2) Bitbitin mo nga ang mga gulay. (Carry the vegetables.)

(verb) to carry or hold by the hand
bitiw1

[Active Verb:]
magbitiw

[Examples:]
1) Bumitiw siya sa aking pagkakahawak. (He released himself from my grip.) 2) Nais ng presidente na magbitiw sa kanyang katungkulan. (The president wants to resign from office.)

1) to release one's hold or grip -- BUMITIW (verb) 2) to resign, to let go -- MAGBITIW (verb)
bitiw2

[Active Verb:]
bumitiw

[Passive Verb:]
bitiwan

[Examples:]
1) Bumitiw siya sa aking pagkakahawak. (He released himself from my grip.) 2) Nais ng presidente na magbitiw sa kanyang katungkulan. (The president wants to resign from office.)

1) to release one's hold or grip -- BUMITIW (verb) 2) to resign, to let go -- MAGBITIW (verb)
dukot2

[Active Verb:]
mangdukot

[Passive Verb:]
dukutan

[Examples:]
1) Magaling mangdukot ang magnanakaw. (A thief is a good pickpocket.) 2) Nadukutan ang bag ni Ana kaninang umaga papuntang opisina. (Ana's purse was stolen from her bag on her way to the office this morning.)

(verb) to pickpocket, to steal
halili2

[Active Verb:]
maghalili

[Passive Verb:]
halilinan

[Examples:]
1) Maghalili tayo sa pagpasok sa opisina. (Let's take turns in going to the office.) 2) Halilinan mo ako mamaya sa pagbantay sa may sakit. (Please take my place in watching over the sick.)

(verb) to change something, to take another's place
katungkulan

[L2 Definition:]
(rw) tungkol

(noun) occupation, office, official designation
kipkip

[Active Verb:]
magkipkip

[Passive Verb:]
kipkipin

[Examples:]
1) Magkipkip ka ng diyaryo papuntang opisina. (Carry a newspaper on the way to the office.) 2) Kipkipin mo ang diyaryo. (Carry the newspaper.)

(verb) to carry under the armpit; to carry with the arm pressed against the body
opisina (noun) office
paktoriya

[Notes:]
Spanish

(noun) baggage-master's office (railway); factory

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