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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
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
hagilap3

[Active Verb:]
manghagilap

[Passive Verb:]
hagilapin

[Examples:]
Manghagilap ka ng trabahador. (You look for some laborers.) Hagilapin mo si Nena para tumulong sa kusina. (Look for Nena to help in the kitchen.)

(verb) to look for someone
hantong

[Active Verb:]
humantong

[Examples:]
Tigilan na ninyo ang pag-aaway at baka humantong pa iyan sa patayan. (You stop the fight or it might lead to violent death.)

(verb) to end up into something; to stop, to terminate
hirin (noun) choking (by a lump in the throat)
inat

[Active Verb:]
mag-inat

[Examples:]
Mag-inat ka pagkagising mo sa umaga. (You stretch yourself when you wake up in the morning.)

(verb) to stretch (oneself)
lilis

[Active Verb:]
maglilis

[Passive Verb:]
ililis

[Examples:]
1) Maglilis ka ng iyong pantalon bago ka lumusong sa tubig. (You should roll up your pants before you dip into the water.) 2) Ililis mo ang iyong manggas bago ka maghugas ng kamay mo. (Roll up your sleeves before you wash your hands.)

(verb) to pull up the skirt or trousers; to roll up the sleeves
samba

[Active Verb:]
sumamba

[Passive Verb:]
sambahin

[Examples:]
1) Sumamba ka sa aming simbahan sa Linggo. (You worship in our church this Sunday.) 2) Huwag mong sambahin ang tao. (Don't worship human beings.)

(verb) to adore; to worship
silip2

[Active Verb:]
manilip

[Passive Verb:]
silipin

[Examples:]
1) Mahilig manilip si Monica sa kuwarto ni Kenneth. (Monica is fond of peeping through Kenneth's room.) 2) Gustong silipin ni Kenneth ang silid ni Bill. (Kenneth wants to peep inside Bill's room.)

(verb) to peep
sugat3

[Active Verb:]
magsugat

[Examples:]
Malapit na yatang magsugat ang kagat ng lamok. (It seems that the mosquito bite is developing into a wound.)

(verb) to develop into a wound

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