jeep bridge flag women boat

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.

Expressions categories:

Conversation - Emergency - Food - General - Language - Money - Numbers - Relationships - Time - Travel
Download Tagalog Translator 3 for Windows

Search for

  

Searching for "pic": 37 records

Tagalog English
ang (marker) definite article similar to "the" that marks the topic of the sentence; focus marker, topic marker
anghang (adj) spicy (food); peppery hot
atsara (noun) pickles (papaya)
ay

[Examples:]
Umalis siya. -- Siya ay umalis. (He left.)

(part) connects the topic of the sentence and predicate when the sentence is given in reverse order; sentence inversion marker.
bangin (noun) ravine, abyss, precipice
bunot

[Active Verb:]
magbunot

[Passive Verb:]
bunutin

[Examples:]
1) Bumunot siya ng isang numero sa palabunutan. (He picked a number from the lottery.) 2) Huwag kang magbunot ng baril. (Don't pull out a gun.)

1) coconut husk (noun) 2) to pull out, to uproot, to extract -- BUMUNOT, BUNUTIN (verb) 3) to pull out something -- MAGBUNOT, BUNUTIN (verb)
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)
dampot1

[Active Verb:]
dumampot

[Passive Verb:]
damputin

[Examples:]
1) Dumampot ka na diyan ng pagkain sa mesa. (You pick up some food on the table.) 2) Damputin mo ang papel sa sahig. (Pick up the paper on the floor.)

(verb) to pick up with the hand from the floor or table
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
gupit3

[Active Verb:]
maggupit

[Passive Verb:]
gupitin

[Examples:]
1) Maggupit ka ng buhok sa parlor. (You cut some hair in the parlor.) 2) Gupitin natin ang litrato ni Erap sa diyaryo. (Let's cut Erap's picture from the newspaper.)

(verb) to cut with a pair of scissors or shears, to trim

Results Page:
2 3 4 Next 

During the last few hours, visitors of this website have searched for the following words and phrases:
ayaw niya (9), ilaha (1), ilista (1), kampihan (1), kayo (29), latter (6), len (52), maag (8), magtampisaw (1), may alam (1), mestiza (1), miling (3), minimum (1), mo kung ano ang (1), moni (19), moto (3), munti (1), musta ka (3), muwa (7), na dito (1), naaksidente (1), nakit (2), namite (2), nanganak (1), nap (31), napaka (3), native (26), nene (1), ng baka (3), ngailangan (1), ngalan (10), ngat (14), ngbola (1), nge (78), nghe (2), nidor (2), nume (4), nza (2), obat (1), oh (25), opium (1), orbi (4), organization (3), pabaon (1), padre (3), pala (53), pit (93), to make (25), unto (14), your brother (7), and much more...


Related pages to visit:
Tagalog Translator for Windows

Partnership linking:
Manokan.net - Young Focus

PLEASE HELP
If you are using this website or the stand-alone program, then please donate. I will use your money for hosting this website, for more advanced search mechanisms, and for additional functionality.
Any amount will do! Click on the "donate" button and follow the instructions there (secured by PayPal).

mountains map children mall buildings

Philippines headlines:


This website has been developed by Stefan van Roosmalen, Almere, The Netherlands
Copyright (C) 2006-2009
This website was updated on: 13-10-2017